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Annual 

FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD 

19 2 2 



This volume contains general information concerning the 
American Christian Convention, the regional conven- 
tions, state organizations, local conferences, interesting 
and valuable statistics, attractive illustrations, and read- 
ing matter worthy of one's time and attention. 



EDITED AND COMPILED BY 

J. F. BURNETT, Secretary 
American Christian Convention 



The Christian Publishing Association 

Netum Rathbun, Manager 
DAYTON, OHIO 



The Spiritual Aspect of Records and Statistics 



BY THE EDITOR 



Words are suggestive and significant things, and they are 
eternal. "Boys flying kites, can haul in their white-winged birds, 
but you can't do that when flying words." We shall understand 
this subject only when we understand the words composing it. 
Let us take them up one at a time. 

Our first word is SPIRITUAL. What is spirituality? Is it 
noise? Is it a sort of mental and soul exhilaration that 
subordinates reason and order, to confusion and disorder? Is it 
something that produces trances, hallucinations, and incoherent 
sounds? The Bible speaks of spiritual mindedness; of spiritual 
wickedness ; of spiritual gifts ; of spiritual laws ; of spiritual meat ; 
of spiritual drink; of a spiritual rock; of a spiritual body; of a 
spiritual house ; of spiritual blessings ; of a spiritual sacrifice ; and 
of other spiritual things, almost ad i7ifinitwn, to which we add the 
Spiritual Aspect of Records and Statistics. 

To the business man records and statistics have a commercial 
aspect, for they indicate to him the value of his investments, and 
the increase of his possessions — and more, they form the basis on 
which to calculate future investments and sales. Without records 
and statistics the business man would be as helpless as a ship in 
a storm, without rudder, compass, and steering wheel. 

To the professional man, records and statistics have a pro- 
fessional aspect. They indicate to the professional man the lines 
of activity he has followed, and the alternating success and failure 
oT each of them ; and also they suggest to him the ones he is best 
adapted to follow. It is the habit of some doctors to keep a record 
of the remedies prescribed for certain diseases, when given to 
certain patients, and a record of the result at various stages of the 
disease. This forms a basis for intelligent diagnosis, and success- 
ful prognosis, in cases of the same kind, in similar patients. 

Now I submit that if records and statistics are of such value to 
men in business and professional life, certainly they have a value 
to those who serve in the Kingdom of God, and have to do with 
things eternal. How to introduce the spiritual element into in- 
struction of a formal and external kind was difficult, even for in- 
spiration, but turning to the story of Israel, in the infancy of his 
life as a nation we find that it was done. Great prizes were offered 
to Israel, if only he would leave Egypt; the promise of a land 
flowing with milk and honey, abundant harvests, and springs of 
water that never failed, and a beauty of landscape that would en- 



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trance all eyes, and a triumph over all enemies that would be the 
wonder of all generations. But keep in mind that such enticement 
could never be enough ; promises cannot end in themselves ; when 
they have been uttered they quiver with an unexpressed meaning. 
In the beginning of Israel's history as a nation, God wanted to 
bring that meaning to the attention of the nation, so as to secure 
confidence in Him, and His plans. To do this He set aside a tribe 
that was to have no land. That was the subtle revelation of the 
spiritual aspect of all the land, of all the honey, of all the milk, of 
all the beauty, of all the triumph, of all the wealth, and of all the 
superiority that was vouchsafed to Israel in the promise of material 
things. Yes, we may very safely conclude that records and sta- 
tistics have a spiritual aspect. The records and statistics are not 
of themselves spiritual, but are the aspects of spiritual things. 

Our next word is ASPECT. This word has several meanings, 
and from them we have selected the following: "A selected or cir- 
cumscribed view of a subject, or so regarded for a purpose, as for 
example, all good qualities to which we give names, as justice, 
temperance, courage, etc., are not so much parts of goodness, as 
aspects of it." "Generosity and self-command are striking aspects 
of benevolence." Applying this definition to records and statistics 
we may say they are not efficiency ; not carefulness ; not accuracy ; 
not painstaking; not devoted endeavor, but striking aspects of 
them. The record of goodness is not goodness, but an aspect of 
goodness. The statistics given of an organization is not that 
organization, but is an aspect of it. 

Our third word is RECORDS. From the beginning of time 
records have been written. Before there was parchment, scroll, 
or stylus, God wrote the story of His glory in the heavens. All we 
know of God, of creation, of the fall of man, of the coming of Jesus 
Christ, of the plan of human redemption, of the discovery of 
America, of the development of nations, of our own families, we 
know because somebody was thoughtful enough to make records, 
and God was good enough, and wise enough, and powerful enough 
to preserve them. There is one chapter in the New Testament 
that preachers seldom read, but really should commit to memory. 
It is the first chapter written by Matthew. More than once have 
we wondered why such names were in "The Book." Such lists 
are not found in any other book than "The Book." Jesus Christ 
came through all sorts of people — the king, the warrior, the priest, 
the farmer, the shepherd, the tradesman, the artisan, the smith, the 
carpenter, the peasant, the millionaire — indeed the blood of the 
race was in his veins, and so important was the fact, that God 
caused it to be written down, and had He not done so, we would 
never have known of it. The Bible is full of examples and emphasis 
of the importance of records. "Unto the angel of the church in 
Ephesus write ; unto the angel of the church in Smyrna write ; unto 
the angel of the church in Pergamos write; unto the angel of the 
church in Thyatira write; unto the angel of the church in Sardis 



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write; unto the angel of the church in Philadelphia write." And 
he said unto me write, and I am really sorry that some of our 
church clerks, and conference secretaries, have not been banished 
to the Isle of Patmos, at least long enough to have heard the Master 
say unto them write; write your records, and write them correctly, 
too, and then send them promptly to the proper officer for further 
use. Had some of our preachers and contributors to The Herald of 
Gospel Liberty, been banished to the Isle of Patmos long enough 
to learn to write, we should have had better sermons from our 
preachers, and richer articles in our good old Herald of Gospel 
Liberty. In our Sunday-school lesson, only a few Sundays ago, 
we had the record of four girls in one home, not married. Think 
ye that such records would be found in the Divine Book were there 
not spiritual aspects, even to records of unmarried girls in a Jew- 
ish home? In the twenty-fourth chapter of Luke, we have the 
record of one of the great events of the first days of Christ, after 
His resurrection, where the historian tells us that two disciples were 
going to Emmaus. Specific record of the time of day, the number 
of disciples, the name of the place, and the things that occurred on 
the way, and after they had reached the village, and what occurred 
afterward. All that painstaking was not for record merely ; there 
is a spiritual aspect to it all. 

Luke records a feast that Jesus spread for the multitude, in 
which is named the number present, the amount of provision with 
which He began the spread, the order in which the people were 
seated, how they were served, and how many baskets full were 
taken up after the crowd had eaten. He then tells us of Jesus 
crossing the sea, and of the storm, and mentions the number of 
furlongs the ship was from shore when the disciples caught sight 
of Him walking on the water. Very minute indeed is this, and 
many other records of the gospels. When Jesus tells the story of 
the good shepherd. He tells how many sheep he had in the fold, 
how many were out on the mountain, and how long the shepherd 
spent in searching for it. When he tells the story of the prodigal 
son, he tells how many boys there were in the family. When he 
tells the story of the rich man and Lazarus, he opens the secrets 
of the family history, and tells us that there were six sons in the 
family ; at least one had grown rich ; one was dead, and was mighty 
thirsty, and that he still had his old-time habit of ordering some 
one to bring him a drink. Yes, the story-tellers, and the story- 
writers of the New Testament believed in keeping records, not 
merely for the sake of keeping them, but because they had a 
spiritual aspect. When Jesus scourged the money-changers out of 
the temple with a whip, it is recorded how the whip was made. In 
the book of Revelation we are told of a winepress trodden without 
the city, from which flowed blood as high as the horses' bridles, and 
as far as a thousand and six hundred furlongs. But so important 
has God considered records, that he tells us that the city lieth four- 
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thereof are equal, and in the same Book we are told of the 
walls being measured, and the kind of material of which they were 
built. All these things testify to the spiritual aspects of records, 
and are set down here with the hope that those who read this 
article, or may chance to hear of it, may never again slight even 
the most insignificant record. 

The Bible is not alone in its testimony to the value of records, 
but is joined by the evidence of men and the testimony of nature. 
So far as known, no tribe of savages, no matter how crude in habit, 
or low in mental power, has ever yet been found that did not in 
some way keep records; records of travel, of wars, of battles, of 
victories. And to the Bible, and the testimony of men, comes the 
facts of nature. In the sandstone can be found a record of the 
course of the wind, and the drift of the rain for all the centuries 
that these forces have played upon it. Scratch the green rind of a 
sapling, or wantonly twist it in the soil, and the mighty oak will 
tell of the deed in centuries to come. Cut a gash in a man's head, 
it may heal over, but the record of the deed remains until decompo- 
sition shall entirely destroy the body. And we should keep in mind 
that the record of sin in the soul is as eternal as God himself. Smite 
a soul, and the scar remains forever; no coffin, nor grave, can con- 
ceal it; no revolution, no not even the upturning of the physical 
universe, can obliterate it; no fire, not even the eternal furnaces 
of hell can burn it out ; and when the Book shall be opened, and all 
men called to give an account for the deeds done in the body, then, 
if not before, shall the value, the significance, and the spiritual 
aspect of records be known and appreciated. 

Our last word is STATISTICS. Perhaps this is the really 
emphatic word of the subject. Just plain, dry statistics. The word 
becomes very attractive and intensely interesting, when we recall 
that in our encyclopedias, statistics is classed as a science, and that 
as early as 1853 a great international statistical congress was held 
in Brussels and that since that time international statistical con- 
gresses have met in nearly all the great cities of the old world. It 
would be difficult, if not impossible, to give even a creditable 
enumeration of the multifarious topics which may be the subject of 
statistical inquiries. One encyclopedia which I consulted classified 
as follows: 

1. Problems regarding the nature of wealth, and its produc- 
tion and growth in a community. 

2. Problems relating to inland and foreign trade. 

3. Problems relating to taxation and finance. 

4. Problems regarding currency, banks, and prices. 

5. Problems relating to the wages and hire of labor and the 
division of employment. 

6. Problems relating to the function of the state as regards 
interference with economic relations of its subjects. 



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The word has a variety of meanings, among which is this one : 

"Numerical facts collectively, pertaining to a body 
of things, especially when systematically gathered by 
direct enumeration and collated ; especially facts relating 
to a nation, state, or social organization." 

God has always been interested in statistics. It is 
intensely interesting, and altogether absorbing, to study the many 
times that God had His people counted. He ordered that they 
should be divided into tribes, and appointed seventy elders, the 
character of whom was not more important, nor significant, than 
the number of them. He caused Moses, and David, and others in 
authority, to again and again number the people. He numbered 
the days, and the Sabbaths, and the new moons, and to clap the 
climax, the divine statistician tells us that even the very hairs of 
our heads are numbered. I know quite well that this statement 
teaches the love and care of our dear Heavenly Father, but it 
teaches His interest in statistics as well, for the word "numbered," 
is the word that means to number as though one should count them 
one at a time, until the whole be counted. In our study of the 
Scripture, we often overlook some very important things, as, for 
instance, the story of the ten lepers that were healed, only one of 
whom returned to give thanks. We can easily see the ingratitude 
of the nine who received health and happiness without being thank- 
ful, but do we see the statistician when he counts the number he 
healed, and asks about the ones who had not returned to give 
thanks? Jesus had to do with numbers. Numbers enter into the 
first great revival meeting of the Christian Era. Three thousand 
in a day, and from that time on through all of Paul's missionary 
travels, numbers enter prominently into the history of his work. 
I shall mention one event in the life of Paul, which I think quite 
sufficient in itself to enforce the fact of the spiritual aspect of 
records and statistics. In the nineteenth chapter of the Acts is 
recorded the story of Paul's work in Corinth. Paul found in 
Corinth some men who had accepted the teaching of Apollos, who 
had taught them as well as he knew. Paul asked them if they had 
received the Holy Ghost since they believed. When they told him 
that they had not known there was a Holy Ghost, he laid his hands 
upon them and they did receive the Holy Ghost. To me the sig- 
nificant thing about the record is that the number of men is given, 
"All the men were about twelve." That sounds very like some 
of the reports I receive; about a hundred and thirty; about every 
Sunday; about three hundred dollars. But no matter, Luke did 
not overlook the number. He had respect unto the statistics. And 
now comes the spiritual aspect of the story; "about twelve men" 
and yet there was not a whining note; not a complaining word; 
not a suggestion of it being a small church. Here records and 
statistics teach us that there is no such thing as a poor church ; no 
such thing as a weak church; no such thing as a down and out 
church. There may be a lot of poor folks in the church, and they 



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may be weak in mind and in body, but if they constitute a church, 
the body of Jesus Christ on the earth, they are omnipotent. The 
spirit-filled church eliminates all adjectives, and other qualifying 
words, and the number of members should be recorded, if no more 
than twelve, and the amount they give should be accurately set 
down in the records of the church, and the whole promptly and 
accurately reported to the proper conference officer, and by him to 
any other ones entitled to receive them, for they are spiritual as- 
pects of the church. They are not the church, but aspects of the 
church. 

And now suffer me a few words more, that I may bring to 
your attention the very great importance of records and statistics 
in connection with our own specific work. Many have been the 
times when we have hung our heads in shame at the meager and 
incomplete reports coming from our churches and conferences. By 
the printed reports of our work we are known to other bodies of 
Christians, and by them we are judged as to liberality, devotion, 
service, and consecration. Indeed we are known and read by all 
men, and those who read our incomplete reports have an unfair 
representation of the devotion and sacrifice of the faithful few who 
sacrifice and serve. As a mere matter of fair dealing, all our cleri- 
cal force should see to it that the reports are clear, full, and ac- 
curate, and that every blank sent out by The American Christian 
Convention, either from the Secretary's office, or from its depart- 
ments, is fully and accurately filled out, and promptly returned, 
and the same is true of the local conference blanks, when mailed 
to the individual churches. The Federal Council of the Churches 
of Christ in America is seeking to compile each year complete 
statistics of all the churches ; the government collects and publishes 
statistics, and they, and others, are dependent upon the officers of 
The American Christian Convention for their information con- 
cerning the work of the Christians. The officers of the Convention 
are entirely dependent upon the Conference Secretaries for their 
information, and the Conference Secretaries must depend upon the 
church clerks for their information, and unless the reports are full 
and complete when mailed by the church clerk, they are likely to 
remain incomplete and appear so in the printed form, and it is 
then we blush and hang our heads in shame, not so much because 
our churches had not done, but because no record had been kept 
of what they had done. As Secretary of The American Christian 
Convention, I have many times written Conference Secretaries, 
asking for fuller reports, only to be informed that the report sent 
me was as full and as accurate as could be made from the reports 
made to conference. I have then written to the poorly-reported 
churches, asking for better reports, and after waiting, and some- 
times waiting long, would write the second time, and then wait 
a while, and agam write, and oftentimes get no better word than 
"I don't know." I have never yet received such a letter that I did 
not recall a lecture by Dr. Martyn Summerbell, to which I listened 



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in an early period of my ministry. In the lecture he described a 
very wicked act, with a very disastrous result, the actor giving as 
an excuse for his deed, "That he did not think." After an impres- 
sive pause, the Doctor said, "No, you did not think, but you should 
have thought." I always repeat the Doctor's words, substituting 
know for thought. A church clerk may not know, but a church 
clerk should know. It is for this they are chosen. The office of 
clerk in a local church, triat of secretary of the local Sunday-school, 
Christian Endeavor Society, and secretary of a conference is one 
of the important places one is called to fill. These organizations 
will not suffer nearly so much from poor pastors, incapable presi- 
dents, and careless superintendents, as from inefficient or indiffer- 
ent secretaries. It is a place of honor, responsibility, and service, 
and he who is not wilPing to meet the responsibility and render the 
service, should not accept the honor, but once the honor is accepted, 
the responsibility is acknowledged, and the service should be ren- 
dered up to the full measure of requirement. The responsibility is 
inherent in the office, and to accept the office is to promise to render 
the service, and a promise made, and not kept, is a falsehood pure 
and simple. Churches, Sunday-schools, Christian Endeavor, and 
Missionary societies, and conferences should select only such per- 
sons for the office of Secretary as will carefully, accurately, and 
completely keep the records and make reports to those justly en- 
titled to receive them. Our work is far too important for us to 
have inefficient persons in office. The time has past, if indeed it 
ever was, when persons should be elected to office in the church, 
or any of its organizations, as a mere compliment. Only such ones 
as have the work on their hearts, and a preparation for doing it, 
should be entrusted with the affairs of the Kingdom. Records and 
statistics have a spiritual aspect, and must be correctly kept, and 
fully reported. Unless records are accurate, they are of no value; 
indeed they are false and misleading. As an illustration of this, 
let me say that the Christian Endeavor societies of a certain con- 
ference, in reporting for The Christian Annual for this year, re- 
ported, in answer to — Contributed to the Christian Endeavor De- 
partment — all that had been raised and spent for all purposes. One 
society named as much as $250.00, when it had not made an offer- 
ing to the department at all. We have had, through all the years of 
our life, excellent, faithful servants of our churches, and confer- 
ences, who did their best, and many are doing their best today, and 
in many cases without any compensation and only meager appre- 
ciation. They are to be commended, but the best of the days that 
were will not suffice for the days that are, nor will the best of the 
days that are, suffice for the days that are to come. We have better 
Secretaries now than ever in our history, but there will be better 
ones in the future, who, when they have finished their work, will 
give place to still better ones. In this time of increased activities 
and multiplied methods; this time of denominational co-operation, 
the duties of all our officers are greatly increased, but for that we 



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should thank God and take courage. In our reports nothing short 
of accuracy and completeness will meet the demand of our day. We 
dare not be satisfied short of the fullest report of all the year's 
work. Unfilled spaces, "Don't know," "No report," "About so 
much," reveal inefficiency, if not indifference. Paul was content 
with such things as he had, but he was never satisfied. He always 
desired the more excellent way. Contentment means to contain, to 
hold one's self together ; it lies within one's self. Satisfaction is de- 
rived from external things. With the many meager, incomplete, 
and inaccurate reports I have held myself together. I have kept a 
grip on myself, and sweet toward others, but with them I have 
never been satisfied. I have not complained, but I have sought 
with an honest heart and longing desire to make all our church 
and conference officers realize the value of records and accuracy in 
reports. One only needs to glance at The Christian Annual to be 
convinced of the importance of complete reports and to find a 
reason for this appeal. To secure such reports printed in this edi- 
tion, more than a hundred typewritten letters were mailed, in ad- 
dition to the printed matter sent out, and the appeals made through 
The Herald of Gospel Liberty. When we lay our Christian Annual 
alongside the "Year Book" of some other denominations and see 
the differences between complete and incomplete reports, we turn 
to our Church Clerks, our Conference Secretaries, and all others 
whose duty if is to report, with an appeal for better service. 



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The Christian Church began holding "General Meetings" as early as 1808. 
The first was held at Portsmouth, N. H., and was known as "The General 
Conference." 

The second meeting was held at Windham, Conn., 1815, and was called the 
"General Conference or Convention." The name General Conference obtained 
in 1819, but in 1820 the name was "The General Annual Confei'ence of the 
United States." This name did not long endure, for in 1821 it was the "General 
Annual Christian Conference." This name held until 1823, when the name was 
"The United States General Conference." This name was good enough until 
1827, when it was changed to "The General Christian Conference," and ten 
years later, "The United States Christian Conference, or General Christian 
Conference" and, in 1831, it was again "The General Christian Conference," 
which name it also had in 1832'. In 1833, "The General Convention" was called 
to meet, and in 1838, "The Christian Convention" met. In 1850, "The General 
Christian Convention" met as it did until 1862, when "The United States 
Quadrennial Christian Convention" held a session. "The United States Quadren- 
nial Christian Convention" met in Marshall, Michigan, in 1866, at which time 
and place "The American Christian Convention" became the name, which name 
has continued until now. What the next name will be is not now known, but 



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a new name is in prospect. The following resolution was adopted by the 
several boards of the church, in Joint session, October, 1921: 

"Resolved, That these Joint Boards ask the Commission on 
Organization to consider favorably, and report at the next general 
Convention, such steps as may be necessary to change our official 
designation s» as to make it the Christian Church." 



OFFICERS 

President, Rev. F. G. Coffin, D. D.. Al- 
bany, Mo. 

Vice-President, Rev. D. B. Atkinson, 
D. D., Albany, Mo. 

Secretary, Rev. J. F. Burnett, D. D., 
Dayton, Ohio. 

Secretary for tlie Department of Pnb- 
lisliing, Hon. O. W. Whitelock, Hunt- 
ington, Indiana.. 

Secretary for the Department of Edu- 
cation, Rev. W. G. Sarg-ent, D. D., 
Providence, R. I. 

Secretary for tlie Department of Sun- 
day-sclioiols, Mr. Hermon Eldredge, 
Erie, Pa. 

Secretary for tlie Department of Home 
Missions, Rev. Omer S. Thomas, D. D., 
Dayton, Ohio. 

Secretary for the Department of For- 
eign Missions, Rev. W. P. Minton, 
Dayton, Ohio. 

Secretary for the Department of Chris- 
tian Endeavor, Rev. A. B. Kendall, D. 
D., Spring-fleld, Ohio. 

Secretary for the Department of Fi- 
nance, John G. Myers, Pleasant Hill, 
Ohio. 

HOME MISSION BOARD 

Rev. Omer S. Thomas, D. D., Dayton, O. 
Rev. Carlyle Summerbell, D. D., Con- 

neaut, Ohio. 
Mr. M. S. Campbell, Collison, 111. 
Rev. C. B. Kershner, Mooreland, Ind. 
Rev. J. O. Lankford, Burlington, N. C. 
Mrs. Athella M. Howsare, Dayton, Ohio. 

FOREIGN MISSION BOARD 

Rev. W. P. Minton, Dayton, Ohio. 

Rev. Warren H. Denison, D. D., Dayton, 

Ohio. 
Rev. W. P. Fletcher, Toronto, Ont. 
Rev. L. E. Smith, Norfolk, Virginia. 
Mr. J. O. Winters, Greenville, Ohio. 
Mrs. Alice V. Morrill, Defiance, Ohio. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION 

Rev. W. G. Sargent, D. D., Providence, 

R. I. 
Rev. R. C. Helfenstein, D. D., Dover, 

Del. 



Rev. W. T. Walters, D. D., Richmond, 

Virginia. 
Rev. C. E. Huff, Oronoque, Kansas. 
Rev. H. A. Smith, D. D., Versailles, Ohio. 

BOARD OF CONTROL. FOR FRANK- 
lilNTON CHRISTIAN COLLEGE 

Rev. Omer S. Thomas, D. D., Dayton, O. 
Rev. W. G. Sargent, D. D., Providence, 

R. I. 
Mrs. Alice M. Burnett, Dayton, Ohio. 
Rev. S. A. Howell, D. D., Newport News, 

Virginia. 
Rev. J. O. Atkinson, D. D., Elon College. 

N. C. 

SUNDAY-SCHOOL BOARD 

Mr. Hermon Eldredge, Erie, Pa. 
Mrs. F. E. Bullock, Dayton, Ohio. 
Rev. H. G. Rowe, Warren, Ind. 
Mr. F. R. Beach, Irvington, N. J. 
Rev. H. H. Short, Bluffton, Indiana. 
Rev. S. Q. Helfenstein, D. D., Dayton, 
Ohio. 

CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR BOARD 

Rev. A. B. Kendall, D. D., Springfield, 
Ohio. 

Rev. J. F. Morgan, Norfolk, Va. 

Rev. R. G. English, Albany, N. Y. 

Rev. F. E. Rockwell, Albany, Mo. 

Rev. A. E. Kemp, D. D., Troy, Ohio. 

BOARD OF CONTROL, AGED MINIS- 
TERS' HOME 

Mr. W. R. Sailer, Milford, N. J. 
Rev. J. B. Gove, Sprakers, N. T. 
Rev. J. B. Epright, Milford, N. J. 
Mr. Ira D. Mellott, Warfordsburg, Pa. 
Mr. Harry Brate, Lakemont, N. T. 

WOMAN'S BOARD FOR HOME 
MISSIONS 

Honorary President, Rev. Emily K. 

Bishop, 1231 W. Fifth St., Dayton, 

Ohio. 
President, Mrs. Athella Howsare, 1535 

North Euclid Ave., Dayton, Ohio. 
Vice-President, Mrs. O. W. Whitelock, 

Huntington, Ind. 
Recording Secretary, Miss Beryl Mc- 

Reynolds, Sharpsville, Ind. 
Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. Alice M. 

Burnett, 310 S. Broadway, Dayton, 

Ohio. 



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Treasurer, Mrs. Abbie B. Denison, 760 
Ferguson Ave., Dayton, Ohio. 

Supt. Mission Interests Among Immi- 
grants, Mrs. May C. Caswell, 496 Hall 
St., Manchester, N. H. 

WOMAN'S BOARD FOB FOREIGN 
MISSIONS 

Honorary President, Rev. Ellen G. Gus- 

tin, Attleboro, Mass. 
President, Mrs. Alice V. Morrill, 20 

College Place, Defiance, Ohio. 
Vice-President, Mrs. C. H. Rowland, 

Franklin, Va^ 
Recording Secretary, Mrs. W. P. INIin- 

ton, 318 Edgar Ave., Dayton, Ohio. 
Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. Lulu C. 

Helfenstein, C. P. A. Bldg., Dayton, 

Ohio. 
Treasurer, Miss Mary A. Rowell, 125 S. 

Main St., Franklin, N. H. 

SUPERINTENDENTS FOR BOTH 
BOARDS 

Superintendent of Cradle Roll Work. 
Mrs. Noma C. Johnson, Dayton, Ohio. 

Superintendent of Literature, Mrs. Em- 
ma S. Powers, C. P. A. Bldg., Dayton, 
Ohio. 

Superintendent of Young People's 
Work, Miss Carrie Robison, North 
Springfield, Pa. 

Student Secretary for Schools and Col- 
leges, Miss Etoile Sando, Boonville, 
Indiana. 

MEMBERS OF THE FEDERAIi COUN- 

Clli OF THE CHURCHES OF 

CHRIST IN AMERICA 

J. O. Atkinson, D. D., Elon College, N. C. 
J. F. Burnett, D. D., Dayton, Ohio. 

F. G. Coflin, D. D., Albany, Mo. 
Martyn Summerbell, D. D., Lakemont, 

N. Y. 
W. W. Staley, D. D., Suffolk, Va. 
J. J. Douglass, D. D., Urbana, 111. 

Alternates 

A. H. Morrill, D. D., Newton, N. H. 
W. G. Sargent, D. D., Providence, R. I. 

G. A. Conibear, D. D., Great Meadows, 
N. J. 

C. H. Rowland, D. D., Franklin, Va. 

Members of Executive Committees 

Rev. Martyn Summerbell. 
Rev. J. O. Atkinson. 

Alternates 

Rev. J. F. Burnett. 
Rev. Alva M. Kerr. 



Member of Business Committee 

Rev. W. W. Staley. 

Vice-President and Member of 
Administrative Committee 

Rev. Roy C. Helfenstein. 

Alternate 

Rev.W. W. Staley. 

COMMITTEE TO FOSTER CHAUTAU- 

QUAS AND SCHOOLS OF 

METHODS 

Rev. W. H. Denison, Dayton, Ohio. 
Mr. Hermon Eldredge, Erie, Pa. 
Rev. P. S. Sailer, Westerly, R. I. 
President W. A. Harper, Elon College, 

N. C. 
Hon. O. W. Whitelock, Huntington, Ind. 

OFFICERS OF THE CHRISTIAN 
PUBLISHING ASSOCIATION 

Hon. O. W. Whitelock, Huntington, Ind. 

— President. 
Rev. J. O. Atkinson, Elon College, N. C. 

— Vice-President. 
Rev. H. Russell Clem, Greensboro, N. C. 

— Secretary. 
H. E. Sims, Piqua, Ohio — Treasurer. 
Rev. Alva Martin Kerr, Dayton, Ohio — 

Editor Herald of Gospel Liberty. 
Rev. S. Q. Helfenstein, Dayton, Ohio — 

Editor Sunday-school Literature. 
Hermon Eldredge, Erie, Pa. — Editor 

Teachers and Officers Journal. 
Netum Rathbun, Dayton, O. — ^Manager. 

Trustees 

Prof. J. N. Dales, Drayton, Ontario. 
Dr. W. W. Staley, Suffolk, Va. 
Rev. F. H. Peters, Defiance, Ohio. 
Mr. E. L. Goodwin, Boston, Mass. 
Rev. C. B. Hershey, Swansea, Mass. 
Mr. J. B. Pease, Gasport, New York. 
Rev. C. G. Nelson, Gresham, Nebraska. 

BOARD OF CHURCH POLITY 

The Executive Board of The American 
Christian Convention and the Board of 
Trustees of The Christian Publishing 
Association. 

COMMISSION ON CHRISTIAN UNITY 

Rev. F. G. Coflin, D. D., Albany, Mo. 
Rev. F. H. Peters, D. D., Defiance. Ohio. 
Rev. W. H. Denison, D. D., Dayton, 

Ohio. 
Rev. Alva Martin Kerr, Dayton, Ohio. 
Rev. P. S. Sailer, Westerly, R. I. 
President W. A. Harper, Elon College, 

N. C. 
Rev. J. F. Burnett, D. D., Dayton, Ohio. 



THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 13 

COMMITTEES APPOINTED BY THE W. P. Minton, Dayton, Ohio. 

EXECUTIVE BOARD, 1921 W. H. Denison, Dayton, Ohio. 

On TraiLsportatlon Committee on Program for 1922 

W. A. Harper, Elon College, N. C. ,-.,-. /-.„«= . iw ^^ x-. ^ ■ 

,.T . ^ x^_^. ^ X ^,1- F. G. Coffin, Albany, Mo., Ex officio 

Netum Rathbun, Dayton, Ohio. , 

J. B. Gove. Sprakers, N. Y., R. R. 1. member. 

E. M. Carter, Wadley, Ala. J- F. Burnett, Dayton, Ohio. Ex officio 
"W. S. Alexander, Merom, Ind. member. 

^V. P. Minton, Dayton, Ohio. 

Central Committee on Commissions q g Thomas, Dayton, Ohio. 

F. G. Coffin, Albany, Mo. A. B. Kendall, Springfield, Ohio. 

J. F. Burnett, Dayton, Ohio. W. AV. Staley, Suffolk, Va., Consulting 
O. S. Thomas, Dayton, Ohio. member. 



The Year's Advance 



Bits of Encouraging News Gleaned From the Activities of 1921 



BY PRESIDENT COFFIN 



The year just closed in the annals of the Christian Church in- 
cludes no unusual and spectacular accomplishments. Yet it has 
been marked by a quiet, sturdy growth, which has added to its 
strength at many points, and made rich foundational contributions 
to future achievements. 

It is no small task to struggle from beneath the miscellaneous 
debris of war, reassemble the material once in hand, reconstruct 
organizational work, and rehabilitate church activities to normalcy. 
Even if this could be quickly done, the old standard of activities 
could not fill the new measure of requirements. Perhaps the most 
that has been accomplished thus far in the post war period has 
been in the nature of caisson sinking. It is difficult for the shell- 
shocked social mind to quickly settle into new programs of hard 
work. So much is chaotic, uncertain, and tentative in the secular 
departments of the world's affairs that a similar state cannot be 
avoided in religious matters. Added to this uncertain state of mind 
has been another embarrassing fact of financial constriction. 
Economic pressure is always, for obvious reasons, first felt in 
benevolences. Therefore in times of financial pinch benevolently 
sustained enterprises must be halted, and no new large programs 
dare be inaugurated. So, certain barriers which we have found 
impeding the progress of a larger work are not peculiar to us de- 
nominationally. They are common obstacles which, since they 
effect the work of the Kingdom as a whole, must also affect us. It 
is doubtful if we have any problems which are not common to all 
denominations just now. 

The foregoing is neither an admission of, nor an apology for, 
non-progress, for no such condition exists in our denominational 



14 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

life. It is mentioned here rather to stimulate faith in our beloved 
church as a potent agency for God in an hour when He needs our 
services so much. As a result the church should set itself at the 
task of developing its efficiency to the maximum and consecrating it 
in willing service. 

Nineteen twenty-one has in a number of features surpassed 
former years. Among these it may be mentioned that: 

The Forward Movement has been stimulating the life of the 
church and giving it a unity in all sections of our brotherhood as 
no other concerted effort has ever been able to do. By a system of 
institutes throughout the country the program of the denomination 
liias been brought to the individual members, and plans for effecting 
it inaugurated in the local congregations. Eight hundred thousand 
dollars have already been pledged on the special million, of which 
eighty thousand dollars more have been turned into the channels of 
the church during the past year. Possibly twice as much has been 
secured on the other financial objectives of the Movement. 

In the work of the Home Mission Department it is gratifying 
that several centers which have hitherto been aided have become 
strong and self-supporting. Special assistance by loans for parson- 
age erection has been given to important points. This department 
is backing two forms of work which are designed to build humanity 
more than to build a denomination — the Americanization work in 
New England and the Logging-camp Evangelism of the Pacific 
Coast. Surveys are now being made in several populous centers 
anticipating the inauguration of new Church Extension enterprises. 

The year in Foreign Missions has witnessed the completion of 
plans and funds and the purchasing of lots for the building of the 
Night School and Mission Home in Tokyo, Japan. Sites have also 
been purchased for the erection of church edifices at several other 
points. New fields have also been opened, in part by the Japanese 
churches voluntarily reaching out into new territory. Statistics 
of the Japan work show creditable increases for the year. Larger 
contributions are being constantly made by the native Christians. 
An enlarged program covering a fifteen year period has also been 
inaugurated for the Porto Rican work. 

There are larger enrollments in our colleges than ever before. 
Also more men in pursuit of seminary and university education. 
For the first time a well-organized campaign of visitation to all 
of our colleges to secure Life Recruits has been effected. There 
are now two hundred forty-one enrolled Life Recruit Volunteers in 
the church. 

As far as statistics are available, seventy-two percent of our 
churches held special evangelistic services during the year. Thirty- 
five percent conducted a pre-Easter campaign. The net increase 
of membership amounts to nine and ninety-one hundredths percent. 

Increased interest in Sunday-school work has been indicated in 
better organization and equipment. There are now about one hun- 
dred thousand pupils enrolled in our Sunday-schools. 



THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 15 

We have exceeded all previous years in the volume of tract 
literature issued. The quality of our regular periodicals has also 
been made appreciably better. 

Summer schools of Religious Education were held at enough 
locations to be conveniently accessible to our brotherhood. These 
create study habits, educate in new methods, and contribute to a 
denominational esprit de corps. 

Thirty-one conferences have inaugurated departments of Re- 
ligious Education. At least one-half of our churches have a definite 
religious education program more or less elaborate. During the 
year a number of these have established Daily Vacation Bible 
Schools or other forms of week-day religious instruction. 

A Christian Temple has been dedicated at Winona Lake, In- 
diana, which is to become a great rallying point for our Mid-West 
constituency at this popular center of interdenominational gather- 
ings. 

Our church territory is rapidly becoming manned with field 
representatives to conserve and promote those interests of the King- 
dom for which our denomination is logically responsible. During 
the year four general field workers have been added to our staff: 
one for the Forward Movement, one for the Sunday-school Depart- 
ment, one for the Home Mission Board, and one for Religious Edu- 
cation and Young People's Work in the South. 

Church building has begun to revive. Plans are under way at 
several points for the most complete and expensive edifices ever 
erected for our body. 

Notwithstanding a general financial depression the Convention 
Secretary's office received a larger number of remittances by six- 
teen percent than in the preceding year, and an increase in the 
volume of receipts amounting to forty-six percent. The general 
receipts for the Home Mission Department were also larger than 
last year. 

We believe that the definite attempt of the year to deepen the 
devotional life of the church has not been without good results, and 
we hope that this gam, to us invisible, has been greater than in all 
else. 

May our successes be accepted in humility, and whatever 
stimulation they bring spur us to overcome failures and effect still 
greater achievements in 1922. 



Sessions of the Convention Boards 

THE EXECUTIVE 

The Executive Board of The American Christian Convention met in Dayton, 
Ohio, October 19, 20, 21, 1921. All the members were present, except Rev. D. 
B. Atkinson, D. D. The Convention President presided. 

Rev. Alva M. Kerr, editor of The Herald of Gospel Liberty, was elected to 
fill the vacancy on the Commission on Christian Unity, occurring by the death 
of Rev. John MacCalman. He was also elected to fill the vacancy as alternate 



16 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

j»ember on the Executive Committee of the Federal Council of the Churches 
of Christ in America, caused by the death of Rev. M. T. Morrill. 

The Commission on Christian Unity was instnacted to prepare and mail to 
all of our pastors, a pamphlet on the subject of Christian Unity, incidentally 
mentioning the Federal Council, and requesting that such pamphlet be read to 
their congregations, and also mailing with said pamphlet a letter, mentioning 
the apportionment allotted to the Christian Church by the Federal Council, of 
one thousand dollars a year, and requesting that either an offering, on an ap- 
propriation, be made to said fund. 

Invitations to the Convention to hold its next session were submitted from 
the Chi-istian Church, Burlington, N. C, and from the Eel River, Indiana State, 
and the Western Indiana Conferences, to meet at Winona Lake, Indiana. The 
Executive Board and the Board of Trustees, acting jointly, considered the 
invitations, and accepted the one from Burlington, N. C, and fixed the time 
October 17-25, 1922, 

The following named commissions were authorized: Christian Endeavor, 
Education, Evangelism, Foreign Missions, City Churches, Home Missions, For- 
ward Movement, Laymen's Work, Ministerial Relief, Organization, Public 
Morals, Publicity and Literature, Rural Church, Social Sei-vice, Sunday-schools, 
State of the Church, Chi*istian Unity, Life-work Recruits. 

Each department secretary is asked to suggest two persons for each com- 
mission, and a central committee, consisting of Revs. F. G. Coffin, J. F. Burnett, 
O. S. Thomas, W. P. Minton, and W. H. Denison, is then to build the commis- 
sions from the persons suggested, and the central committee is to prepare a 
leaflet explaining the pui-pose, the importance, and the scope of the commis- 
sions. 

A committee appointed to consider the printing of the various reports 
recommended that they be reduced to five hundred words, and published in 
The Herald of Gospel Liberty, and afterward put into pamphlet form for free 
distribution. 

Voted that the departmental reports,, the reports of the commissions, and 
the Convention program, be put into packages and given to members of the 
Convention, by the Committee on Registration, at the time members shall 
3'egister. 

The Convention President and Secretary were made ex-officio members of the 
Program Committee, consisting of Revs. W. P. Minton, O. S. Thomas, and A. 
B, Kendall, with Rev. W. W. Staley as consulting member, each department 
to provide its own program, subject to change, approval, and place by the 
Program Committee. 

W. A. Hai-per, Netum Rathbun, J. B. Gove, E. M. Carter, and W. S. 
Alexander were made a Committee on Transportation. 

The following resolution was adopted: 

Resolved, That we endorse the plans of co-operation, as submitted by the 
Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America, and pledge our co-opera- 
tion to the extent of our ability. 

JOINT BOARDS 

The following named boards ofi the Christian Church met in joint session 
in Dayton, Ohio, October 18-20, 1921: Executive, Home Mission, Foreign Mis- 
sion, Education, Sunday-school, Christian Endeavor, and the Board of Trus- 
tees of The Christian Publishing Association. 



THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 17 

Rev. F. G. Coffin, President of The American Christian Convention, presided. 

The several boards of the church, including tho Forward Movement, sub- 
mitted reports prior to the separate meetings, and also reported the work done 
in the separate meetings, and the plans laid for the future. 

The President's report was referred to the Committee on Denominational 
Objective and Appeal. 

The following recommendations and resolutions were adopted: 

The Board of Christian Endeavor fully approves and recommends the 
organization of a Board of Religious Education, said Board to be under the 
direction and supervision of a Secretary of Religious Education, provided 
the Christian Endeavor activities coming under such Board of Religious 
Education be a definite department^ of that board. 

It was further voted that the above recommendation be considered by the 
Committee on Organization. 

Voted that these Joint Boards ask the Commission on Organization to con- 
sider favorably, and report at the next general Convention, such steps as may 
be necessaiy to change our official designation so as to make it the Christian 
Church. 

Resolved, That it be the sense of this body that some definite steps should 
be taken now to safeguard our financial income two years hence, when a great, 
number of our Forward Movement pledges will have been paid up. That the 
President of this body be requested to appoint a committee, whose business it 
shall be to study the whole question, and make certain forward-looking recom- 
mendations that may occur wise to said committee. The committee is to report 
to the next Convention. 

Resolved, That the Commission on Organization be asked to consider the 
advisability of making The Christian Publishing Association a department of 
The American Christian Convention, consulting legal authority in order to 
ascertain the steps necesary to be taken in effecting this action. 

Resolved, That the combined boards of the Christian Church, assembled 
in annual session, Dayton, Ohio, October 20, 1921, most heartily endorse the 
Conference for the Limitation of Armament, which has been called to meet at 
Washington, D. C, November 11, by President Harding, and that we assure 
the President of our earnest desire to co-operate with him in any way we can 
in bringing about a real limitation in armament, believing as we do that limita- 
tion of armament leads to peace, and armament results eventually in war. 

Moved and seconded that the recommendation of the Forward Movement, 
with reference to a course of training for children, be referred to the Secre- 
tary of Religious Education. 

BOARD OF CHURCH POLITY 

The Board of Church Polity met in Dayton, Ohio — First Christian Church 
— October 18, 1921, with all the members present, except Hon. E. L. Goodwin, 
of the Board of Trustees of The Christian Publishing Association. 

Voted that Revs. F. G. Coffin, W. W. Staley, and O. S. Thomas be made 
a Committee on Denominational Objective and Appeal. 

The editor of The Herald of Gospel Liberty, the editor of the Sunday- 
school Literature, and the editor of The Christian Annual, submitted written 
reports. 

Voted to continue The Christian Annual in its present form, and to con- 
tain the same amount and character of information. 

The board expressed its hearty appi'oval of the editorial management of 
The Herald of Gospel Liberty, and its desire for more of the human interest 
type of matter for its pages. 

In the matter of "Heads" for the departments' space in The Herald of 
Gospel Liberty, the editor of the paper and the secretaries of the departments 
were to decide. 



18 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 



CONVENTION DEPARTMENTS 



Department of Education 



Rev. William G, Sargent, D. D., Secretary 



EDUCATIONAL BOARD 

Rev. W. T. Walters, D. D., Richmond, Virginia, Chairman. 

Rev. Hug-h A. Smith, D. D., Versailles, Ohio, Clerk. 

Rev. R. C. Helfenstein, D. D., Dover, Delaware. 

Rev. Clarence Huff, Oronoque, Kansas. 

Rev. W. G. Sarg-ent, 128 Lenox Ave., Providence, R. I. 



SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES OWNED AND CONTROLLED BY THE 

CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

ELON COLLEGE— Elon College, North Carolina. President, W. A. Harper, 

M. A., LL. D.; College Dean, W. P. Lawrence; Secretary, A. L. Hook. 

DEFIANCE COLLEGE AND CHRISTIAN DIVINITY SCHOOL— Defiance, 
Ohio. President, A. G. Caris, A. M., Litt. D. ; Dean of the Divinity School, 
George C. Enders; Dean of College, Edward L. Lawson. 

FRANKLINTON CHRISTIAN COLLEGE— Franklinton, North Carolina. 
President, S. A. Howell, D. D.; College Dean, G. W. Avant, D. D. 

JIREH COLLEGE— Jireh, Wyoming. President, D. B. Atkinson, D. D.; Sec- 
retary, Charles W. Pfeifer. 

PALMER INSTITUTE— STARKEY SEMINARY— Lakemont, New York. 
President, Martyn Summerbell, D. D. ; Clerk, James M. Frost. 

PALMER COLLEGE— Albany, Missouri. President, F. G. Coffin, M. A., D. D.; 
College Dean, Rev. D. B. Atkinson, A. M., D. D. 

UNION CHRISTIAN COLLEGE— Merom, Indiana. President, W. S, Alex- 
ander, A. B. ; Secretary, Gault W. Pleasant, 

KIRTON HALL— Toronto, Ontario. Dean, J. N. Dales, M. A., D. D., 513 
Markham St., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 



A Difficult Year 

The year 1920-1921 has been a very difficult year for our colleges, as for 
all church institutions. Most of our schools and colleges have been facing 
deficits that have been disconcerting. In most cases fees have been increased, 
but this has in no instance met the increased cost of operation. Two ways are 
open to meet the condition faced: The one is through increased offerings on 
the part of the church, annually; the other is through greatly increased en- 
dowment. Both methods will have to be utilized to meet the present ac- 
centuated demand. A new educational conscience must be developed aanong our 
people that they may realize the value of education in the coming of the King- 



THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 19 

dom and have a clearer conception of the nature of stewardship, that the work 
may be supported as present conditions and needs demand. 

Attendance 
Nearly all of our schools and colleges report increased enrollment during 
the last year. 

Scholarship Aid 

Of those receiving aid this year through scholarship grants, five were in 
attendance at a Seminary, one at a state university, eight at one of our own 
colleges, and one was in preparation for entering college in one of our prepara- 
tory departments. Aid to the amount of $2,050.00 was given. 

Soime of our churches are beginning to acceed to the urge of the Board 
that they establish scholarship funds in the church to aid some of their own 
young men or women who may be entering the oninistry or some one else who 
is preparing for the work. This presents great possibilities and it is hoped 
many of our churches will get a vision of the possibility of such, action. 

Meetings of the Board 

Two (meetings of the Board have been held this year and one meeting of 
the Executive Committee at a convenient center. At the meeting of the Board 
in May, in Dayton, Ohio, our college presidents were invited to be present and 
all responded except one. The whole matter of our educational interests was 
considered at this gathering and the assembly was finiitful, as we believe. 

College Assistance 

The Educational Board has had in contemplation the establishing of a 
fund which would represent a permanent reserve fund for the more intensive 
conduct of the work of the department. The critical condition of our colleges 
as represented at the May meeting, and the unanimous opinion expressed at 
that time by those present that aid should be given to the colleges now, in- 
duced the Board to make grants for two years to the three schools most in 
need. Twenty-two thousand dollars was promised these institutions, covering 
a period of two years. Eleven thousand of that amount has been paid. 

Secretarial Visitation 

During the year the Secretary has visited three of our schools. Time alone 
prevented him visiting all of the schools and colleges under our direction. 

Recruiting for Christian Service 

The Board has lent its good offices during the year to recruiting young 
men and women for Christian sei'vice, acting in co-operation vdth. the Hoime 
Mission Department and the Forward Movement. There are probably more 
young men and women in attendance at our schools and colleges now fitting 
themselves for soime definite form of Christian activity than ever before in 
the history of our church, certainly the number of candidates is larger if we 
take into account those in the churches who have decided to devote their lives 
to this end. 

Educational Week 

All our churches were urged to observe Educational Week, calling attention 
to our institutions and uniting in prayer for our educational work and the 
program of the nation. 



20 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

Council of Church Boards of Education 

The Board is a member of the Council of Church Boards of Education and 
co-operates with it as far as possible. 

Financial 
During the year the Board received 

From Churches and individuals $ 3,241.87 

From Forward Movement 12,000.00 

Balance, 1920 20,3'21.48 

Total $35,563.35 

Disbursements during the same period, including college grants, inter- 
church deficit, scholarships, summer schools for pastors, Council of Church 
Boards of Education, Ohio School of Religion, A. C. C. expenses, publications, 

expenses of Board, etc $23,135.03 

Investment in government bonds 5,000.00 

Investment in Wilkenson Farm (in co-operation with the Home Mission 

Board) 3,000.00 

Leaving a cash balance of - $ 4,428.32 



Department of Foreign Missions 



Rev. \%'ilson P. Minton, Secretary 



FOREIGN MISSION BOARD 

Rev. Warren H. Denison, D. D., President, C. P. A. Bldg-., Dayton, Ohio. 

Rev. Wilson P. Minton, Executive Secretary, C. P. A. Bldg., Dayton, Ohio. 

Rev. L«. E. Smith, D. D., 4312 Colonial St., Norfolk, Va. 

Mrs. Alice V. Morrill, 20 College Place, Defiance, Ohio. 

Rev. W. P. Fletcher, 162 Westmount Ave., Toronto, Canada. 

Mr. J. O. Winters, Greenville, Ohio. 

Foreign Mission Council Members — Denison. Winters, and Minton. 

Mission Fields — Japan and Porto Rico. 

Missionaries — Rev. and Mrs. A. D. "V\^oodworth, D. D., 26 Kasumi Cho, Tokyo, Japan. 
Miss Martha R. Stacy, 26 Kasumi Cho, Tokyo, Japan. 
Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Fry, D. D., Utsunomiya, Japan. 
Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Q. McKnight, 41 Karahori Cho, Sendai, Japan. 
Rev. and Mrs. C. P. Garman, Furlough Address, 5802 Maryland Ave., Chicago, 

Illinois. 
Rev. and Mrs. D. P. Barrett, 37 Concordia St., Ponce, P. R. 
Miss Olive G. Williams, Salinas, P. R. 

Total receipts from October 1, 19'20, to September 30, 1921, were $62,636.29 
including Forward Movement, special and regular funds. Total expenditures, 
$58,105.83. The total debt of the department is $3,626.13, which is a substantial 
decrease from that of a year ago. We have on hand in special accounts cash 
amounting to $10,104.58. 

During the past year we bought lots in Tokyo for a mission home, and 
for the night school-kindergarten plant; built and paid for a new kindergarten 
building at Oji, costing $2,100.00 and accommodating fifty pupils with living 
quarters for two teachers; paid the balance of $1,150.00 on the Tsukidate 
Church and parsonage; bought, on borrowed money, a lot for a chapel at 
Narugo, at a cost of $637.00 and also a combined parsonage and preaching 



THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 21 

place at Otawara at a cost of $1,300.00; opened a new mission point in Me^ro, 
another Tokyo suburb; bought and paid for a parsonage at Salinas, P. R., at 
a cost of $1,200.00; started industrial and kindergarten work in Porto Rico; 
made thorough sui-veys of both our Japan and Porto Rican fields; made a noiTnal 
increase in all our regular work; returned the Frys and Barretts to their fields 
following their furloughs and brought Mr. Garman home for his furlough. 
To our great regret the Martins have been forced to give up permanently their 
work in Porto Rico, where they had already begun effective service. 

The activities of the Secretary for the year embraced three months com- 
pleting the trip to Japan and most of this September in the trip to Porto Rico, 
his attendance at the Foreign Missions Conference, the Seaside Chautauqua, 
Western Christian Convention, Pastors' School at Defiance, fourteen confer- 
ences, forty-five local churches and societies, speaking some sixty times in 
Japan and more than 120 times in this country from January first to September 
fifteenth. He has also published three tracts totalling 40,000 copies which were 
widely circulated, kept up the work of the office and edited The Christian 
Missionary. 

During the coming year we hope to begin actual work of constructing the 
night school-kindergarten plant and the mission home in Tokyo at a 
total cost of about $53,000, including the cost of the two lots recently purchased, 
all but about $5,000.00 of which is provided for; pay for the lot and build the 
chapel at Nainigo, for which about $1,600.00 is needed; build the chapel at 
Santa Isabel, P. R., at a cost of $10,000, half of which is not yet provided for; 
launch a far-reaching and constructive program in Porto Rico . looking to 
eventual self-support of the native church, provide much needed teaching 
equipment for the native pastors in Porto Rico in the form of two horse and 
buggy outfits, costing about $200.00 each; secure as soon as possible a trained 
medical missionary for our Porto Rican field; increase normally the regular 
work. The whole church behind the whole task will make these things possible. 



REPORT OF THE PUBLISHER OF THE CHRISTIAN MISSIONARY, 

OCTOBER 18, 1921 

The Christian Missioncury has enjoyed a good year both in increased and 
paid-up subscriptions. Yet the deficit this year is considerably higher than 
last, due to the fact that we have had to buy paper stock separately from our 
printing contract with which it was included last year. Following is a com- 
parison of the receipts and expenditures for the past two years: 

1920 1921 

Printing $1,657.81 $1,380.79 

Postage - 115.19 137.26 

Engravings 1-20.96 228.70 

Paper Stock 794.85 

Publisher's Expense and Misc 100.36 143.05 

Total Expense $1,994.32 $2,684.65 

Receipts 1,296.14 1,736.64 

Deficit $ 698.18 $ 948.01 

Two printing bills from The Christian Publishing Association amounting 
to $271.88 were not received until after the books were closed. Therefore, the 



22 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

deficit is in reality $1,216.89. The increased deficit over last year is more 
than accounted for in the $794.85 paid for paper stock this year. ConsMering 
the much larger subscription list, the cost of postage and other miscellaaieous 
publishing expense was about the same as last year. Engravings cost more 
this year than last, but we believe this to be a wise expenditure as shown by 
the larger paid-up subscription list. Comparison of receipts shows $4'4'0.50 
more received this year than last, which means there wei'e 881 more paid-up 
subscriptions this year. The October, 1920, issue contained 3600 copies and: the 
September, 1921, issue 4000. The average number printed each month in 1920^ 
was 3300 and in 1921, 3875. 

Following is a comparison of the mailing list for the two years: 

Sept. 1920 Sept. 1921 

Total on mailing list 3538 3942 

Delinquent to October 1 1256 1094 

Number free copies sent 75 79 

Paid-up subscriptions ^207 2769 

Aside from a new cover page we contemplate no radical changes in the 
make-up of the magazine. We believe the deficit is justified from the stand- 
point of propaganda, in the increasing paid-up subscription list. We welcome' 
missionary news from local churches and societies and ui"ge our talented mis- 
sionary writers to furnish us with more missionary articles. We are profound- 
ly grateful to those whose faithful and efl[icient help has made it possible tO' 
publish the magazine on time throughout the year. The increased circula;tion: 
is due largely to an earnest group of pastors, conference mission secretaries, 
literature superintendents, and Forward Movement workers. We firmly believe 
that if others will join in this work we can very greatly increase the subserip- 
rion list during the coming year. 

W. P. MINTON, Editor and Publisher. 



Department of Home Missions 



Rev. Onier S. Thomas, Secretary 



HOME MISSION BOARD 

Rev. Carlyle Summerbell, D. D., 238 Buffalo St., Conneaut, Ohio, President. 
Mrs. Athella JM. Howsare, 153.=j N. Euclid Ave., Dayton, Ohio, Secretary. 
Rev. Omer S. Thomas, D. D., C. P. A. Bldg., Dayton, Ohio. General Secretary 
and Treasurer. 

Mr. Mervin S. Campbell, Collison, 111. 

Rev. G. O. Lankford, D. D., Burling-ton, N. C. 

Rev. Clark B. Kershner, Mooreland, Ind. 

The total receipts for the last year were, including Forward Movement 
and specials, $42,991.85, and to this may be added the cash on hand at the close 
of last year, which was $33,806.99, making a total of $76,798.84. The 
total disbursements for the year for all Home Mission work was $54,634.07. 

At the beginning of this year we have a credit balance of $26,389.33 in the 
general fund alone. The total appropriations made for the year are less than 



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$50,000.00 so that the plans for the year are very consei-vative. They include: 
Co-operation with the Home Missions Council, The Ohio Federation of Churches; 
Conducting Pastors' Schools, aiding more than twenty churches and partially 
supporting at least twelve conference field men, besides supporting fully the 
General Field Secretary; working among the logging men of Western Washing- 
ton and conducting a Christian Americanization work in Haverhill, Mass. We 
are also planning to aid the building of parsonages and new church buildings 
with easy loans, and in a few cases where the need is strategic with appropria- 
tions. A gi-eat deal of aid has been given to Franklinton Christian College, 
our school for Negroes. 

Home Missions has also been made quite largely responsible for securing 
better financial systems in the churches. 



Department of Publishing 



Hon. Orlando W. Whitelock, Secretary 



OFFICERS OF THE CHRISTIAN PUBLISHING ASSOCIATION 

Hon. O. W. Whitelock, Huntington, Indiana — President. 

Rev. J. O. Atkinson, Elon College, N. C. — Vice-President. 

Rev. H. Russell Clem, Greensboro, N. C. — Secretary. 

Mr. H. E. Sims, Piqua, Ohio — Treasurer. 

Rev. Alva Martin Kerr, D. D., Dayton, Ohio — Editor Herald of Gospel Liberty. 

Rev. S. Q. Helfenstein, E>. D., Dayton, Ohio — Editor Sunday-school Literature. 

Mr. Hermon Eldredg-e, Erie, Pa. — Editor Teachers and Officers Journal. 

Mrs. F. E. Bullock, Dayton, Ohio — In Charge of Picture Cards and Junior Herald 

and Little Teacher. 
Mr. Netum Rathbun, Dayton, Ohio — Manager. 

Trustees 

J. N. Dales, D. D., Drayton, Ontario. 
W. W. Staley, D. D., Suffolk, Virginia. 
F. H. Peters, D. D., Defiance, Ohio. 
Mr. E. L. Goodwin, Boston, Mass. 
C. B. Hershey, D. D., Swansea, Mass. 
Mr. J. B. Pease, Gasport, New York. 
Rev. C. G. Nelson, Gresham, Nebraska. 

Believing that a portion of the money from the Forward Movement Funds 
could be expended to great advantage by publishing, for free distribution, a 
series of booklets, giving in a concise way a statement of the fundamental 
principles of the Christians, together with brief sketches of some of our church 
fathers, upon my request Rev. J. F. Burnett prepared, and without cost to the 
department, such a series of booklets, and the department caused them to be 
published, for free and general distribution — 

Origin and Principles of the Christians 8,000 

Sketch of Rev. James O'Kelly 5,000 

Sketch of Rev. Abner Jones 5,000 

Sketch of Rev. Barton W. Stone 5,000 

Sketch of Rev. Elias Smith and Horace Mann 5,000 

Sketch of the Early Women of the Church 5,000 

These booklets contain a fund of very valuable infonmation, which will 
be of great educational and inspirational value to our church. Already some 



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of the editions are exhausted, and second editions have been ordered. It is the 
belief of your Secretary that the influence of these booklets will be far reach- 
ing, and of special worth to students, teachers, and active workers in the 
church, as they create a desire to know more about the church to which they 
belong. 



Department of Christian Endeavor 



Rev. A. B. Kendall, Secretary 



Christian Endeavor Board 

Rev. A. B. Kendall, Secretary, 1023 Garfield Ave., Springfleld, Ohio. 
Rev. J. F. Morg-an, Berkley, Norfolk, Va. 
Rev. F. E. Rockwell, Albany, Mo. 
Rev. A. E. Kemp, Troy, Ohio. 
Rev. R. G. English, Albany, N. T. 

One year ago we presented the young people of our church with a clear- 
cut, definite program for sei'vice and training. The work of the Board during 
this year has been largely the matter of stressing that program and seeking 
to get our Endeavor societies and churches to adopt that program as theii's for 
their work for the young people. 

In seeking to do this and in the matter of a sui-vey to find our real condi- 
tion in the field of Endeavor, the Secretary sent out 1245 letters during the 
year. He has also prepared the Annual Call and issued a twelve-page pamphlet 
setting forth a plan which we have called "The Christian Endeavor Forward 
Movement Crusade." In this pamphlet we have tried to present our young 
people with a program broad enough to cover the whole field of religious 
activity for young people, simple enough to be canied out by the weakest 
society, definite enough to bring real results, if adopted and followed. 

Twelve addresses on Christian Endeavor work have been delivered by the 
members of the Board during the year. The Board and the church have been 
honored by the Secretaiy being asked to deliver an address before a section 
of the World's Christian Endeavor Convention held in New York City. At 
this Convention a fine rally was held with sixty delegates from thirteen States 
and provinces present. 

The Secretary has prepared and had printed a set of examination questions 
for Endeavorers seeking the degree of Christian Endeavor Expert. 

During the year there came the suggestion from Doctor C. E. Clark that a 
history of Christian Endeavor in our denomination would be a fine thing for 
us to prepare. The Secretary has been striving to gather data for such a work. 

The entire membership of the Board was present at the World's Conven- 
tion and the Secretary also attended a meeting of the Committee of Denomina- 
ional Representatives of Young People's Work held in the city of Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

A meeting of the Board was held at this Convention. 

FINANCIAL 
Balance on hand October 1, 1920 $4,974.44 



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Receipts for the Year 

Annual Call not turned over to the Secretary $ 60.91 

Annual Call 169.22 

Received from Simiths Mills C. E. on Annual Call 5.00 

From Foi-ward Movement 4,000.00 

Interest on Saving's Account 106.6 

Total Receipts 4,341.73 

Grand Total $9,316.17 

Disbursements 

Printing and Mailing Call $ 60.91 

Expense of Board to Dayton meeting October, 1920 170.63 

Lesson Notes for 1920 100.00 

Lesson Notes for 1921 200.00 

Board's share of loss on Christian Annual 11.30 

Underwriting the I. C. W. M 1,610.00 

Printing the Annual Report of the Secretary 4.30 

Board's share of the salary of F. G. Coffin 103.92 

Christian Publishing Association for printing 47.00 

Expense of Secx'etary to the meeting of the Denominational 

Representatives of Young People's Work 26.92 

I. W. Hitchcock, printing 13.60 

Stationery, postage, etc 19.40 

For membership in the Interdenom. Y. P. Commission 10.60 

Expense of Board at the World's C. E. Convention 295.75 

Stenography, multigraphing, and addressing 19.25 

Total Disbursements $2,693.58 

Savings Deposit in Am. Sec. & Trust Co., D. C 5,906.60 

Checking account in Am. Sec. & Trust Co., D. C 715.99 

Grand Total $9,316.17 

FUTURE PLANS 

In the coming year we will continue our efforts to make a complete satis- 
factory sui^vey of the denomination and secure further data for our Christian 
Endeavor history, and hope that during the year this history may be brought 
out. 

Wall Charts of the Christian Endeavor Standards of the Christian Church 
are to be prepared and placed in every society. Certificates to be given 
societies attaining the rank of "Excellent" or "Superior" will be printed. 

We are planning to co-operate to the fullest extent in the summer schools 
of Christian Education of our church. 

Plans for securing a banner attendance at the World's Christian Endeavor 
Convention in Des Moines in 1923 are being thought out and prepared for 
launching. 

Convention and Confex-ence Secretaries of Christian Endeavor will be asked 
to suggest names of key-^men or women in their Conference or Convention to 
develop the Alumni Association within their territoiy. 

The Foi-ward Movement Cmsade will be pressed with renewed vigor. In 
order that it may be more effective the field has been divided among the differ- 
ent members of the Board as follows: 

R. G. English, the New England Convention and Canada. 

A. B. Kendall, the Metropolitan Convention. 

A. E. Kemp, the Central Convention. 

F. E. Rockwell, the Western Convention. 

J. F. Morgan, the Southern Convention. 



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The work has also been divided and to each member of the Board a par- 
ticular time assigned for stressing his particular line of work as follows: 

R. G. English, Devotional, November to Januaiy. 

A. B. Kendall, Missions, January to the 15th of March. 

J, F. Morgan, Evangelism, March 15 to May 15. 

F. E. Rockwell, Religious Education, May 15 to September. 

A. E. Kemp, Benevolence, September to November. 



Department of Sunday-schools 



Hermon Eldredgre, Secretary 



SUNDAY-SCHOOL BOARD 

Mr. Hermon Eldredge, Y. M. C. A. Bldg-., Erie, Pa. — Chairman. 

Mr. F. R. Beach, Irvington, N. J. — Vice-Chairman. 

Mrs. F. E. Bullock, C. P. A. Bldg., Dayton, Ohio — Secretary. 

Rev. H. G. Rowe, Warren, Ind. — Adult Division. 

Rev. H. H. Short, Bluft'ton, Ind. — Teacher Training-. 

Rev. S. Q. Helfenstein, C. P. A., Dayton, Ohio — Sunday-school Literature. 



Two man objectives comprise in a large way the objectives of the 
Sunday-school Board. 

First: EFFICIENCY. The International Sunday-school Standard is the 
basis of this objective. We request every Sunday-school Superintend- 
ent and Pastor to become acquainted with this standard and make 
it the objective of the local school. The plan is practical and definite 
and will be furnished free to any officer of the Christian Church Sun- 
day-schools who will address the Chairman or Secretary of the Board. 
Write, 

Second: INCREASE. The Pennsylvania plan of systematic increase all along 
the line and in all departments of the Sunday-school is adopted by the 
Board and this plan will be sent, without cost, to anyone in our church 
who will write the chairman or secretary of the Board. (See ad- 
dresses above.) 

FIELD WORK— 

The Board has placed Mrs. F. E. Bullock in the field and she is avail- 
able for work in conferences, tours of Sunday-schools, and general 
Sunday-school work in any section of the countiy whei'e our work 
needs her. We will be glad to correspond and aiTange with any of 
our Sunday-school workers who desire the services of Mrs. Bullock, 
j We are anxious to help the weaker schools and conferences as much 

as to go into the larger and more prosperous ones. We can arrange 
it so that the smallest churches and Sunday-schools and the weakest 
conferences may have her service. Write that we may know your 
needs and desires. 



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Report of the President of The American Christian Convention 
for the Year 1920-1921 

The president's activities for the past year have differed only in details 
from those enumerated in his last annual report. The demands for his serv- 
ices in various ways have been enlarging as has his own vision of the possi- 
bilities of tlie work. 

His efforts for the past year have been projected along three lines of 
purpose: 1. Heartening, strengthening, and solidifying our denominational 
forces. 2. Assisting in the promotion of the various features of the Forward 
Moveanent, 3. Improving relations of comity with, other denominations and 
securing a fuller recognition of the Christian Church, and its position in inter- 
denominational movements. 

In the promotion of these things I am feeling that soime slight contribu- 
tion has been made. Of its value I assume no estimate. I only know that 
conferences, particularly the weaker and more remote ones, as well as other 
gatherings, have seemed to appreciate the presence of the Convention president 
at their sessions. As one result I am of the opinion that they have sensed a 
closer unity with the general body and have responded with an increased loyal- 
ty to the whole denominational program. 

A statistical enumeration of one aspect of my official activities since our 
last meeting includes 204 principal addresses besides incidental talks. These 
by subjects include the following: sermons and inspirational addresses, 71; 
general denominational interests, 38; Forward Movement, 46; ordinations, 
dedications, conrunencements, and other special occasions, 27; to other de- 
nominational and interdenominational gatherings, 24. This work has required 
travel amounting to 21,322 miles and an absence from the office of 160 days 
during the year. I have attended fourteen conferences, conventions, and 
general meetings of our own people; assisted in the preliminary organization 
of the Central Christian Convention, attended a meeting of the Field Secre- 
tai'ies of the denomination and have spoken in all of our colleges except one. 

It will be interesting to the brethren to know that there have been no 
interdenominational meetings of a general character during the year, where 
the desire for our presence was made known, at which we have not been repre- 
sented. I have also attended one meeting of the moderators and presidents of 
the churches and arranged for a proxy at a second. The greetings of our 
church are being increasingly borne to the gatherings of other denominations 
with, the result that we are becoming better known, and, what is more to be 
coveted, better understood. Our men are now being sought for the programs 
and periodicals of other bodies in a way omost helpful to our general usefulness. 

The financial outlay necessitated by this work has been as follows: Travel 
and road expense, $528.09; office assistance, $247.00; telegrams, $30.25; post- 
age, $22.70; special deliveries, $7.30; miscellaneous office expense, $22.10; 
salary, $1,300.96. Total $2,158.40. 

For the most part our work has a hopeful outlook. We are becoming 
larger visioned, better manned, more cohesive, systematic, and uniform. 
Our auxiliary departments, particularly the missionary entei-prise of our 
women, offer many encouragements. The scattered distribution of our work 



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geographically onakes difficult some plans which, might be inaugurated for in- 
creased effectiveness. 

There is an anomalous condition prevailing in church life just now. It is 
difficult to define. Perhaps it has not yet come to sufficient form to make 
definition possible, but this does not lessen its gravity nor reduce the problem 
which it thiiists upon the churches. There is a state of weakness in the life 
of all denominations which ought not exist. There is danger that it may be 
interpreted as peculiarly denominational instead of the reflex of a general 
religious condition which reaches over into the denominational life in imany 
expressions. This condition may easily become a cause of discouragement, or 
call forth rash proposals of abortive methods if we yield to a patienceless 
desperation. 

The post-war situation is as disappointing as it is evasive. It is doubtful 
if its cause can be diagnosed except in such generalities as may be assigned 
to any religious decadence. Here and there it has left unmistakable mai'ks 
of partial impotency on the church. It does not involve a lack of financial 
resources so (much as a missing spiritual stability. There is evident uncertain- 
ty as to a program to meet this peculiar, complex situation. Unfortunately, 
this occurs just at a time when certitude is a primary need. The feeling is 
general that a new order, a Christian order, is due and should dominate in 
personal conduct, industry, business, education, statecraft, and all social rela- 
tions. This is accompanied by a feeling that the church is not getting the re- 
sults it should, nor functioning adequately in a crisal hour. 

All of this has generated a spirit of discontent which finds expression in 
changed and changing plans, spasmodic efforts, migrating preachers, intra- 
denominational cleavages, occasional backward movements, etc. Our church, 
in common with other denominations, is experiencing some phases of this 
unfortunate reaction. With some it is a reason for slight discouragement, and, 
notwithstanding the many foi-ward strides which we are making, there is a 
minority among us who are not speaking optimistically of our situation. 

To me it seems that some movement effecting a fusing of forces is certain 
to be a result of our present religious tentativeness. For this I believe the 
Christian Church should be alert and co-operative, but that, pending the 
aiTival of such a time, we should be at our present tasks with a surpassing 
energy. 

I have seemingly lugged this situation into my annual report, but it is 
prefatory to saying that, as I see it, this spirit is one of the most serious 
drawbacks to our denominational work which I have discovered during the 
year. Another is our feeling of personal and sectional independence of each 
other. Because of this we have not been able to get the solid impact behind 
our plans which their success requix^es. 

I have discovered no reason to change the suggestions with which I closed 
my report a year ago. In addition to these I am of the opinion that an 
itinerary of rallies, strategically located, which might include institutes on 
denominational organization, to establish a sense of peiTnanency in the pastoral 
relationship, thereby increasing the duration of pastorates and the longevity 
of plans; instinict in the interrelation of local churches and the function of 
the laymen in the church, would be opportune. 



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Denominational Objectives and Appeal 
1921—1922 

Formulated by the Bonrd of Polity through Its committee: President I 

F. G. Coffin, D. D.; Rev. Omer S. Thomas, D. D., Secretary | 

of Home Missioins; and Rev. W. W. Staley, D. D. | 

In the review of the year's work there is found much | 
to encourage and inspire. Whatever is not of this j 
character is remediable and calls for but a wise and j 
aggressive program. The results from the Forward j 

? Movement have enlarged our denominational possibilities I 

I by increased funds. There has also been a noticeable j 

? strengthening of denominational consciousness and of co- \ 

I operative effort within our body. The persisting post- | 

I war conditions extend and increase our obligations in \ 

I common with all other American Christians. The pres- f 

I ent situation may not be to our liking in many respects, t 

I but its responsibilities cannot be honorably evaded. To j 

i the loyal, difficult problems are only a challenge to su- | 

i preme effort. i 

i Let us be heartened by the new life in many depart- j 

i ments of our church work — the enlarging and improved j 

i equipment, the increasing denominational cohesion and j 

i stability, better organization, larger contribution of 

i funds and service to Kingdom extension, rising standards * 

i in the various departments of our work, an increased 

I number of Life Recruits, deepening spiritual life; and, 

I above all, that sure Presence of God, of which we have 

I had many evidences during the year to stimulate us to 

? fresh gratitude. 

I There are now before us great needs to which we 

I must give a willing and competent response. These, in 

I the judgment of the Board of Polity, are represented in 

I part in the following objectives which should be kept 

I constantly before our church for the guidance of the work 

? of the year before us : 

t 1. The necessity for a united and synchronized pro- 

i gram, behind which may be gotten the strength of the t 

i entire brotherhood. We are in need of the stimulation | 

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I of unanimity. We therefore call upon all of our district 
I conventions, local conferences, churches, and members to 
I study how they may co-operate fully in the plans of The 
I American Christian Convention and its departments. 
I Divergence weakens, unanimity strengthens. 
? This is an opportune time to stress the plans of the 

I Executive Board of The American Christian Convention, 
f adopted at its second session of the quadrennium. These 
j resolutions not only suggest periods of time, and name 
t competent workers, but lay special responsibility upon 

ithe departments well fitted to make effective the plans. 
Resolved that: For more effectual working the church year be 
f divided into five periods. January and February to be known as a 

f period of Evangelism, March and April as a Foreign Mission period. 
May and June as a Home Mission period, July, August, September, 
and October as a period of Religious Education, and November and 
December as a period of Christian Stewardship and Spiritual In- 
1 tensification; 

I That the educational effort during these periods be placed re- 

1 spectively in the hands of the Foreign Mission Board, the Home 
f Mission Board, the Educational Board, and the Sunday-school 
Board, acting jointly, the Sunday-school Board and two committees 
to be appointed — one on Evangelism and the other on the Spiritual 
Life of the church; 

That during these periods all possible effort be made through 

the denoiminational press and the local church, to develop the life 

and work of the church along the particular line of work indicated, 

* especially, where possible, by training the church for leadership 

in the life of the nation and the world. 

In keeping with the above resolution, the President appointed 
the following named committees: 

Spiritual Life of the Church — 

Rev. George C. Enders, Defiance, Ohio, 

Rev. Henry W. McCrone, St. Johnsville, N. Y., 

Rev. J. W. Harrell, Burlington, N. C. 

Evangelism — 

Rev. Roy C. Helfenstein, Dover, Del., 
Rev. Willoe J. Hall, Dayton, Ohio, 
Rev. Geo. D. Eastes, Raleigh, N. C. 

2. Our laymen should sense a deep obligation for the 
particular phases of the work for which they are right- 
fully responsible. The ministry should be given adequate 
support and the lay activities of the church maintained at 
a maximum of efficiency. Especially should any tendency 
to neglect the religious welfare of the community and the 

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financial support of the work because of economic condi- 
tions be discouraged. 

3. The completion of the full program of the For- 
ward Movement. If business conditions have temporarily- 
retarded the financial canvass, it must be completed at the 
earliest possible moment. Meanwhile every church and i 
every member should be working at all of the features of j 
the Forward Movement program. ! 

4. Our mission enterprises at home and abroad are | 
apparently at an opportune period. Their needs must be * 
met with a larger supply of money, equipment, and work- j 
ers than ever before. As a result of our missionary | 
awakening, we have set for ourselves missionary tasks j 
from which we cannot honorably recede. The demands | 
will increase, not diminish. "No man, having put his f 
hand to the plow, and looking back, is fit for the King- t 
dom of God." 1 

5. Our colleges are confronted with the largest op- ; 
portunity of their history. Their enrollments are in- ! 
creased beyond all precedents. Their equipment is more | 
complete than ever. They are manned with efficient I 
executives and instructors and are, without doubt, mak- » 
ing their largest contribution to our church life, yet they | 
are facing financial problems which threaten the very i 
existence of some of them and the efficiency of all. The • 
present cramped economic condition makes it imperative ? 
that our colleges should be aided with larger gifts. The ? 
alternative of this omission at this particular time is too f 
grave to contemplate. It should also be kept constantly I 
before our churches in every possible way that the col- j 
leges will be able to render their largest service to them | 
only when the sons and daughters of our members secure t 
their education in them. The children of our church | 
homes should be the students of our church schools. I 

6. The supply of candidates for our pulpits, and mis- | 
sion fields, and our quota of interdenominational workers, I 
must be kept constantly before our young people. i 
Churches, young people's organizations, both junior and I 

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senior, should incorporate the supply of workers for the | 

field as a definite objective of such organizations. | 

7. The Religious Education program of the church 
must include more and better literature, the planning and 
promotion of Vacation Bible Schools, Summer Schools 
of Religion, Week Day Religious Education, the develop- 
ment of child life into service for the Kingdom through I 
the church, more sane and sensible evangelism for chil- | 
dren of the teen age, larger demands and training for Life I 
Recruits, and the complete alignment of the Christian En- | 
deavor strength on the Foursquare and Forward Move- i 
ment Loyalty campaigns. I 

8. Extending the circulation of our church literature. \ 
Upon this point there has been such an absence of a feel- ? 
ing of responsibility that both our publications and the | 
work of Christ which they promote have suffered in con- f 
sequence. We call upon our ministers and members ? 
everywhere to promote the circulation of our church | 
literature with the same zeal as they would spread the t 
preaching of the gospel. No other effort will give more t 
unity to the church or more strength to its plans. | 

9. Studious attempts should be continually made to I 
knit the organizations of our church more closely to- | 
gether. Efforts in this direction may be wisely directed | 
toward the general official departments of The American | 
Christian Convention, the geographical sections of our I 
territory, and the various organic agencies within the | 
local church. Cumbersome and uncorrelated organization « 
means denominational inefficiency. We are of the opinion 4 
that an efficient force of Field Secretaries will aid in 4 
securing this as well as all other objectives of the church. | 

10. The unmistakable demands of the hour are for a } 
closer unity of the various denominations. Simple busi- j 
ness conservation and efficiency, the extent and urgency | 
of the community and world tasks, and the exemplifica- t 
tion of the spirit which ought to be found in the church f 
of Christ, all insistently urge a closer organization of the j 
followers of Christ. Our people everywhere should shun f 

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a censorious attitude, and should cultivate the spirit of 
Christian generosity. Wherever it is possible to aid in 
co-operative movements which are planned with Chris- 
tian consideration for all, we urge the fullest co-operation 
of our people. 

Toward the realization of these objectives, let us de- 
vote our efforts with an energy surpassing all previous 
attempts, and a consecration which will make us usable 
in the fulfillment of the whole great plan of the Head of 
the Church. 



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REV. DWIGHT R. LrSK 

Secretary of the Eastern Indiana Christian 

Conference 



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REGIONAL CONVENTIONS 



New England Christian 

(Reported by Seci-etary Gilbert) 



Officers — Rev. A. H. Morrill, D. D., Newton, N. H.— President. 

Rev. W. G. Sargent, D. D., Providence, R. I., — Vice-President. 

Rev. Ernest D. Gilbert, Box 624, Fall River, Mass. — Secretary. 

Rev. H. M. Hainer, 213 Tremont St., New Bedford, Mass. — Assistant Secretary. 

Mr. F. R. Woodward, Hill, N. H. — Treasurer. 

Department Secretaries — Rev. P. S. Sailer, 41 Summer St., Westerly, R. I. — Sunday- 
school. 
Rev. E. R. Caswell, Laconia, N. H. — Christian Endea<vor. 
Rev. D. P. Hurlburt, Bangor, Maine — Missions. 

New England j>Iis.sionary Society — 

Rev. A. H. Morrill, D. D., Newton, N. H. — President. 
Rev. W. G. Sargent, D. D., Providence, R. I., Vice-President. 
Rev. Ernest D. Gilbert, Box 624, Fall River, Mass. — Secretary. 
Mr. F. R. Woodward, Hill, N. H. — Treasurer. 

Ne-w Kngriand Educational Society — 

Rev. A. H. Morrill, D. D., Newton, N. H. — President. 
Rev. W. G. Sargent, D. D., Providence, R I. — Vice-President. 
Rev. Ernest D. Gilbert, Box 624, Fall River, Mass. — Secretary. 
Mr. F. R. Woodward, Hill, N. H. — Treasurer. 

Christian Camp Meeting Association — 

Rev. A. H. Morrill, D. D., Newton, N. H. — President. 

Rev. G. A. Conibear, Lakemont, N. Y. — Vice-President. 

Rev. D. P. Hurlburt, Bangor, Maine — Secretary. 

Mr. E. A. Chase, 405 Potter Ave., Providence, R. I. — Treasurer. 

Trustees — Rev. A. H. Morrill, Rev. G. A. Conibear, Rev. D. P. Hurlburt, Mr. E. A. 
Chase, Rev. C. A. Tillinghast, Rev. W. G. Sargent, Mr. F. G. Arnold, Mr. Leslie 
Swain, Mr. W. H. Sanford, Rev. P. S. Sailer, Mr. F. H. Turtle, Dr. C. E. Groves. 

HISTORICAL, BV REV. A. H. MORRILL 

The New England Christian Convention was org-anized at Lynn, Mass., No- 
vember 5, 1845. Forty-four were recorded as members of the organization, which 
was to meet annually. At the same time and place the Missionary Society of our 
people in New England was organized. Later, an Educational Society was 
organized. These two societies meet annually in connection with ihe Conven- 
tion. Both societies are incorporated under special act of the Massachusetts 
legislature. 

Mark Fernald says of this Lynn meeting that "much business of importance 
was done, and in harinony." 

The territory of the New England Convention comprises the States of Maine, 
New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and the eastern part of 
Connecticut. At present we have no church in eastern Connecticut (though we 
formerly had), and the Danbury church being a member of the New York Eastern 
Conference is part of the Metropolitan Convention. 

Ordinarily the Convention meets in June, annually, but a few times, includ- 
ing the past two years, it has met in July or August. Changes several times 
have been made as to the membership of the Convention, sometimes it being a 
delegated body, delegates being appointed by the conferences, and sometimes dele- 
gates from churches direct, -w^hich is just now the representation plan. It exercises 
limited advisory powers only. 

Because our churches are scattered over a wide area, from Westerly, R. I., to 
Aroostook County, Maine, some 500 miles, the usual attendance at its sessions is 
much smaller than some fifty years ago. The basis of membership in the two 
societies being financial, they virtually do only executive business. 

On account of the plan to celebrate the Jubilee of the Christian Camp Meet- 
ing Association, at Craigville, Mass., In 1922, commemorating the fifty years of 
our summer meetings at that place, it has been decided by the Executive Board 
of the Convention not to hold the regular session of that body that year. 



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Southern Christian 

(Reported by President Johnson) 

Officers — Rev. "W. ^V. Staley. Suffolk, Va. — President. 

Rev. J. O. Atkinson, Elon College. N. C. — Vice-President. 
Rev. I. W. Johnson, Suffolk, Va. — Secretary. 

Rev. J. P. IMorgan, Berkley, Norfolk, Va. — Assistant Secretary. 
Rev. W. C. Wicker, Elon College, N. C. — Treasurer. 

Terrltorj- — The Southern Chi'istian Convention is composed of the following 
conferences: Virginia Valley Central Conference, A. W. Andes, Harrisonburg, Va., 
Secretary; Georgia and Alabama Conference, J. F. Hill, Jr., Phoenix, Ala., Secre- 
tary: Alabama Conference, E. 'M. Carter. Wadley, Ala., Secretary; Eastern 
Virginia Conference Rev. I. W. Johnson, Suffolk, Va., Secretary; North Caro- 
lina Christian Conference, J. A. Dickey, Elon College, N. C, Secretary. 

In accordance with the Convention recommendations, all the conferences have 
organized local Conference Missionary Associations. These associations have been 
officered in the manner of the Convention Association. By the plans thus inau- 
gurated the funds for home missions will be greatly increased. As regards for- 
eign missions, there is a steady growth of interest. A special call was made upon 
the conferences for missions at the late session of the Convention. 

The Convention met in Raleigh, N. C, in May, 1920. 

The most recent forward step of the Convention is the election of Dr. J. O. 
Atkinson Field Secretary of Missions in the Convention. One hundred twenty-five 
thousand dollars have already been subscribed and more than $60,000.00 paid in 
for this fund, to be divided equally for- Home and Foreign Missions. 

The Convention successfully developed and coinpleted the Men and Millions 
Forward Movement Campaign during the year 1920, which will mean much for 
the progress of our cause in the Southern Christian Convention during the next 
five years. 

This Convention also supports the Christian Orphanage, located at Elon 
College, N. C, The Christian Sun, and Elon College, all owned by the Convention. 

The next session of the Convention will meet at Suffolk, Va., Tuesday, 10 
a. m.. May 2, 1922, and will be in session for four days. 



Western Christian 

(Reported by Secretary Kyle) 



Offloer.s — Rev. Frederick Cooper, Albany. Mo. — President. 

Rev. R. Li. Hendrickson, Lincoln, Kansas — Vice-President. 

Mr. John J. Kyle, Perlee. Iowa — Secretary. 

Mr. Emery S. Huff, Oronoque, Kansas — Treasurer. 
Trustees — Rolon Jones, Shelby, Nebr., 4 years; A. J. Ralston, Towanda, Kansas, 

3 years; F. H. Thomas, Gerster, Mo., 2 years; F. N. Slocum, Baring, Mo., 1 

year; Geo. Bond, Gresham, Nebr., 5 years. 
Department Secretaries — Rev. C. G. Nelson, Gresham, Nebraska — Missions. 

]Mrs. W. G. Green, Webber, Kansas — Sunday-schools. 

Rev. J. I\I. Kauffman, Madrid, Iowa — Christian Endeavor. 

Rev. Alfred Hurst, Albany, Mo. — Education. 

Rev. Lester Proctor, Albany, Mo. — Publishing. 

Rev. C. E. Huff, Oronoque, Kansas — Evangelism. 
Forward Movement Comnilttee«^Rev. O. C. Huff, Indianola, Iowa — Devotions. 

Rev. C. E. Hxiff, Oronoque, Kansas — Evangelism. 

Mrs. F. G. CofHn, Albany, Mo. — Religious Education. 

Mrs. Geo. Hutton, Madrid, Iowa — Missions. 

]Mr. F. N. Slocum, Baring, Mo. — Benevolence. 
Standing Missionary Committee — Dr. F. G. Coffin, Albany, Mo.; Rev. C. G. Nelson, 

Gresham, Nebr.; Rev. C. E. Huff, Oronoque, Kansas; A. S. Lynn, Orient. Iowa; 

Geo. Hutton, Madrid, Iowa; Rev. C. G. Nelson is to call the Board together. 
Committee on Christian Unit>' — Rev. D. M. Helfenstein. Keokuk, Iowa; Rev. F. M. 

Strange, Arlington, Kansas; Rev. J. A. Stover, Avon, 111.; Rev. A. W. Sparks, 

Defiance, Ohio; Rev. R. L. Ray bourn. Grand River, Iowa. 

Territory — Its present tciritory includes the States of Iowa, Missouri. Kansas, 
and Nebraska, but looks forward toward additions to this, as the drawing power 
of Palmer College, located at Albany, ]Mo., shall be felt in a widening radius, and 
the Christian shall become a more important factor in the growth of the Kingdom 
in the Mississippi Valley. The college, formerly a ward of Iowa State Conference 
outgrowing the territory of said conference and extending its vision far beyond 
its control, made necessary a commensurate guardianship and so the Western 
Christian Convention planned for in 1914, was given more perfectly organized 
form in 1915. Besides looking after the college interests, it looks after the 



36 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

taking over of some or all the fnterests of the State conferences within its terri- 
torial borders. 

The Western Christian Convention recommended that the four Iowa Christian 
Conferences be so reconstructed and organized as to make but two. That the 
Union and Central Conferences unite, making the Eastern Iowa Christian Con- 
ference, and that the Des Moines and Southwestern Conference unite, making- 
the Western Iowa Christian Conference. In August, 1921, in keeping with the 
recommendation, the Des Moines and Southwestern Conferences united, forming 
what is now the Western Iowa Christian Conference. The Union and Central 
Conferences still maintain their original identity, name, territoiT. and organiza- 
tion. 

HISTORICAL, BY I). M. HELFENSTEIIV, PRESIDENT 

The Western Christian Convention is indirectly, if not directly connected with 
the 1912 session of the Iowa State Christian Conference, held at Legrand, Iowa, 
May 30, 31. 

For some time there had been a growing conviction that the territory of 
Palmer College, located at I/egrand, Iowa, was too much circumscribed by reason 
of other well-equipped and better endowed colleges near-by, hence, it was thought 
best to change the location of the college to some point where the Christian 
brotherhood of the West could concentrate their forces, and build one college 
that would meet the needs of our western constituency. The town of Albany, 
Mo., the county seat of Gentry County, having had at one time two rival colleges, 
one built by the Disciple brethren and the other by the Southern Methodist breth- 
ren, was at this time without any college privileges, as both of the colleges had 
failed. The Disciple college building was converted into a High School building 
for the town, while the building and campus of the Southern Methodist, valued 
at $75,000.00, fell into the hands of the Commercial Club of Albany. 

Rev. E. A. Watkins, D. D., who was closing his first year as President of 
Palmer College, and Rev. J. W. Piper, the President of the Board of Trustees- 
of the College, had learned of the situation at Albany and they with one or more 
of the members of the Board of Trustees visited Albany, and looked over the 
situation, and conferred with the Commercial Club, who offered to turn the entire 
plant over to the Board of Trustees, with a clear title with the understanding 
that the school be maintained for ten consecutive years. 

The proposition was brought before the Iowa State Christian Conference at 
its session in 1912. As the charter of the College was in the name of said Confer- 
ence, and as all legal steps had been taken the Conference could and did by vote 
authorize by approval of the locating of the College at Albany, Mo. Due to the 
untiring and undaunted energies of Dr. Watkins and members of the Board of 
Trustees, with the Commercial Club of Albany co-operating. Palmer College 
opened in Albany in the fall of 1912. The Iowa State Christian Conference held 
its session of 1913 at Albany in connection with College Commencement as usual. 
At the 1914 session of Conference held at Albany, the four States, Iowa, Kansas, 
Missouri, and Nebraska, were given representation on the Board of Trustees for 
the College, and plans were made looking toward the transfer of College interests 
to a more representative body to be known as the Western Christian Convention. 

At a joint meeting of the two bodies held May 31 to June 3, 1915, delegates 
having been sent to act in the capacity of a Convention, from the States named, 
the Western Christian Convention was organized and held its first session in 
said year, at Albany, Mo., and the Convention assumed the responsibility of the 
management of the College through its Board of Trustees, all legal phases of 
the transfer having been adjusted. 



Metropolitan District Christian 

(Reported by Secretary Gove) 

Officers — Rev. Martyn Summerbell, Lakemont, N. Y. — President. 

Rev. A. C. Youmans, Greenville, Ohio — ^Vice-President. 

Mr. John Bowdish Gove, Sprakers, N. Y., R. R. 1 — Secretary. 

Mr. John B. Pease, Gasport, NY- Treasi ' ' '■. 
Department Secretaries — Rev. L. F. Johnson, Brooklyn, N. Y. — Home Missions. 

Rev. Mrs. Georgia B. Weaton, 10 Manand Road, Albany, N. Y. — Foreign 
Missions. 

Rev. W. H. Hainer, Irvington, N. J. — Education. 

Mr. F. R. Beach, Irvington. N .1. — Sunday-schools. 

Rev. R. G. English, Albany, N. Y. — Christian Endeavor. 

Prof. J. N. Dales. Drayton, Ontario— Publications. 

Last session, Albany, N. Y., November 9, 10, 1920. 

Ko meeting this year. Next session at call of President. 

Information furnished by J. B. Gove, Secretary, Sprakers, N. Y. 

HISTORICAL, 

Pursuant to the recommendation of The American Christian Convention, a 
District Convention was organized at the Church of the Evangel, Brookly.n, New 



THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 37 

York, November 11, 12, 1919. The territory covered by this Convention is Ontario 
(Canada), New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and West Virg-inia, these several 
territories including- the following- named Christian conferences: Ontario. New 
York Central, New York Eastern, New York Western, Tiog-a River, New Jersey, 
Rays Hill and Southern Pennsylvania, AVestern Pennsylvania, West Virg-inia, 
and Southwestern West Virginia. 

The following named conferences appointed delegates to the initial conven- 
tion: Ontario, New York Eastern, New York Western, New York Central, Tioga 
River, New Jersey, Rays Hill and Southern Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. 

The delegates attending were: Rev. Martyn Summerbell, Lakemont, N. Y. ; 
Rev. W. H. Hainer, Irvington, N. J.; Rev. F. G. Coffin, Albany, Mo.; Rev. John 
Bowdish Gove, Sprakers, N. Y. ; Rev. L. F. Johnson, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Rev. J. A. 
Foss, Sprakers, N. Y.; Mr. F. R. Beach, Irvington, N. J.; Rev. Arthur Humphreys, 
Plainville, N. Y.; Mr. J. B. Pease, Gasport, N. Y. ; Rev. John MacCalman, Lake- 
mont, N. Y.; Mr. James S. Frost, West Henrietta, N. Y., and Rev. Henry W. 
McCrone, St. Johnsville, N. Y. 

Visiting brethren were: Rev. W. H. Denison, Dayton, Ohio, and Rev. A. G. 
Caris, Defiance, Ohio. 

A temporary organization was affected by electing Rev. Henry W. McCrone, 
St. Johnsville, N. Y., President of the New York Eastern Christian Conference, 
Chairman. The Convention was then permanently organized, and, by vote, 
named, the Metropolitan District Christian Convention. The times of meeting 
were fixed to meet every two years, previous to, and succeeding, the sessions 
of The American Christian Convention. 



The Central Christian 

(Reported by President E. A. Watkins) 

Officers — Rev. E. A. "\Vatkins, Lima, Ohio — -President. 

Rev. A. A. Richards, Urbana, 111. — Vice-President — Missions. 

Rev. H. G. Rowe, Warren, Ind. — Vice-President — Sunday-schools. 

Rev. F. H. Peters, Defiance, Ohio — Vice-President — Education. 

Rev. J. C. DeRemer, Britton, Mich. — Vice-President — Christian Endeavor. 

Rev. Ray Seeley, Yuba, Wis. — Vice-President — Publications. 

Rev. T. H. Meadows, Muses Mills, Ky. — Vice-President — Relief. 

Rev. Levi J. Carter, Eaton, 111. — Secretary. 

Rev. C. F. Baldwin, Lebanon, Ind. — Treasurer. 

The Central Christian Convention had its origin in an action taken bv The 
American Christian Convention, at Conneaut. Ohio, in 1919,. when the comm"ission 
on organization made the following report: 

"We recommend the continuance of the District Conventions, al- 
ready established and that The American Christian Convention en- 
courage the organization of two more such Conventions, the same to 
be named as their constituency may decide. One of these to include 
Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Kentuckv, and the 
other to include the province of Ontario, and the States of New York, 
Pennsylvania, New Jersey and West Virg-inia. These District Conven- 
tions shall be for the purposes of inspiration and conference. The 
organization of these District Conventions shall in no wise disturb 
the method of official approach of The American Christian Conven- 
tion and its departments to the local conference and the local church, 
or make such District Conventions an intermediary of official com- 
munication." 

At the annual meeting of the Ohio State Christian Association at Buckland, 
Ohio, in November of 1920, a resolution was adopted authorizing the Association 
to take the initial steps in organizing the proposed regional conference. At a 
meeting of the executive board of the Association, held in Dayton, Ohio, Decem- 
ber 14, 1920, a motion prevailed instructing the President of the Association to 
call a meeting of the executive officers of the States concerned, and some of the 
leaders of our church, for the purpose of taking the initial steps toward organiz- 
ing said convention, and rhaking- arrangements for the first meeting. The Presi- 
dent of the Association, thereupon, issued a call to the said executives of the 
different state organizations, interested, and other leaders of the church for a 
meeting- to be held at the Y. M. C. A. building at Indianapolis, on February 8, 
1921. At this meeting the following representatives were present: 

Rev. F. G. Coffin, President of The American Christian Convention. 

Rev. O. S. Thomas, Secretary for Home Missions, American Christian Con- 
vention. 

Rev. W. H. Denison, Superintendent of the Forward Movement of the Chris- 
tian Church. 

Rev. F. H. Peters, Defiance College pastor. 

Rev. A. G. Caris, President Defiance College. 

Rev. "W. J. Young, President Miami Ohio Christian Conference, and Secretary 
Ohio State Christian Association. 

Rev. E. A. Watkins, Pastor Lima Christian Church. 



38 THE CHRISTIAN AN NUAL 

Rev. C. F. Baldwin, President Indiana State Christian Conference. 
Rev. W. H. Zenor, Secretary for tlie Department of Sunday-schools of the 
Indiana State Conference. 

Hon. O. W. Whitelock, President Christian Publishing- Association. 
Rev. Levi J. Carter. Later Secretary of the Central Christian Convention. 
Rev. Lloyd Reich, Secretary Illinois State Christian Conference. 

The meeting- was called to order, and Rev. F. G. Coffin was chosen temporary 
Chairman, and Rev. W. J. Young, temporary Secretary. The Chairman called 
for a free and thorough discussion of the advisability of forming such a con- 
vention. After going over the matter carefully and giving it the most careful 
consideration, the motion prevailed that it be the sense of the body that we 
organize the Central Christian Convention as sug-g-ested by The American Chris- 
tian Convention. A motion prevailed that the membership of such convention 
should be composed of all officers of organizations, within the prescribed territory, 
including all ministers and pastors and that lay delegates be elected by the 
conferences, on the basis of one for each 100 church members, or fraction thereoef. 
The following- officers were elected: 

Rev. E. A. Watkins, Lima, Ohio, President. 
Rev. Levi J. Carter, Illinois, Secretai-y. 
Rev. C. F. Baldwin, Indiana, Treasurer. 

An Executive and Prog-ram Committee was appointed and instructed to ar- 
rang-e a prog-ram and plan a temporary organization for the Convention. It was 
decided that the first meeting of the Convention should be held early in November. 
The Executive Committee held a meeting- at Winona Lake, on May 31st, at which 
time a carefully balanced progrram was worked out. It was decided that the 
first meeting- of the Convention should be held on November 1-3. but on account 
of a conflict was later changed to November S-10. After a great deal of corres- 
pondence and preliminary work the convention assembled at Huntington, 
Ind., on the date named. 

REPORT OF ATTENDANCE AM) REGISTRATION AT THE CENTRAL 
CHRISTIAN CONFERENCE 

(Reported by John H. Thayer) 

Eel River Christian Conference 141 

Miami Ohio Christian Conference 59 

Western Indiana Christian Conference 25 

Eastern Indiana 63 

Erie '. 8 

Merrimac 2 

Mt. Vernon 3 

Union Iowa 2 

Western Iowa 1 

Ohio Eastern 1 

W^estern Ohio 1 

Northwestern Kansas 1 

New Jersey 1 

New York Eastern 1 

New York Cential 1 

Indiana Miami Reserve 1 

Richland Union 1 

Central Ohio 3 

Southern Ohio " __. 6 

Central Indiana ' " 2 

North-western Indiana 6 

Northwestern Ohio _ 41 

Central Illinois 7 

Illinois , 3 

Southern Illinois 5 

Southern Wabash Illinois 14 

Total Registration, Conferences 399 

Visitors 5 

404 
Attendance- — 

Tuesday — Afternoon 247 

Evening 385 

Wednesday — Morning 238 

Afternoon ■. 306 

Evening 502 

Thursday — Morning 272 

Afternoon 247 

Evening 310 

Total Attendance 2507 



THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 39 



Defiance College delegation 35 

Union Christian College Rally 26 

Conferences represented 27 

Number of Ministers registered 104 

Number of Delegates registered 137 

Number Visitors registered 163 

Number Officers of The A. C. C. present :.... 24 



Afro-Christian 



Offleerjii of the Afro-Christian Genernl Convention of JJ, S, A., Canada, S. A., 

and the W'eist Indies 

Rev. S. A. Howell, D. D., President, Newport News, Va. 

Rev. "W. Geo. Avant, Vice-President, Franklinton, N. C. 

Rev. C. A. Harris, Segretary, Norfolk, Va. 

Rev. J. W. Meadows, Assistant Secretary, Creedmoor, N. C. 

Rev. J. E. Samuels, M.A., B.D., Secretary of Education and Missions, Raleigh, N. C. 

Rev. Field Secretary, New Bern, N. C. 

Rev. J. A. Henderson, Field Secretary, Townsville, N. C. 

Mr. Wesley Raney, Financial Secretary, Newport News, Va. 

Rev. W. S. Matthews, Treasurer, Raleigh, N. C. 

Officers of the W. ]\. H. and F. M. Convention 

Mrs. Rosa Howell, President. 

Mrs. Mary Stephens, Vice-President. 

Miss Bessie J. King, Recording Secretary. 

Mrs. Effle D. Samuels, Corresponding Secretary. 

Mrs. M. C. Sellars, Treasurer. * 

Mrs. Liillie M. Ellis, Mite Box Superintendent. 

Mrs. M. E. Harris, State Field Missionary Eastern Virginia. 

Mrs. Cora Carr, State Field Missionary Central North Carolina. 

Mrs. M. C. Sellars, State Field Missionary Western North Carolina. 

Mrs. F. L. Taylor, State Field Missionary Eastern North Carolina. 

Administrative Boards of tlie Afro-Christian Convention 
Financial — Dr. S. A. Howell, W. Raney, W. S. Matthews. 

Mission Board — Dr. W. Geo. Avant, J. A. Henderson, A. A. Hazel, J. E. Pearson. 
Education — Prof. H. E. Long, J. W. Patton, S. W. Albright, P. R. Randall. 
Publication — Dr. A. J. Holloway, J. W. Meadows, C. A. Stroud, C. A. Harris, J. "W. 
Patton, Managing Editor. 

Missionary and Educational Departments 

Rev. J. E. Samuels, M. A., B. D., Secretary of Missions and Education, Box 5, 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Executive Boarjl — President, S. A. Howell. C A. Harris, Wesley Raney, W. S. 
Matthews, J. W. Patton, H. E, Long, C. A. Stroud, W. Geo. Avant, J. A. Hen- 
derson, A. A. Hazel, J. W. Meadows. 

Trustees — Dr. S. A. Howell, W. S. Matthews, F. L. Taylor, W. Geo. Avant, H. E. 
Long, A. A. Bright, C. A. Harris, Wesley Raney. 

Depositary — The S. D. P. Bank of Newport News, Va. Wesley Raney, Secre- 
tary of Finance; W. S. IMatthews, Treasurer. 

Departmental Officers 
General Headquarters — 726 19th Street, Newport News, Va. Office of President. 

Financial Department — 548 25th Street, Newport News, Va. ■ Office of Financial 
Secretary. 

Missionary and Educational Department — Office — Raleigh, N. C. 

Publication Department — Office of President of Board — Henderson, N. C. 

Office of Editor and Manager — A. C. P. A. Franklinton, N. C. 

Publications — The Missionary Herald and Christian Star and S. S. I.,iterature, etc 



40 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

COLLEGES 
Defiance College and Christian Divinity School 

Defiance, Ohio 



H. E. Sims, President of Board of Trustees. 

R. H. Sutphen, Chairman of Executive Committee. 

Male students, 1920-21 191 

Female students, 1920-21 281 

Students preparing- for special Christian work, 1920-21 25 

Whole number of students 472 

OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION Mary B. French, Art and Home 
.iw ^ ^ /-. • T, J ^ Economics. 

Albert G Cans, President g^,.^ ^ p^ueser. Critic Teacher. 

Martyn Summerbell, \ ice-President Elizabeth Rimer-Latchaw, Organ. 

George C. Enders, Dean of Christian ^ ^y^rd McReynolds, Biology. 

Divinity bchool. - ^ ,, Bstella Faye Cratty, English, 

^^.^^''d ^L- Lawson, Dean of College. jennette A. Morton; English. 

Elizabeth F Wells, Secretary Stanley Lewis, Chemistry and Physics. 

Jennette A. Morton Dean of Women. Charles Manchester, Mathematics and 
Seldon Humphrey, Dean of Men. Homiletics 

J. Francis Maguire, Acting Head of p^^^^j. jj Peters, College Pastor. 

Este"lfl''Fave^Cr'^ttv Librarian H^^^" D. Falkner. Economics and Busi- 

±.stelia liaye cratty. Librarian. ^^^^^ Administration. 

FACULTY Ralph W. Peters, Journalism. 

Blossom Jean Wilcox, Voice. 

Albert G. Caris, President. J. Francis Maguire, Piano. 

Vlartyn Summerbell, Lecturer, History, Viola Marlatt, Latin and Greek, 

and Sociology. Marie Davis, Modern Languages. 

George C. Enders, Philosophy and Winona V. Fbrrer, Expression. 

Theology. C. R. Vanderscoff, Physical Director. 

Edward L. Lawson, Education. Joseph Reed, History and Sociology. 

Elizabeth F. Wells, Secretary. Gerald McLaughlin, Violin. 

The educational center of the Christians in Northeastern Indiana, Ohio, Mich- 
igan, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, and the New England States. 

Your College and Your Theologieal Sen»inar>' 

Every loyal Christian in Defiance territory should patronize them. 

An ideal plant for Christian education. New buildings, thoroughly equipped. 

Beautiful campus of twenty-eight acres; men's athletic field; women's play- 
ground; men's gymnasium, women's gymnasium, each with up-to-date apparatus. 

Recognized as a standard college by the State Department of Public Instruc- 
tion, and member of the Ohio College Association and of the North Central As- 
sociation of Colleges. 

College Departments — Collegiate, Household Arts, Engineering, Normal, 
Music, Expression. 

The Christian Divinity School — The only theological seminary of the Chris- 
tians. Strong and practical courses are offered. 

Faeultie.s — Strong, university-trained men and women of high Christian ideals 
and deep devotion to duty. 

For catalogs and other information address the President. 



Palmer Institute — Starkey Seminary 

LAKEMONT, NEW YORK 



Male students 62 

Female students 40 

Whole number of students 102 

Whole number of men preparing for the ministry 3 

Board of Inntraetion and Adminl.stration, 1921-1922 — Martyn Summerbell, D. D., 
LL. D., President, Moral Science and Pedagogy; George A. Conibear, D. D., 
Chaplain, Ethics; Percy W. Caris, A. B., Science and Mathematics; Leigh M. 
Lott, English; W. R. Lecron. Latin and Ancient History; Edward Wale, Com- 



THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 41 

merce; Mrs. Rachel W. Bailey, English; Ruth F. Nutting, Art and Elocution; 
• Dell Wright, Piano and Voice; Marion Solomon, German and French; Louise 
A. Green, History, Etc.; Alice M. Ingoldsby, Lower School; Flora Summerbell, 
Registrar. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES — 1921-1922 

Term of Office Expires In 1922 — T. IM. Chadwick, Lakemont; Rev. S. E. Eastman, D. 
D., Elmira; Charles J. Day, New York City; John B. Pease, Gasport; Arthur 
G. Adams, Esq., Ithaca; Rev. A. C. Youmans, Greenville, Ohio. 

Term of Office Expires in 1923 — James S. Frost, West Henrietta; M. Summerbell, 
Lakemont; John T. Knox, Esq., Penn Yan ; W. F. Corwith, New York City; 
Mrs. Henry Van Deusen, Saratoga; Harry R. Brate, Lakemont. 

Term of Office Expires in 1924 — W. E. Bassler, Middleburg; Rev. F. S. Child, D. D., 
Fairfield, Conn.; Dr. Walter P. Anderton, New York City; Hiram Elliott, 
Lakemont; Ward B. White, Ithaca; Rev. G. A. Conibear, Lakemont. 

Officers — Wellington E. Baesler, Chairman; Harry R. Brate, Clerk; M. Summer- 
bell, Treasurer. 

Executive Committee— W. E. Bassler, S. E. Eastman, T. M. Chadwick, Hiram 
Elliott, Geo. A. Conibear, jM. Summerbell, Harry Brate. 

Finance Committee — M. Summerbell, W. F. Corwith, Chas. J. Day, Walter P. 
Anderton, F. S. Child. 

Committee on tlie Endowment — F. S. Child, M. Summerbell, Charles J. Day, Wal- 
ter P. Anderton, Arthur G. Adams. 

Committee on Scliolarsliips — F. S. Child, M. Summerbell, S. E. Eastman. 

Advisory Committee — F. S. Child, Charles J. Day, W. F. Corwith, Mrs. Henry 
Van Deusen, W. P. Anderton. 

Auditors — T. M. Chadwick, Hiram Elliott, Harry R. Brate. 

Counsel — John T. Knox, Esq. 



Elon College 

Elon Coilege, Nortli Carolina 



\V. A. Harper, President 



OFFICERS OF THE FACUIiTY 

"W. A. Harper, President. 

"^V. P. Lawrence, College Dean. 

Mrs. Katherine L. Sturm, Dean of Women. 

A. L. Hook, Secretao". 

W. C. Wicker, Cvirator of Library. 

L. W. Vaughan, Bursar. 

A. L. Hook, Curator of Museum. 

C. H. Atkins, Superintendent of Grounds. 

R. M. Rothgeb, Superintendent Power Plant. 

Male students, 1920-1921 168 

^Vomen students, 1920-1921 200 

Ministerial students, 1920-1921 11 

Whole number of students 368 

THE FACUIiTY 

William Allen Harper, M. A., Lit. D., LL. D. — President. 

W. W. Staley, Chair of the Presidency, Professor of Religious Education. 

Walter Phalti Lawrence, Ph. B., A. M., Lit. D. — College Dean. Professor of 

English Language and Literature. 
IMrs. Catherine L. Sturm- — Dean of "Women. 

Rev. Walton Crump "Wicker, M. A., Lit. D., D. D. — Professor of Education. 
Thomas Cicero Amick, M. A., Ph. D. — Professor of Mathematics. 
Rev. John Urquhart Newman, Ph. D., Lit. D., D. D. — Professor of Greek and 

Biblical Literature. 
Ned Faucette Brannock, A. B., M. A.— Professor of Chemistry. 
Rev. Nathaniel Gross Newman, M. A., D. D. — College Pastor and Professor 

of Social Sciences. 
Rev. Paul S. Kennett, A. B., B. D. — Professor of History. 
Alonzo Lohr Hook, A. B., M. A. — Professor of Physics. 
William Jefferson Gotten, A. B., M. A. — Assistant Professor of Latin and 

German. 



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Thomas Edward Powell, A. B. — Assistant Professor of Geology and Biolog-y. 
C. Humphreys, A. B., A. M. — Principal Demonstration School and Professor 

of School Administration. 
Ben W. Everett, A. B. — Mechanical Drawing, Penmanship, Engineering. 
First Lieut. Frank B. Corboy, A. B. (Athletic Officer 109th Infantry, France.) 

— Coach. 
Rev. Frank Samuel Child, D. D., LL. D.— Lecturer on Literature and History. 
Rev. Martyn Summerbell, Ph. D., D. D., LL. D. — Lecturer on Church History 

and Biblical Literature. 
Rev. James Oscar Atkinson, A. M., D. D. — Lecturer on Christian Missions. 
Rev. William Garbutt Sargent, A. B., D. D. — Lecturer on Christian Ethics. 
Edwin Morris Betts, Ph. B., Director (Southern Conservatory) — Piano, Organ, 

and Harmony. 
Oilman Floyd Alexander, Ph. B., Director Voice (Southern Conservatory) — 

Voice and Theory. 
Miss Florence Fisher (Graduate of Arthur J. Hubbard) — Voice. 
Miss Mildred Kirkland (Elon College) — Piano. 
Mrs. Catherine L. Sturm (Cincinnati Conservatory) — Violin. 
Miss Stella Hendricks (John Herron Art School) — Art. 
Miss Ruth Hawk (King's School of Oratory) — Expression and Physical 

Culture. 
Miss Anna Mary Landis, Ph. G. — Domestic Science and Household Economics. 
Lawrence Marion Cannon (Rochester Business University) — Business Depart- 
ment. 
Elby S. Johnson — Gymnasium. 
Miss Minnie Edge — Librarian. 
Victor M. Rivera — Instructor in Spanish. 
Markv/ood Z. Rhodes — Director College Band. 
Miss Josephine ^Nlainor — Resident Nurse. 

Mrs. Frances J. Ring — Housekeeper College Boarding Department. 
P. M. Dumaphant — Manager Ladies' Hall. 
Mrs. R. S. Rainey — Stewardess Young Men's Club. 
P. M. Dumaphant — Manager Ladies' Hall. 
R. S. Rainey — Manager Young Men's Club. 
Ben W. Everett — Proctor Alumni Building. 
C. Humphreys — Proctor East Dormitory. 

NOTEWORTHY ADVAXCES 

Bible study is required once a week of all freshmen and sophomores, and 
elective three times a week for Juniors and Seniors. 

A Department of Religious Education with four years' work is now provided, 
with laboratory work in the form of a Community "Week-Day Religious School 
and work with the colored population at night. 

A Demonstration School for public school teachers has been provided in the 
Blon Graded School. 

Our preparatory department has been eliminated after thirty-one years. 

The College is endeavoring to get the churches of the Southern Christian 
Convention to recognize the practicability of "The Church's Educational System" 
as outlined by the Convention's Board of Education. 



Union Christian College 

MERO>I, IXDIAXA 



W. S. Alexander, A. B., D. D., President 



Male students 32 

Female students 34 

Ministerial students — men 10 

Whole number of students 66 

Union Christian College is under the direct control of a board of fifteen trus- 
tees representing Christian conferences in Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois, and one 
representative from the College Alumni Association. Two-thirds of members of 
the board must be members of the Christian Church. 

Union Christian College Day (for Indiana and Illinois Churches), second Sun- 
day of July. 



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Faculty 1021-22 — W. S. Alexander, A. B., D. D., President, Colleg-e Pastor. 
Gaiilt W. Pleasant, M. A., l^ean, I'hilosophy and Social Sciences. 
S. Eliza.beth Hatten, M. A., Foreign Lang-uagres. 
Wni. K. Goernandt, M. A., Mathematics and Science. 
Gilbert R. Hammond, English and Religious Education. 
A. Ray "S'anCleave, A. B., Principal of Academy, Physical Director, Latin, and 

Mathematics. 
Emily E. I^renton, Expression, Home Economics, English. 
Elsie D. Shaw, Assistant to Secretary. 
Vera Vaile VanCleave, IMrector of School of Music. 
Fred J. Sharpe, Instructoi' of Violin and Director of College Orchestra. 
Ralph Mahan, Assistant in English. 
Emerson Boroughs, Librarian. 
Mrs. Nan Kelly, Dean of Women. 

Executive Conwuittee — G. W. Buff, J. M. Plunkett, D. A. Epperson, E. B. James, 
and W. S. Alexander. 

Trustees for One Year — W. S. Alexander, Merom, Indiana; J. F. Burnett, Dayton, 
Ohio; C. C. Tarr, Bluffton, Indiana; R. P. Arrick, Farmland, Indiana. 

Trustees for Two Year.s — E. B. James, Mansfield, 111.; G. W. Buff, Merom, Indiana; 
M. S. Campbell, Collison, Illinois; D. A. Epperson, Haubstadt, Indiana; R. E. 
Wearly, Delphi, Indiana. 

Trustees for Three years — A. M. Addington, Winchester, Indiana; G. R. Hammond. 
Merom, Indiana; J. M. Plunkett, Palestine, 111.; J. L. Gettinger, Sullivan, In- 
diana; and O. B. Ratcliff, Covington, Indiana. 

Natural beauty unsurpassed. Easily accessible. Aim: Fullest development 

of life, intellectual, spiritual, physical, and social. A well-qualified Christian 

faculty. A special four years' English Bible course is provided for those who 
cannot take the regular college course. 



Palmer College 

AliBANY, MISSOURI 



Faculty — 1921-1922 

Frank G. Coffln, A. M., D. D., President. 

Daniel B. Atkinson, A. M., D. D., Social Sciences and Biblical Literature. 

Da^vson Phelps. A. M., History. 

Ruth Ford-Atkinson, Art, Dean of Women. 

G. Muriel Hamilton, English. 

Gilbert H. Taylor, A. M., Ph. D., Romance Languages. 

Virgil F. Payne, A. M., Science. 

William T. Noss, A. M., Ph. D., Mathematics. 

Letha McGuire, A. B., Librarian. 

Eva Brackney Proctor, A. B., Domestic Science. 

Gertrude M. Northrop, A. B., B. Mus., Voice. 

Claire J. Velie, B. Mus., Piano. 

Claude E. Dean, Violin and Orchestral Instruments. 

Mary T. Devereaux, Expression. 

Howard E. Brooks, Commerce. 

Zenith Hurst Velie, Assistant Piano. 

Mildred H. Smith, Secretary. 

Male students 46 

Female students 169 

Total students 215 

Number in Biblical Department 9 

ORGANIZATION 

Executive Board — J. W. Piper, Legrand, Iowa; J. A. Tipton, Albany, Mo.; A. B 

Price, Albany, Mo.; F. G. Coffln, Albany, Mo. 
Trustees for One Teai^— F. N. Slocum, Baring, Mo.; C. E. Huff, Oronoque, Kan.; 

A. L. Wingate, Avon, 111.; Rolon Jones, Shelby, Nebr. ; J. A. Tipton, Albany, JVIo. 
Trn.stee.s for Two Years — M. Orban, Jr., Whittier, Cal.; C. G. Nelson, Gresham, 

Nebr.; F. G. Coffln, Albany, Mo.; G. E. Hutton, Madrid, Iowa; J. W. Piper, 

Legrand, Iowa. 
Trustees for Three Years — E. F. Saunders, Montezuma, Iowa; H. E. Warren, 



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Superior, Nebr. ; O. B. Whitaker, \Veaubleau, Mo.; E. H. Willey, Orient, Iowa; 

A. B. Price, Albany, Mo. 
Honorary- Tm.stee — Hon. W. F. Dalby, Albany, Mo. 
Corporation Officers — J. W. Piper, Leg-rand, Iowa, President; Rolon Jones, Shelby, 

Nebr., Vice-President; F. G. Coffln, Albany, Mo., Secretary and Treasurer. 



Franklinton Christian College 

FRAXKLIXTON, N, C. 



Rev. S. A. Howell, A. >I., 11. n., Presirteiit 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

Rev. Omer S. Thomas, D. D., Dayton, Ohio. 

Rev. W. G. Sargent, D. D.. Providence, R. I. 

]\Irs. Alice M. Burnett. Dayton, Ohio. 

Rev. S. A. Howell, D. D., Newport News, Virginia. 

Rev. J. O. Atkinson, D. D., Elon College, N. C. 

FACULTY — 1921-1922 

Kev. S. A. Howell, D. D Newport News, Va. 

Graduate of Franklinton Christian College, Franklinton, N. C. 

President. 

}iev. W. Geo. Avant, D. D Newbern, N. C. 

t-t. Augustine, Raleigh, N. C, Howard University, Washington, D. C, and Payne 

Divinity School, Petersburg, Va. 

Dean, Instructor in Theology, Teachers' Training Class, Civics, and Caesar. 

Prof. James A. Clark, A. B Nyack, N. Y. 

Livingstone College, Salisbuiy, N. C, Columbia University, N. Y., 
Regimental Sgt. Major, 810 Infantry, National Army. 

Higher Mathematics and Science. 

Rev. James A. Henderson Townsville, N. C. 

Franklinton Christian College, Franklinton, N. C. 

Mathematics, History, and Geography. 

Mrs. J. E. Avant Newbern, N. C. 

Scotia Seminary, Concord, N. C. 

English, Literature, Ethics, English Composition, Rhetoric, and Classics. 

Mrs. J. P. Mangrum Merom, Ind. 

Union Christian College, Merom, Ind. 

Physiology, Latin. Geography, and Spelling. 

Miss Mattie Hester Franklinton, N. C. 

Franklinton Christian College, Franklinton, N. C. 

Music and Intermediate Department. 

Miss Judith O. Pearson Townsville, N. C. 

Franklinton Christian College, Franklinton, N. C, Motris Brown University, 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Business and Intermediate Department 

Miss Mary E. Howell Newport News, Va. 

Franklinton Christian College, Franklinton, N. C, and Wilberforce 
University, Wilberforce, Ohio. 

Commercial Department. 

Mrs. Novella Reid Franklinton, N. C. 

Franklinton Christian College, Franklinton, N. C. 
Matron, Fourth and Fifth Grades. 

Domestic Science Department 

Male students 35 

Female students 70 

Ministerial students 10 

Whole number of students 105 



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FORWARD MOVEMENT OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

(Reported by Superintendent Denison) 



EXECUTIVE PERSONNEL. 

27 Cliristran Publishing: Assoviatlon Buil<lin)3r> Onyton, Ohio 
Superintendent — Rev. Waiien H. Denison. 
Field Secretary — Rev. Willoe J. Hall. 
Field Worker — Rev. Simon Bennett. 

DEPARTMENT SECRETARIES 
Devotional Liife — Rev. Ernest D. Gilbert, Fall River, Mass. 
Evangelism — Rev. Roy C. Helfenstein, Dover, Del. 
Rellg^iou.s Education — Mr. Hermon Eldredge, Erie, Pa. 
Life-work Recruits — Rev. Willoe J. Hall. Dayton, Ohio. 
Home Missions — Rev. O. S. Thomas, Dayton, Ohio. 
Foreign Missions — Rev. W. P. Minton, Dayton, Ohio. 
Stewardship — Rev. J. O. Atkinson, Elon College, N. C. 
Tithing — Rev. E. A. Watkins, Lima, Ohio. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 
Chairman — Rev. F. G. Coffin, Albany, Mo. 
Treasurer — Mr. J. O. Winters, Greenville, Ohio. 

Pres. W. A. Harper, Elon Colleg-e, N. C. 

Rev. O. S. Thomas, Dayton, Ohio. 

Rev. W. P. Minton, Dayton, Ohio. 
Secretary to Conunittee — Rev. W. H. Denison, Dayton, Ohio. 

The Forward Movement Committee 



Rev. D. B. Atkinson, D. D., Albany, Mo. 

Rev. J. O. Atkinson, D. D., Elon College, N. C. 

Rev. J. P. Barrett, D. D., Reidsville, N. C. 

Rev. J. F. Burnett, D. D., Dayton, Ohio. 

Pres. A. G. Caris, Lit. D., Defiance, Ohio. 

Pres. F. G. Coffin, D. D., Albany, Missouri. 

Rev. Warren H. Denison, D. D., Dayton, Ohio. 

Mr. Hermon Eldredge, Erie, Pa. 

Rev. W. P. Fletcher, Toronto, Canada. 

Rev. W. J. Hall, Dayton, Ohio. 

Pres. W. A. Harper, LL. D., Elon College, 

N. C. 
Rev. R. C. Helfenstein, D. D., Dover, Del. 
Rev. C. B. Hershey, D. D., Swansea, Mass. 



Rev. C. B. Kershner, Mooreland, Indiana. 

Rev. W. P. Minton. Dayton, Ohio. 

Rev. F. H. Peters, D. D., Defiance, Ohio. 

Mr. Netum Rathbun, Dayton, Ohio. 

Rev. W. G. Sargent, D. D., Providence. R. I. 

Rev. H. A. Smith, D. D., Versailles, Ohio. 

Rev. W. W. Staley, D. D., Suffolk, Va. 

Rev. J. A. Stover, Avon, 111. 

Rev. O. S. Thomas, D. D., Dayton, Ohio. 

Rev. E. A. Watkins, D. D., Lima, Ohio. 

Hon. O. W. Whitelock, Huntington, Indiana. 

Rev. W. C. Wicker, D. D., Elon College. N. C. 

Mr. J. O. Winters, Greenville, Obio. 



Laymen's Advisory Comimittee 



Mr. J. Frank Barnes, Huntington, Ind. 

County Treasurer. 
Mr. W. E. Bassler, Middleburg, N. Y. 

Editor. 
Mr. T. E. Brickhouse, Norfolk, Virginia. 

Dairyman. 
Mr. F. C. Brownell, Fall River, Mass. 

Cotton Manufacturer. 
Mr. M. S. Campbell, Collison, Illinois. 

Banker and Farmer. 
Mr. A. S. Chenoweth, Lima, Ohio. 

Clothier. 
Mr. W. F. Corwith, New York. 

Real Estate and Insurance. 
Mr. J. M. Darden, Suffolk, Va. 
Mr. W. H. Eves, Newmarket, Ontario. 

Lumber. 
Hon. E. E. Holland, Suffolk, Virginia. 

Attorney. 
Mr. W. K. Holt, Burlington, N. C. 

Hardware Merchant. 
Mr. Geo. E. Hutton, Madrid, Iowa. 

Merchant. 
Mr. Charles D. Johnston, Elon College, N. C. 

Superintendent of Orphanage. 



Mr. I. A. Luke, Holland, Virginia. 

Merchant. 
Mr. A. S. Lynn, Orient, Iowa. 

Farmer. 
Mr. E. M. Mossburg, Warren, Indiana. 

Real Estate. 
Mr. M. Orban, Jr., Whittier, California. 

Dealer in Lumber. 
Mr. C. E. Patty, Greenville, Ohio. 

Dealer in Gravel. 
Mr. J. B. Pease, Gasport, N. Y. 

Fniit Farming. 
Mr. Thomas G. Robinson, Albany, N. Y. 

Merchant. 
Mr. John V. Sees, Washington, D. C. 

Attorney. 
Mr. L. R. Townsend, Washington, D. C. 

U. S. Bookkeeper. 
Hon. J. E. West, Suffolk, Va. 

Lieutenant Governor. 
Mr. Raymond L. Wood, Bismarck, Illinois. 

Banker. 
Mr. F. R. Woodward, Hill, N. H. 

Manufacturer. 
Mr. Perry G. Yantis, Troy, Ohio. 

Banker. 



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Finances — September 30, 1921 



RECEIPTS to datfr— pledges, cash gifts, bonds, etc $799,376.39 

RECEIVED to date on the above assets $240,225.54 

(Cash $229,278.56; U. S. Bonds, $3,120; Canada Bonds, $6,000; 
funds in Dominion Bank of Oshawa, $1,826.98.) 
Total Promotional and Administrative expenses from the Move- 
ment's first inception $ 42,468.81 

The Department Secretaries have done a great work for the Church. Our 
entire force has heartily co-operated with every department and officer of the 
Convention. A splendid lot of liteiature has been prepared and distributed. 
Hundreds of our churches have organized on the grouy plan. The morale of 
our people is being quickened in all sections. Many of our finest young people 
are enlisting as life-work reciiiits and preparing themselves for challenging 
Christian tasks. Hundreds are enrolling as tithers and are signing prayer 
covenants. The year has largely been given to educational and constructive 
work carrying the Fonvard Movement plans and information right down to the 
local churches. We have attended twenty-eight annual conference sessions, 
and a larger number of institutes, conventions, etc. 

FUTURE PLANS 

a. Complete the organization of the churches and conferences according 
to the Forward Movement plans, making it possible for all depart- 
ments of the church to use for their work the channels thus provided 
to reach every family. 

b. Keep on with schools of instruction until the denomination is fully 
covered with the constnictive message. 

c. See that the full program is put on in the churches. 

d. Complete the special million dollar canvass before the Quadrennial 
Convention. 

e. Co-operate in every way with the Convention departments to enlarge 
their work and help reach their goals. 



Forward Movement Committees — Conventions and 

Conferences 



New England Convention Forward Movement E. — Rev. C. W. Passey, Hill, N. H. 

Committee R. E.— Rev. G. F. Barnard, Hill, N. H. 

D. —Rev. P. W. Caswell, Manchester, N. H. M. —Rev. G. A. Cole, Franklin, N. H. 

E. —Rev. E. R. Caswell, Laconia, N. H. B. —Rev. W. E. Baker, Woodstock, Vt. 
R. E.— Rev. P. S. Sailer, Westerly, R. I. 

M. — Rev. D. P. Hurlburt, Bangor, Me. Rhode Island and Massachusetts Conference 

B. — Rev. F. H. Gardner, Pottersville, Mass. „ „ 

,- . „ , D. —Rev. E. D. Gilbert, Fall River, Mass. 

Maine Conference tt, „ t> o o -i -iir ^ i t. t 

E. — Rev. P. S. Sailer, Westerly, R. I. 

S- ~S*^^- h S- Flewelling, Blaine, Me. r. E.— Miss Helen R. Stei-ns, New Bedford, 
E. — Rev. C. D. Nutter, Lubec, Me. Mass 

R. E.-Mrs. Alberta Bell. Blaine, Me. ^_ __-^.^^ Bessie M. Alden, Providence, R. I. 

M. — Mrs. Etta M. Hurlburt, Bangor, Me. „ x, r^ i tt /^ j t> it -n 

B. -Mrs. Anna W. Heikes, Albion, Me. ^- ~^^Ma2"^" Gardner, Pottersville, 

Merrimac Conference L. R.— Rev. H. M. Hainer, New Bedford, 
D. — ^Rev. E. R. Caswell, Laconia, N. H. Mass. 



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Rockingham Conference 

D. — Rev. C. H. Fisher, Lynn, Mass. 

e! Rev. W. T. Coffin, Kittei-y Point, Me. 

R E.— Rev. A. H. Morrill, D. D., Newton, 

N. H. 
M. —Miss Alice True, Amesbury, Mass. 
B. — E. M. MacNichd, Lynn, Mass. 

York and Cumberland Conference 

D. — Benjamin Goodier, Saco, Maine. 

E. — Alva Bennett, Freedom, N. H. 

R. E. — Allan Moulton, York Villapre, Maine. 
M. —Calvin Winn, Cape Neddick, Maine. 
B. — Wesley Palmer, Center Lovell, Maine. 

Metropolitan Convention Forward Movevicnt 
Committee 

D. — Rev. Mrs. Georgia L. B. Weaton, Al- 

bany, N. Y. 

E. — F. R. Beach, Irvinglcn, N. J. 

R. E. — Rev. W. H. Hainer, D. D., Irvington, 

N. J. 
M. — Rev. L. F. Johnson, D. D., Brooklyn, 

N. Y. 
B. —Rev. R. G. English, Albany, N. Y. 

New York Central Conference 

D. — Rev. Mrs. M. C. Youmans, Lakevllle. 

N. Y. 

E. —Rev. J. A. Foss, Rush, N. Y. 

R. E.— Miss Flora Cleveland, Watertown, N. Y. 
M. — Rev. A. Humphreys, Plainville, N. Y. 
B. — Frank L. Martin, West Henrietta, N. Y. 

New York Eastern Conference 

D. —Rev. C. L. Nichols, Ravena, N. Y. 

E. —Rev. N. W. Crowell, Sprakers, N. Y. 
R. E.— Rev. W. D. Rockwell, Medway, N. Y. 
M. —Mrs. G. L. B. Weaton, Albany, N. Y. 
B. —Rev. R. G. English, Albany, N. Y. 

Neto York Western Conference 

D. —J. B. Pease, Gasport, N. Y. 

E. —Rev. E. F. Fancher, Albion, N. Y. 

R. E.— Rev. A. Mackenzie, E. Rochester, N. Y. 
M. — Mrs. Elizabeth Daniels, Morganville, 

N. Y. 
B. —George Northrop, Hilton, N. Y. 

Ontario Conference 

D. — Robert Hamilton, Newmarket, Ont. 

E. — Elmer Lick, Oshawa, Ont. 

R. E.— Rev. C. E. Fockler, Keswick, Ont. 
M. —Rev. C. J. Felton, Toronto, Ont. 
B. — E. B. Hoover, Toronto, Ont. 

New Jersey Conference 

D. — Frank R. Beach, Irvington, N. J. 

E. — Rev. Albert Loucks, Conshohocken, Pa. 
R. E.— Miss Lulu Zellers, Hilton, N. J. 

M. — Mrs. W. A. Vanderbilt, Finesville, N. J. 
B. —Rev. E. E. Hoffman, Newton, N. J. 

Kays Hill and Southern Pennsylvania Con- 
ference 

D. • — David HoUenshead, Needmore, Pa. 

E. — J. G. Collins, Flintstone, Md. 
R. E. — E. R. Mellott, Needmore, Pa. 

M. — Frank Plessinger, Amaranth, Pa. 
B. — Scott Bottenfield, Hancock, Md. 

Tioga River Conference 

(Not reported.) 
Southwestern West Virginia Conference 

(Not reported.) 
West Virginia Conference 

(Not reported.) 
Central Christian Convention Committee 

(Not reported.) 



Eric Conference 

D. —Eliza Ryan, Cambridge Springs, Pa. 

E. — E. D. Ash, Edinboro, Pa. 

R. E.— Rev. Carlyle Summerbell, D. D., Con- 

neaut, Ohio. 
M. —Miss Lottie M. Webb, Springboro, Pa. 
B. —Rev. H. L. Lott, E. Springfield, Pa. 

Miami Ohio Conference 

D. — M. A. Finfrock, Versailles, Ohio. 

E. _c. W. Walters, Troy. Ohio. 

R. E.— N. E. Westenberger, Dayton, Ohio. 

M. — J. O. Winters, Greenville, Ohio. 

B. — W. E. Miller, Springfield, Ohio, R. R. 1. 

Ohio Eastern Conference 

D. — Luther Roush, Vinton, Ohio. 

E. Rev. W. E. Ewing, Rio Grande, Ohio. 

R. E. — Scott Mossman, Gallipolis, Ohio. 

M. — Ina Lehman, Nelsonville, Ohio. 
B. — T. .J. Jones, Vinton, Ohio. 

Ohio Valley Conference 
D — W. R. Morris, Middleport, Ohio. 
e! —Rev. S. G. Gibson, Toledo, Ohio. 
R. E. — J. F. Cortmell, Columbus, Ohio. 
M. — Rev. Moses Simpson, Columbus, Ohio. 
B. —Rev. Lucy M. Hayes, Milford Center, 
Ohio. 

Southern Ohio Conference 

D. — John King, Bethel, Ohio. 

E. —Sherman Taylor, Westboro, Ohio. 

R. E. — Mrs. Maude Meranda, Georgetown, 

Ohio. 
M. —Miss Flora Jennings, Higginsport, 

Ohio. 
B. W. E. Kinnett, Russellville, Ohio. 

Northivestern Ohio Conference 

D. — A. Winegardner, Lafayette, Ohio. 

E. Prof. Earl Smith, Columbus Grove, O. 

R. E. — A. S. Chenoweth, Lima, Ohio. • 

M. Mrs. A. D. Akins, Spencerville, Ohio. 

B. Mrs. M. T. Morrill, Defiance, Ohio. 

Central Indiana Conference 

D. Rev. L. C. Winn, Tipton, Ind. 

e! Rev. J. E. Clark, Edinburg, Ind. 

R. E. — Rev. Wm. Shaw, Medora, Ind. 

M. — Omer Leak, Lizton, Ind. 

B. — Rev. Ray Bozell, Edinburg, Ind. 

Eastern Indiana Conference 

D. — Rev. Warren Wall, Winchester, Ind. 

E. — Rev. A. E. Cortner, Albany, Ind. 

R. E. — Rev. A. M. Addington, Winchester, 

Ind. 
M. — Rev. J. R. Cortner, Ft. Recovery, Ohio. 
B. — Rev. Denver Metsker, Winchester, Ind. 

Western Indiana Conference 

D. — Rev. Clarence Defur, Wakarusa, Ind. 

E. — Rev. W. S. Alexander, Merom, Ind. 
r! E.— Rev. Guy T. Walters, Mellott, Ind. 
M. — Mrs. Retha Henderson, Lebanon, Ind. 
B. — Emery Proffitt, Advance, Ind. 

Western Michigem and Northern Indiana 

D. — Rev. F. E. Stewart, New Carlisle, Ind. 

E. — D. C. Mercer, Fountain, Mich. 

R. E. — J. R. Jones, Rolling Prairie, Ind. 

M. — Mrs. Ida L. Jones, Rolling Prairie, 

Ind. 
B. — Claude Miller, Pullman, Mich. 

Illinois Conference 

D. —Rev. John Harper, Merom, Ind. 

E. — Rev. A. H. Bennett, Merom, Ind. 
R. E.— Rev. Walter Fasnacht, Merom, Ind. 



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M. — Rev. Ed. Borah, Merom, Ind. 

B'. —Rev. R. Vernor Ellis, Newton, 111. 

Eel River Conference 

D. —Rev. H. H. Short, Bluffton, Ind. 

E. — Rev. .Jacob Frazier, Frankfort, Ind. 
R. E. — Rev. J. E. Etter, Huntington, Ind. 

M. — Rev. J. J. Bieisiegei, North Manchester, 
Ind. 

B. — Rev. F. H. Petersime, North Man- 
chester, Ind. 

Northwestern Indiana Conference 

D. — Rev. B. A. Kauffman, Kokomo, Ind. 

E. — Rev. L. C. Winn, Tipton, Ind. 

R. E. — Rev. H. R. Jay, Terre Haute, Ind. 
M. — Rev. Everette Nixon, Kokomo, Ind. 
B. — Rev. D. A. Cook, Alexandria, Ind. 
Southern Indiana Conference 

D. — Rev. E. E. Bennett, Cynthiana, Ind. 

E. — Elvis Anderson, New Harmony, Irkd. 
R. E. — E. T. Hunter, Haubstadt, Ind. 

M. — J. P. Emerson, Cynthiana, Ind. 
B. — Bert H'oyt, Evansville, Ind. 
Mt. Vernon Conference 

(Not reported.) 
Ohio Central Conference 

(Not reported.) 
Sciota Conference 

(TTot reported.) 

Ohio Conference 

(Not reported.) 
Kentucky Christian Conference 

(Not reported.) 
Kentucky District No. 1 Conference 

(Not reported.) 
Kentucky District No. 2 Conference 

(Not reported.) 
Indiana Miami Reserve Conference 

(Not reported.) 
Michigan Conference 

(Not i-eported.) 
Richland Union Conference 

(Not reported.) 
Southern Wabash Conference 

(Not reported.) 
Southern Illinois Conference 

(Not reported.) 

Central Illinois Conference 

D. —Rev. G. W. Shepherd, Atwood, 111. 

E. — Rev. A. A. Richards, Urbana, 111. 
R. E.— Rev. J. J. Dougrlass, Urbana, 111. 
M. —Rev. C. Hawk, St. Joseph. 111. 

B. — M. S. Campbell, Collison, 111. 

Western Christian Convention Committee 

D. —Rev. O. C. Huff, Corning, Iowa. 

E. — Rev. C. E. Huff, Oronoque, Kansas. 
R. E.— Mrs. F. G. Coffin, Albany, Mo. 

M. — Mrs." Geo. Hutton, Madrid, Iowa. 
B. — F. N. Slocum, Baring, Mo. 

Central Iowa Conference 

D. — Mrs. E. Saunders. Montezuma, Iowa. 

E. — Rev. W. E. Burdine, Montezuma, 

Iowa. 
R. E. — Rev. Fred Cooper, Albany, Mo. 
M. — Mrs. Sarah Reese, Gilman, Iowa. 
B. — George Darland, Barnes City, Iowa. 

Union Iowa Conference 

D. — Rev. D. M. Helfenstein, Keokuk, Iowa. 

E. —Rev. F. H. Willey, Fairfield, Iowa. 
R. E. — John J. Kyle, Perlee, Iowa. 

M. — C. N. Coder, Letts, Iowa. 
B. — F. N. Slocum, Baring, Mo. 



Northern Kansas and Nebraska Conference 

D. — Rev. R. L. Hendrickson, Lincoln, Kan. 

E. — C. E. Booz, McPlierson, Kansas. 
R. E. — Rev. Rue Burnell, Superior, Nebr. 
M. — Rev. C. G. Nelson, Gresham, Nebr. 
B. — Mrs. Eva Davis, Miltonvale, Kansas. 

Northwestern Kansas Conference 

D. — Rev. S. M. Milholland, Almena, Kansas. 

E. — Ann Huff, Oronoque, Kansas. 
R. E. — John McDaniel, Edson, Kansas. 
M. — Carl Graham, Parks, Nebr. 

B. — Mrs. M. J. Bernard, Dellvale, Kansas. 

Southern Kansas Conference 

D. — Mrs. Eunice Lenager, Turon, Kansas. 

E. — Mrs. Bell Gott, Arlington, Kansas. 
R. E. — Rev. F. M. Strange, Arlington, Kan. 
M. — Mrs. John Woolridge, Towanda, Kan. 
B. — Harve Webber, Arlington, Kansas. 

Western Illinois Conference 

D. — Rev. Robinson Ashby, Lewistcfwn, 111. 

E. —Rev. L. M. Leavitt, Smithfield, 111. 
R. E.— Rev. John A. Stover, Avon, 111. 
M. — A. L. Wingate, Avon, 111. 

B. — L. D. Wilhelm, Maoomb, 111. 

Southwestern loiva Conference 

D. — 

E. — Rev. R. A. Lewis, Redfield, Iowa. 
R. E. — Geo. E. Hutton, Madrid, Iowa. 

M. — Mrs. Geo. E. Hutton, Madrid, Iowa. 
B. — Re\'. J. M. Kauffman, Madrid, Iowa. 
Eastern Kansas Conference 

(Not reported.) 
Des Moines Conference 

(Not reported.) 
Northern Missouri Conference 

(Not reported.) 
Osage Eastern Conference 

(Not reported.) 
Western Osage Conference 

(Not reported.) * 

Wcstci-n Washington 

(Not reported.) 
Wyoming Conference 

(Not reported.) 

Southern Christian Convention 
Contniittees 

Campaign Directors 

Dr. W. W. Staley, Chairman, Suffolk, Va. 

Dr. I. W. Johnson, Secretary, Suffolk, Va. 

Hon. E. E. Holland, Suffolk, Va. 

Hon. J. E. West, Senate Chamber, Richmond, 

Va. 
Hon. K. B'. Johnson, Cardenas, N. C. 

Campaign Committee 

Dr. J. O. Atkinson, Field Secretary, Elon 
College, N. C. 

Rev. C. B. Riddle, Secretary Speaker's Bureau 
and Advertising, Burlington, N. C. 

Dr. W. A. Harper, Organization and Pub- 
licity, Elon College, N. C. 

Mr. Charles D. Johnston, Executive Secre- 
taa-y, Elon College, N. C. 

Mr. C. D. West, Treasurer, Newport Nerws, 
Va. 

Conference Advi.sory Boards 

Eastern Virginia 

Dr. C. H. Rowland, Franklin, Va. 
Mrs. C. H. Rowland, Franklin, Va. 
Mr. I. A. Luke, Holland, Va. 



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North Carolina 

Rev. T. E. White, Sanford, N. C. 

Mrs. W. H. Carroll, Burlington, N. C. 

Mr. W. K. Holt, Burlington, N. C, 

Virginia Valley Central 

Dr. W. T. Walters, 3115 Garland Ave., Rich- 
mond, Va. 

Miss Virdie Showalter, Harrisonburg, Va., 
R. R. 

Mr. Samuel Earman, Harrisonburg, Va., 
R. R. 



Gcorciia and Alabama 

Rev. H. W. Elder, Richland, Ga. 

*Mrs. J. Pressley Barrett, 1020 Park Place, 

Columbus, Ga. 
T. J. Holland, Wray, Ga. 

Alabama 

Rev. G. D. Hunt, Wadley, Ala. 

Mrs. J. T. Clack, Abanda, Ala. 

W. D. Mitchell, Cragford, Ala. 

'■■Decea.sed. 



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REV. RHOLLO H. GOTT 
Kokomo, Indiana 

Rev. Mr. Gott, ordained minister Cliristian 
Churoli, We.stern Indiana Confereiice, Aiisust, 
18S6, at Antioeli Ctiurcli near Franlcfort, Ind., 
and continuous member until pre.sent time. 

Writer of "Field Notes" and occasional 
articles of theological Import for Herald of 
Gospel Liberty. 

The work on -which he gave fifteen year.s 
of study, although reducing his research to 
small compass is known as: Illumination of 
Fundamentals as Related to Christian Church. 

After tlie above -^vas in type, ready to be 
locked up, -^vord reached us of the death of 
Rev. Mr. Gott, which occurred at Brazil, In- 
diana, Saturday, December 24th. 



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STATE ORGANIZATIONS 



Kansas State Christian Conference 

(Reported by Secretary Hendrickson) 

Session of 1921 — Meredith Church, Kansas. 

Officers} — e. E. Booze, Lincoln, Kansas — President. 

H. E. "Warren, Superior, Nebraska — Vice-President. 
Rev. R. L. Hendrickson, Lincoln, Kansas — Secretai'y. 
C. C. Hendrickson, Lincoln, Kansas — Treasurer. 

Trnstees — F. M. Strange, Arlington, Kansas; C. W. Roe, Webber, Kansas; Floyd 
Hog-g-, Lincoln, Kansas. 



Iowa State Christian Conference 



Officers — Rev. D. M. Helfenstein, Keokuk, Iowa — President. 
Rev. R. A. Lewis, Redfleld, Iowa — Vice-President. 
John J. Kyle, Perlee, Iowa — Secretary. 
E. F. Saunders, Montezuma, Iowa — Treasurer. 
Rev. J. W. Piper, Legrand, Iowa — Field Secretary. 

Tru.stees — For three years, Albert Brackney, demons, Iowa. 
For two years. Rev. J. M. Kauffman, Madrid, Iowa. 
For one year, Geo. Hutton, Madrid, Iowa. 



New York State Christian Association 

(Reported by Secretary Gove) 

Session of 1921 — Lakemont, New Yoik. 
Sfession of 1922 — Lakemont, New York. 

Officer!* — John B. Pease, Gasport, New York — President. 

Rev. John Bowdish Gove, Sprakers, N. Y. — Secretary. 

James S. Frost, West Henrietta, N. Y. — Treasurer. 
Department Secretaries — Rev. A. L. Allen, Lawrenceville, Pa. — Missions. 

Rev. Martyn Summerbell, Lakemont, N. Y. — Education. 

Rev. E. F. Fancher, Albion, N. Y. — Christian Endeavor. 

George Northrup, North Greece, N. Y. — Sunday-schools. 

W. E. Basseler, Middleburg, N. Y.- — Publishing. 

Rev. John B. Gove, Sprakers, N. Y. — Relief. 

Rev. Arthur Humphreys, Plainville, N. Y. — Reform. 

The annual meeting of the New York State Christian Association was held in 
Lakemont, N. Y., on June 22, 1921. 

Next annual session, according to the constitution, meets in Lakemont, N. Y., 
on the third Monday in June, 1922. 



Kentucky State Christian Conference 

(Reported by Secretary Wolford) 



Session of 1921 — 
Session of 1922 — 

Officers — Rev. G. H. Short, Russell, Ky. — President. 
Rev. O. H. Logan, Brushart, Ky. — Vice-President. 
Rev. G. W. E. Wolford, Leon, Ky. — Secretary. 



THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL _51 

Ohio State Christian Association 

Organized, ISfifi. Incoipora^ted, 1891. 



Officers — Rev. E. A. Watkins, Lima, Ohio — President. 
Rev. F. H. Peters, Defiance, Oliio — Vice-President. 
Rev. W. J. Young, West Milton, Oliio- — Secretary. 
Rev. R. H. Long-, Centerburg-, Ohio — Treasurer or Secretary for Finance. 

Department Secretaries — President A. G. Caris, Defiance, Ohio — Education. 
Rev. Herman A. Lewis, Mt. Sterling-, Ohio — Publishing-. 
Rev. A. E. Kemp, Troy, Ohio — Missions. 
Rev. W. V. Miller, Lynchburg-, Ohio — Sunday-schools. 
Rev. A. W. Hirby, Dayton, Ohio — Y. P. S. C. E. 
Rev. Clarence Bennett, South Solon, Ohio— Relief. 

Woman'.s State Board of Missions — Mrs. "W. J. Young-, West Milton, O. — President. 
Mrs. Rachel Harrod, Belolt, Ohio — A^ice-President at larg-e. 
Mrs. Myrtle Reynolds, Lima, Ohio — Recording- Secretary. 
Mrs. F. H. Peters, Defiance, Ohio — Corresponding Secretary-Treasurer. 
Mrs. iNlary Hagans, Mt. Sterling, Ohio — Superintendent Cradle Roll. 
Miss Mary Froebe, Piqua, Ohio — Superintendent Young- People's "Work. 
Mrs. Maud Meranda, Hig-ginsport, Ohio — Superintendent Literature. 

All presidents of the Conference \Voman's Boards are vice-presidents of the 
State Woman's Board. 

This Association is composed of the seven conferences in Ohio and Erie Con- 
ference in Pennsylvania. The annual meeting is usually held early in November 
of each year, but on account of the meeting of the Central Christian Convention 
at Huntington, Indiana, the annual meeting -was omitted in 1921, the Executive 
Board transacting all necessary business. . ' ■. • 

It has assumed $20,000 of the endow^ment of Defiance College and thus far 
has paid the interest promptly each year, together w^ith a portion of the prin- 
cipal. 

The total assets of the Association are its permanent funds, amounting at 
present to about $8,000.00. 

It aids in the support of field secretaries in several of the conferences, and 
has liquidated a considerable portion of the Columbus church debt recently. 



Indiana State Christian Conference 

(Reported by Secretary Short) 



Each local church of the several conferences of the State is requested to 
pay to the State Conference a fee equal to ten cents per member. 

Each Christian Conference of the State of Indiana is requested to pay to the 
Indiana State Conference five dollars annually for general expenses of the 
conference. 

Officers — Rev. Carl F. Baldwin, Lebanon, Indiana — President. 
Rev. R. P. Arrick, Farmland, Indiana — Vice-President. 
Rev. H. H. Short, Bluffton, Indiana — Secretary. 
Rev. M. M. Wiles, Kirklin, Ind. — Treasurer. 

.Departni,ent Secretaries — Rev. R. E. Wearly, Trotwood, Ohio — Devotions. 
Rev. J. R. Cortner — Missions. 

Rev. Clarence Defur, Wakarusa, Indiana — Religious Education. 
Re-v. O. V. Rector, Advance, Indiana — Benevolence. 
Hon. O. W. Whitelock, Huntington, Indiana — Publishing. 
Rev. J. E. Etter, Huntington, Indiana — Evangelism. 

Board of Managers — Oscar R. Mason, Charles B. Hershey, Robert E. Wearly, 
John R. Cortner, O. V. Rector, Clarence Defur, Rhollo H. Gott,* John F. Fend- 
ley, Julius E. Etter. Robert P. Arrick, "W. P. Kibbev, IMorris M. Wiles, David 
O. Coy, Carl F. Baldwin, O. W. Whitelock, Harley H. Short, W. H. Wakeland, 
W. H. Zenor. *Deceased. 

Woman's Board for Home and Foreign Missions — 

Mrs. E. W. Henderson, Lebanon, Indiana — President. 
Miss Ina Bower, Darlington, Indiana — Secretary. 



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THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 



Illinois State Christian Conference 

(Reported by Secretary Reich) 

"The business of the conference shall be to arrang-e, direct, or transact such 
matters as may be thought proper and necessary in connection with and for 
the furtherance of the interest and honor of the cause of Christ in the State 
of Illinois." The officers of the conference are elected by ballot, for a term of 
one year, or until their successors are elected and qualified. 

Officers — Rev. J. L. Brooks, Mansfield, 111. — President. 
Rev. A. O. Jacobs, Olney, 111. — Vice-President. 
Rev. Lloyd Reich, Merom, Indiana— Secretary. 
M. S. Campbell, Collison, 111. — Treasurer. 

Department Secrctari'es — Rev. J. J. Douglass, Urbana, 111. — Devotion. 

Rev. John Baughman, Louisville, 111. — Evangelism. 

Rev. W. S. Alexander, Merom, Ind. — Religious Education. 

Rev. E. C. Geeding, Ashton, 111.- — Publishing. 

Rev. A. O. Jacobs, Olney, 111. — Sunday-schools. 

Rev. J. A. Stover, Avon, 111. — Christian Endeavor. 

Rev. A. A. Richards, Urbana, 111. — Benevolence. 

Rev. G. W. Shepherd, Atwood, 111. — Missions. 

Trustees — Rev. J. M. Plunkett, Palestine, 111., to 1922; Rev. J. T. Brook. Mansfield, 
111., to 1923; Rev. I. M. Ploel, Tuscola, 111., to 1924. 



Offerings to Christian Endeavor Department 



From October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921 



Burrows, Northwestern Indiana $ 3.10 

Pleasant Hill, Miami Ohio 5.00 

Bethel, Northwestern Ohio 1.00 

Deer Creek, Northwestern Indiana 1.66 

Laura, Miami Ohio 3.00 

Campbellstown, Miami Ohio 5.00 

Bible Chapel, Southern Wabash Illinois . 2.92 

Plainville, New York Central 2.25 

Spencerville, Northwestern Ohio 1.00 

Conneaut, Erie 2.60 

Elkhart (Riverside), Eel River 2.00 

Majenica, Eel River 4.00 

TeeRarden, Eastern Indiana 2.00 

Buffalo, Northwestern Indiana 1.55 

Concord, Miami Ohio 2.50 

Fairview, Western Indiana 1.60 

Merriam, Eel River 5.00 

Assonet, Rliode Island and Mass 5.00 

Machias, New York Western 2.00 

Winchester, Eastern Indiana 2.00 

Eel River, Eel River 1.50 

West Milton, Miami Ohio 2.00 

Legrand, Central Iowa 2.00 

Columbus Grove, No?-thwestern Ohio . . . 2.00 

West Grove, Miami Ohio 3.00 

Oolumbus, Ohio Central 1.67 

Hidalgo, Southern Wabash Illinois 5.00 

Pleasant Hill, Eel River 3.80 

Portland, Eastern Indiana 1.75 

Hollansburg, Eastern Indiana 2.34 

Eaton, Miami Ohio 6.00 

Vaughnsville, Northwestern Ohio 2.00 

Pleasant View, Southern Wabash Illinois 3.36 

Rockland, Rhode Island and Mass 2.00 



Dunfee, Eel River 2.52 

First Franklin, Tioga River 7.50 

Freehold, New York Eastern 10.00 

Wakarusa, Eel River 5.00 

demons. Central Iowa 3.00 

Olive Hill, Northern Kansas and Nebr.. . 2.12 

Louisville, Illinois 2.00 

Kittei-y Point, Rockingham 2.50 

Kittery, Second, Rockingham 2.00 

Hill, Merrimack 5.00 

Drayton, Ontario 2.00 

Poplar, Southern Ohio 1.72 

Meredith, Northern Kansas and Nebr.. . 3.00 

Ludlow Falls, Miami Ohio 5.03 

Blanchard, Northwestern Ohio 2.10 

Bethel, Central Illinois 3.00 

Collamer, Eel River 72 

Orangeport, New York Western 1.76 

Christian Chapel, Southern Ohio 2.00 

Columbus, Ohio Central 5.00 

Otter Creek, Des Moines 5.00 

Old Union, Western Indiana 5.00 

Versailles, Miami Ohio 2.00 

Ansonia, Miami Ohio 2.00 

North Manchester, Eel River 5.26 

South Valley, New York Eastern 2.50 

Pleasant Hill, Western Indiana 2.00 

Lakeville, New York Central 2.11 

Dayton, Crown Point, Miami Ohio 1.50 

Toronto, Ontario 10.00 

Albany, New York Eastern 13.26 

Elm City, Eastern Kansas 2.00 

West Manchester, Miami Ohio 5.00 

Troy, Miami Ohio 4.04 

Ansonia, Miami Ohio 3.00 



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OFFERINGS TO THE SUNDAY-SCHOOL DEPARTMENT 

From October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921 



Linden, Southwestern Iowa $ 5.00 

Blountsville, Eastern Indiana 3.00 

Brushton, New York Central 5.00 

Sumner, Southern Wabash Illinois 2.00 

Wakarusa, Eel River 18.60 

Wakarusa, Eel River 18.59 

Pleasant Grove, Eastern Indiana 2.50 

Fall River, First, R. I. and Mass 19.08 

Dayton, First, Miami Ohio 27.00 

Youngs Creek, Central Indiana 2.00 

Point Isabel, Southern Ohio 3.00 

Windsor, Eastern Indiana 3.55 

Fairview, Mt. Vernon 5.00 

Eaton, Miami Ohio 5.00 

Antic-ch, Eastern Indiana 1.85 

White Chapel, Eastern Indiana 3.00 

Pipe Creek, Northwestern Indiana 1.40 

Weaubleau, Western Osage 6.00 

Muncie, Central Illinois. 5.00 

Rosemont, Eastern Virginia 14.80 

New Richland, Northwestem Ohio 2.00 

Albion, Maine 2.00 

Noble, Eastern Indiana 9.80 

North Pembroke, New York Western . . . 3.00 

White Union, Eastern Indiana 5.00 

Salt Creek, Central Illinois 1.00 

Hixville, R. I. and Mass 1.40 

Tiosa, Northwestern Indiana 1.66 

Franklin, Miami Ohio 8.50 

Randleman, North Carolina 1.03 

Versailles, Miami Ohio 20.00 

Bible Chapel, Southern Ohio 1.18 

Big Springs, Western Indiana 2.00 

West Union, Northwestern Ohio 1.81 

Lakemont Temple, New York Central . . 10.00 

Draketown, Erie 4.09 

Mound Chapel, Western Illinois 2.50 

Leaf River, Northern Illinois 2.00 

Alcove, New York Eastern 2.54 

Berea, Nansemond, Eastern Virginia . . . 12.69 

Harrisville, Eastern Indiana 10.70 

Blanchard, Northwestern Ohio 3.06 

Albany, Eastern Indiana 10.00 

Middle River, Northwestern Ohio 3.00 

Vaughnsville, Northwestern Ohio 7.40 

Bakerville, R. I. and Mass 50 

Prosperity, Rays Hill and S. Pa 4.40 

Rock Valley, Northwestern Indiana .... 5.00 

North White River, Eastern Indiana ... .77 

Mt. Olive, Central Indiana 2.10 

Sidney, Eel River 3.00 

Beamsville, Eastern Indiana 3.50 

Collamer, Eel River 1.53 

Merriam, Eel River 3.74 

Springboro, Erie 3.00 

Old Union, Western Indiana 5.20 

Lower Stillwater, Miami Ohio 5.00 

East Freetown, R. I. and Mass 1.50 

Kittery, Second, Rockingham 10.00 

Stouffville, Ontario 5.00 

Mt. Pleasant, Mt. Vernon 3.50 

West Manchester, Miami Ohio 5.38 

Tuscola, Central Illinois 5.00 

Macedon, Eastern Indiana 1.00 

Acushnet, R. I. and Mass 1.00 

Mt. Carbon, Southern Illinois 3.50 

Bethlehem, North Missouri 1.65 

Christiansburg, Miami Ohio 4.27 

Coletown, Eastern Indiana 5.59 

Merom, Western Indiana 10.00 

Arthur, Central Illinois ; 2.50 

York, York and Cumberland 3.00 

Evergreen, Michigan 1.32 

Mt. Union, Rays Hill and S. Pa 5.00 



Kittery, Second, Rockingham 5.00 

Grand Prairie, Southern Wabash Illinois 3.27 

Rainstown, Central Indiana 1.80 

Carversville, New Jei\sey 2.40 

Mt. Zion, Southern Wabash Illinois .... 1.35 

Murray, Eel River 3.00 

Morning Star, Northwestern Kansas . . . 4.68 

Sbiloh, Southwestern Iowa 2.17 

Cynthiana, Southern Indiana 4.02 

Sumner, Southei-n Wabash Illinois 3.76 

Sugar Creek, Miami Ohio 2.00 

Wadley, Alabama 5.00 

Oak Grove, Union Iowa 3.66 

Antioch, Southern Wabash Illinois 2.25 

Union (Suri-y), Eastern Virginia 3.00 

Otego, New York Eastera 3.40 

Newfield, New York Central 2.00 

Stanfordville, New York Eastern 10.00 

Centerville, Ohio Central 5.00 

Rays Cove, Raj^s Hill and S. Pa. 3.74 

Prairie Hope, Central Illinois 7.20 

Woodington, Eastern Indiana 6.92 

Pleasant Valley, Eastern Kansas 7.00 

Warren, Eel River 22.43 

Murlin Heights, Miami Ohio 5.00 

Grassy Point, Ohio Central 2.25 

Spencerville, Northwestem Ohio . 5.00 

Olive Chapel, W. Mich, and N. Ind 6.05 

Scioto Valley, Scioto Valley 2.36 

Trenton, Ohio Central 3.50 

Berea, Eastern Virginia 10.50 

Plum Tree, Eel River 6.50 

Circle Hill, Miami Ohio 1.90 

Hagerstown, Eastern Indiana 5.00 

Olive Branch, Eastern Indiana 7.00 

Fall River, North, R. I. and Mass 2.00 

Pleasant View, Western Indiana 5.00 

Higginsport, Southern Ohio 3.00 

Genntown, Miami Ohio 1.00 

North Westport, R. I. and Mass 2.00 

Madisonville, New Jersey 3.70 

Enon, Miami Ohio 5.00 

West Mansfield, R. I. and Mass 2.00 

Neola, Southern Kansas 3.00 

South Westport, R. I. and Mass 1.00 

Milmine, Central Illinois 3.70 

South Berwick and Wells, York and 

Cumberland 6.00 

Medusa, New York Eastern 1.00 

New Palestine, Miami Ohio 4.30 

Union, B. C, Southern Ohio 2.00 

Plattsburg, Miami Ohio 5.00 

Manning, New York Western 5.00 

Johnson Grove, Eastern Virginia 1.00 

Dayton, Walnut Hills, Miami Ohio 9.58 

Greenville, Miami Ohio 10.00 

Fairview, Taylor Co., Southwestern Iowa 4.00 

Jerusalem, Rays Hill and S. Pa 1.05 

North Hampton, Rockingham 2.00 

East Springfield, Erie 5.00 

Locktown. New Jersey 2.01 

Columbus Grove, Northwestern Ohio . . . 12.00 

Dayton, Crown Point, Miami Ohio 4.00 

Mt. Zion. Eastern Indiana 2.28 

Prairie Grove, Eastern Indiana 3.00 

Irvington, New Jersey 50.00 

Oronoque, Northwestern Kansas 5.00 

Bethlehem. Eastern Virginia 5.00 

Pottersville, R. I. and Mass 5.00 

Centerburg, Mt. Vernon 5.40 

Erie, Erie 1.75 

Kittery Point, Rockingham 5.00 

Newton, Rockingham 6.90 

Shiloh, Eastern Indiana 2.50 

Sandusky, Union Iowa 5.00 



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Milford Center, Ohio Central 5.00 

South Vienna, Ohio Central 3.00 

Buckland, Northwestern Ohio 6.00 

Pleasant Hill, Eel River 7.00 

Lakeville, New York Central 3.50 

Pleasant Hill. Miami Ohio 5.00 

Majenica, Eel River 2.50 

Linn Grove, Eel River 3.00 

Piqua, JVIiami Ohio 5.00 

Laconia, Merrimack 2.00 

Sweet VaJlev, New Jersey 2.00 

Red Cloud, N. Kansas and Nebr 5.00 

West Mihon, Miami Ohio 10.00 

Springfield, Melrose, Miami Ohio 1.00 

Arpros, Northwestern Indiana 5.00 

Fail-view, Southern Ohio 1.45 

Coshocton, Mt. Vernon 2.70 

Portland, Eastern Indiana 5.00 

Sandbank, Indiana Miami Reserve 5.00 

Bethel. Central Illinois 5.00 

Eel River, Eel River 2.00 

Garfield, Western Indiana 2.00 

Antioch, Ohio Central 2.00 

Olive Hill. Northern Kansas and Nebr. 5.00 

Cassoday. Southern Kansas 1.00 

Shiloh, Northwestern Indiana 3.60 

Deer Creek, Noi-thwe.stem Indiana 2.00 

Madisonville, New Jersey 7.05 

Lu.trar Creek, Eastern Indiana 1.00 

Madrid, Southwestern Iowa 5.00 

Ansonia, Miami Ohio 5.20 

Christian Chapel. Southern Ohio 1.00 

Six Mile, Eel River 20.00 

IXinfee. Eel River 2.00 

Westboro, Southern Ohio 5.00 

Pleasant Hill, Eastern Indiana 5.00 

Atwood, Central Illinois 5.50 

Machias, New York Western 3.25 



Noi-tb Rush, New York Central 2.29 

Towanda, Southern Kansas 5.00 

Jefferson, Eastern Indiana 5.00 

Legrand, Central Iowa 3.00 

Winchester, Eastern Indiana 3.25 

Liberty, Western Indiana 4.09 

Garrett, Central Illinois 2.25 

Richland, Illinois 1.00 

Newton, Southern Wabash Illinois 5.00 

Union, Adams Co., Southern Ohio 1.50 

Deer Creek, Northwestern Indiana 4.50 

Philadelphia, Eastern Indiana 3.80 

Danville, Central Illinois 5.00 

Sulphur Springs, Eastern Indiana 5.00 

Franklin, Merrimack 3.00 

Troy, Miami Ohio 7.50 

Bethlehem, Southern Ohio 3.00 

North Manchester, Eel River 5.00 

Truro, Western Iowa 3.75 

Medway, New York Eastern 10.00 

East Lawrence, Tioaa River 3.20 

Lakeview, W. Mich, and N. Ind 1.05 

Manchester, Rockingham 5.00 

Albany, New York Eastern 5.00 

Baleville, New Jersey 5.00 

Oranjreport, New York Western 10.00 

Lafayette, Northwestern Ohio 5.26 

Woodstock. Merrimack 5.00 

Liberty Chapel, H. C, Southern Ohio . . . 2.50 

Suffolk, Eastern Virginia 20.00 

Plainville, New York Central 2.00 

Servia. Eel River 2.47 

Huntington, Eel River 15.00 

Assonet, R. I. and Mass 2.00 

South Danbury, Merrimack 2.50 

Norfolk, First, Eastern Virginia 5.00 

Bethlehem, Union Iowa 3.00 

Montesano, Western Washington 3.00 



PEOPLES CHRISTIAN CHURCH, MILFORD, N. J. 



This church ha.s, for the past several years, co-operated with The American 
Christian Convention, and won for Itself a degree of loyalty and liberality. Dur- 
ing this time Rev. B. F. Hoagland was pastor. The clerk is Spencer B. 
Garrett, Milford, N. J. We are Informed that Rev. Mr. Hoagland is not, at the 
present' time, pastor, and we have no report from the church. The last report 
received included a Sunday-school with graded classes, and Home Department, 
using exclusively The Christian Publishing Association literature. The superin- 
tendent was Charles G. Mellck, Milford. N. J. We have no report this year. 



We are glad to list the College Christian Church, at Albany, Missouri. This 
church, at present, has no conference membership, but in all probability will 
connect up with the North Missouri Conference. 

COLLEGE CHRISTIAN CHURCH — Rev. F. G. Coffin, D. D., pastor; Rev. F. G. 
Coffin was pastor last year; Taylor S. "VVatt, clerk, Albany, Mo. Membership, 
47. Received last year, 13. Full time preaching. Contributed to American 
Christian Convention, $10.15; Foreign Missions, $57.00; Home Missions, $30.00; 
Education, $10.00 and $,^50.00 otherwise; Federal Council, $2.00; Relief, $70.00 
all other purposes, $112.70. 

Sunday-.sehool — ^Vinona S. Kyle, superintendent, Albany, Mo.; Marjorie Green, 
secretary, Albany, Mo. Enrollment, 52; average attendance, 40. Contributed 
to all other purposes, $148.00. 

Christian Endeavor — Ruth Brackney, president, Albany, Mo.; Rena B. Kyle, 
corresponding secretary, Albany, Mo. Members — active, 32; associate, 6; 
total, 38. Contributed to Christian Endeavor Department, $3.00. 

FRIENDSHIP — Rev. S. W. Bennett, pastor; No pastor last year; Charles Har- 
rison, clerk. New Paris. R. R. 1. Membership, 27. Organized October, 1921. 
Church building valued at $800.00 or $1,000.00. Contributed to American 
Christian Convention, i;3.25; Relief, $27.10. 

Sundiay-.school — Emanuel Timons, superintendent. New Paris, R. R. Enroll- 
ment, 80; average attendance, 50. 



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MISSION RECEIPTS BY CONFERENCES 

From October 1, 1»20, to October 1, 1921 



CONFERENCES 



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Central Illinois 

Central Indiana 

Central Iowa 

Des Moines 

Eastern Indiana 

Eastern Kansas 

Eastern Virginia 

Eel River 

Erie 

Georgia and Alabama .... 
Indiana Miami Reserve . . . 

Illinois 

Kentucky District No. 1 . . 
Kentucky District No. 2 . . 

Kentucky Christian 

Maine 

Merrimack 

Miami Ohio 

Michigan 

Mt. Vernon 

New Jersey , 

New York Central , 

New York Eastern 

New York Western 

North Carolina 

Northern Kan and Nebr. . 

North Fork Illinois 

Northern Illinois 

North Missouri 

Northwestern Indiana 

Northwestern Kansas 

Northwestern Ohio 

Ohio 

Ohio Central 

Ohio Eastern 

Ohio Valley 

Ontario 

Osage (Eastern Division) .. 
Rays Hill and Southern Pa. 

Rhode Island and Mass 

Richland Union 

Rockingham 

Scioto Valley 

Southern Illinois 

Southern Indiana 

Southern Kansas 

Southern Ohio 

Southern Wabash Illinois. . . 

Southwestern Iowa 

Southwestern West Virginia. 

Tioga River 

Union Iowa 

Western Illinois 

Western Indiana 

Western Mich and N. Ind.. 

Western Osage 

West Virginia 

Western Washington 

Wyoming 

York and Cumberland 



24 


2146 


9 


975 


5 


613 


9 


737 


74 


5704 


3 


201 


43 


8866 


31 


3818 



111 10061 



846 

1907 

658 

542 

1004 

580 

7081 

807| 

8458| 

603 1 

12971 

22981 

716 

441 2736| 

8| 388| 

118|13228| 

6| 738| 

2| 123| 

4| 187| 

7| 4951 

21| 16801 

5| 233| 

28| 26781 

9| 191| 

25| 14261 

27| 15691 

10| 286| 

9031 

803 1 

2144] 

22221 

201 1 

11331 

90 

607 

432 

236 

2362 

2431 

1077 

184| 

4721 

749i 

4731 

35201 

197| 

3321 



121 
8 

26 

29 
8 

16 

13 

5 

5 
35 
29 
12 



1521.1213 
102.931 
113.931 
181.121 

1483.131 
63.951 



1249.71 
88.23 
98.93 
86.13 

1136.65 
34.00 



2377.301 

948.451 

14.86|. 

96.491 

208.271 



1553.69 
486.46 



95.56 
68.37 



166.71 
774.801 

6588.771 

53.711 

632.351 

585.451 

349.591 

1053.731 
187.541 
240.001 
176.261 



$ 2770, 

191. 

212, 

267. 

2619. 

97. 

176. 

3930. 

1434. 

14. 

192. 

276. 



831t$ 

161t 

86|t 

251* ■ 

78|t 

95|t 

ooit 

991* 
911* 
861* 
05|t 
641* 



948.08 

4.77 

58.841 

56.761 

739.94] 

62.561 

974.001 

441.701 

294.101 

14.861 

40.221 

36.891 



•It 



.501. 



73.17 
35.36 

476.88 
71.15 

835.25 



127.28 
156.061 
5204.221 
110.701 
540. 50| 
475.801 
382.941 
810.211 
218.851 

I 

155.711 

•1. 



293.991* 

930.861t 

11792. 99|t 

164.41 * 

1172.851* 

1061. 251t 

732.53|t 

1863.94 * 

406.39 t 

240.00 t 

331.97 * 



69.081 
18.011 

474.541 

38.371 

640.491 



142.25 t 

53.37 t 

951.42 t 

109.52 * 

1475. 741t 



62.491 

137.471 

2256.331 

106.49 

44.02 

1089.86 

141.67 

282.25 

96.70 

545.00 

179.87 



85.99 
4.03 

999.42 
5.52 

625.13 



310.16 
105.63 

2.001 

938.501 

8.531 

405.541 

1797.551 

75.441 

935.821 



362.59] 

110.851 

3.501 

123.301 



231.16 

872.86 

34.19 

673.73 



672.75]t 

216.481* 

5.50 * 

1061.80 t 

3.53 * 

636.70 * 

2670.41 t 

109.63 * 

1609.55 * 



1.05 
190.68] 
217.001 
194.07 
281.04] 
184.69] 
■I- 



12.00] 
258.50] 

24.84] 
465.74] 
309.08] 
252.42] 



13.05 
449.18 
241.84 
659.81 
590.12 
437.11 



189.88 
81.67 

5.50 
754.80 

3.53 

135.83 

806.30 

56.24 

482.44 

3.00 

2.95 
452.31 
270.63 
439.48 
322.51 
119.10 



185.93] 

65.521 

28.67] 

3164.05] 

24.57] 



186.26] 

50.551 

52.75] 

1347.49] 

14.00] 



372.19 t 



116.07 

81.42 

4511.54 

38.57 



129] 
201] 
510] 



64.22 

6.50 

152.04 



Increase 



84.001 

26.40] 

57.27] 

342.081 

7.241 



I t 

94.31] 158.531* 

I 6.50]t 

117.451 269.49]t 



4.00] 
46.11] 
78.91] 
45.431 



1.29 
.20 
.35 
.36 
.46 
.49 
.02 
1.03 
1.43 
.02 
.10 
.42 



.42 

1.15 

1.39 

.27 

.90 

.46 

1.02 

.68 

1.05 

.02 

.45 



.76 
.11 
.57 
.47 
.55 



.47 

.14 

.02 

1.18 



.30 
1.20 

.55 
1.42 



.02 
1.04 
1.02 
.28 
.24 
.41 



.79 
.16 
.17 
1.28 
.20 



1.23 
.03 
.53 



t Decrease 



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THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 



1 REMITTANCES FROM THE CHURCHES 

I American Christian Convention Calls by Conferences 

From October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921 



CONFERENCES 



Central Illinois 

Central Indiana 

Central Iowa 

Des Moines 

Eastern Indiana 

Eastern Kansas 

Eastern Virginia 

Eel River 

Erie 

Georgia and Alabama 

Indiana Miami Reserve 

Illinois 

Kentucky District No. 1 

Kentucky District No. 2 

Kentucky Christian 

Maine 

Merrimack 

Miami Ohio 

Michigan 

Mt. Vernon 

New Jersey 

New York Central 

New York Eastern 

New York Western 

North Carolina 

Northern Kansas and Nebraska . . 

North Fork Illinois 

Northern Illinois 

North Missouri 

Northwestern Indiana 

Northwestern Kansas 

Northwestern Ohio 

Ohio 

Ohio Central 

Ohio Eastern 

Ohio Valley 

Ontario 

Osage (Eastern Division) 

Rays Hill and Southern Pa 

Rhode Island and Mass 

Richland Union 

Rockingham 

Scioto Valley 

Southern Illinois 

Southern Indiana 

Southern Kansas 

Southern Ohio 

Southern Wabash Illinois 

Southwestern Iowa 

Southwestern West Virginia . . . . . 

Tioga River 

Union Iowa , 

Western Illinois 

Western Indiana 

Western Mich, and Northern Ind, 

Western Osage 

West Virginia 

Western Washington , 

■Wyoming 

York and Cumberland , 



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Missions 


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24 

9 

5 

9 

74 

3 

43 

31 

11 

15 

29 

13 

6 

12 

24 

14 

8 

51 

11 

19 

22 

11 

44 

8 

118 

6 

2 

4 

7 

21 

5 

28 

9 

25 

27 

10 

12 

8 

26 

29 

8 

9 

16 

13 

5 

5 

35 

29 

12 

8 

6 

8 

7 

31 

5 

4 


$ 157.871$ 204.96 

28.001 14.70] 

17.271 36.70 

2.001 18.041 

280.65 228.91 

27.00 28.20 




$ 1521.12 

102.93 

113.93 

181.12 

1483.13 

63.95 

176.00 

2377.30 

948.45 

14.86 

96.49 

208.27 


$ 1249.71 
88.23 
98.93 
86.13 
1136.65 
97.95 


301.16 

73.50 




334.91 
66.00 


1553.69 
486.46 


< 1 


18.25 
39.96 




14.05 
26.00 


95.56 
68.37 


> 1 




















i 


14.34 

61.47 

451.82 




14.86 

58.50 

525.24 


166.71 
774.80 

6588.77 

53.71 

632.35 

585.45 

349.59 

1053.73 
187.54 
240.00 
176.26 


127.28 
156.06 
5204.22 
110.70 
540.50 
475.80 
382.94 
810.21 
218.85 


1 1 
1 1 


34.27 
62.70 
53.43 
152.24 
29.70 


59.48 
184.98 

85.53 
212.90 

41.55 




49.60 
10.00 
21.50 
18.86 
85.65 
35.26 
130.45 




28.50 


155.71 






17.34 


73.17 
35.36 

476.88 
71.15 

835.25 


69.08 
18.01 

474.54 
38.37 

640.49 






59.70 
14.75 
89.51 




19.58 
24.40 




34.15 
15.25 


310.16 

105.63 

2.00 

938.50 

3.53 

405.54 

1797.55 

75.44 


362.59 

110.85 

3.50 

123.30 









15.00 




9.66 

38.22 

134.49 

3.50 




38.18 
204.66 


231.16 

872.86 

34.19 








92.75 


116.61 
2.21 

28.93 
115.00 

66.32 
119.34 

46.50 




935.82 
1.05 
190.68 
217.00 
194.07 
281.04 
184.69 


673.73 
12.00 
258.50 
24.84 
465.74 
309.08 
252.42 


" 


1 57.01 
1 116.50 
1 93.89 
76.56 
4.54 
1 


- 


1 21.42 

7.50 

24.03 

164.76 

1 4.80 

1 8.05 

1 


15.89 

17.00 

12.48 

196.56 

2.06 


185.93 

65.52 

28.67 

3164.05 

24.57 


186.26 

50.55 

52.75 

1 1347.49 

1 14.00 


' 1 









• 


4 

5 

10 


1 8.00 
1 


27.14 


64.22 

6.50 

152.04 


1 94.31 


','. 


1 20.35 


21.39 


1 117.45 


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Contributions to Relief Fund 



The contributions to the several relief funds cannot be reported, 
except in a general way. To name the several sources from which the 
funds have come would occupy entirely too much space. The best we 
can do is to group the amounts so as to preserve, in a general way, a 
record of the funds. 

From October 1, 1919, to October 1, 1921, we have credited in all 
251 personal gifts, amounting to $2,482.23. 

We have credited from conference territories as follows: 



Alabama Conference churches and other organizations 

Central Illinois " [^ ^^ ,, 

Central Indiana " ]] \^ ^^ 

Central Iowa 

Des Moines 

Eastern Indiana 

Eastern Kansas 

Eastern Virginia 

Eel River 

Erie " " " " 

Illinois 

Kentucky Christian " " " " 

Maine " ^^ ^^ ^, 

Merrimack 

Miami Ohio 

Michigan 

Mt. Vernon 

New York Central 

New York Eastern " " " ]^ 

New York Western 

New Jersey 

North Carolina 

Northern Kansas and Nebraska " 

Northwestern Kansas " 

Northwestern Indiana 

Northwestern Ohio 

Northern Illinois " 

North Missouri " 

Ohio Central " 

Ohio Eastern " " 

Rays Hill and S. Pa •* 

Rhode Island and Mass 

Rockingham 

Southern Indiana " 

Southern Ohio " 

Southern Wabash Illinois " 

Southwestern Iowa 

Southwestern West Virginia " " 

Tioga River " 

Southern Kansas " 

Union Iowa " 

Western Indiana " " 

Western Illinois " " 

W. Mich, and N. Ind 

Western Washington " " 

Wyoming 

York and Cumberland " 

Independent Churches 

Departments 



% 5.00 

380.43 

52.00 

235.12 

125.87 

1,187.17 

8.36 

1,255.27 

414.27 

390.30 

47.01 

38.00 

148.98 

223.90 

2,600.19 

1.00 

142.76 

107.12 

645.90 

66.11 

2,027.20 

333.36 

280.07 

194.43 

147.89 

751.21 

167.58 

41.60 

105.37 

149.18 

111.59 

4,556.19 

274.67 

125.49 

177.57 

327.89 

143.63 

15.10 

28.68 

17.45 

159.22 

543.09 

124.90 

10.06 

11.00 

66.75 

76.60 

229.00 

789.10 



58 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 






} CONFERENCE OFFERINGS TO THE AMERICAN 
CHRISTIAN CONVENTION 

From October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921 

Central Illinois* 

Central Indiana 10.00 

Central Iowa 21.78 

Eastern Indiana - 31.88 

Eastern Kansas 12.50 

Eel River 28.40 

Illinois 12.50 

Merrimack ■. 18.00 

Michigan 6,26 

Mt. Vernon 9.30 

New Jersey 10.00 

New York Eastern 50.00 

f New York Western 25.00 

i North Missouri , 19.88 
Northern Illinois 22.54 
Northern Kansas and Nebraska 11.61 

T 

I Northwestern Indiana 14.25 

I Northwestern Kansas 17.50 
Northwestern Ohio 25.00 

J Ohio Central 13.00 

I Ohio Eastern 12.00 

I Ohio Valley 4.00 

i Ontario 21.40 

i Rhode Island and Massachusetts 25.00 
Rockingham 10.00 
? Scioto Valley 3.35 

? Southern Indiana - 5.65 

» Southern Kansas 7.50 

I Southern Ohio 25.70 

Southern Wabash Illinois 10.85 

Southwestern West Virginia 7.40 

Tioga River 20.00 

Union Iowa 10.00 

{ Western Indiana 25.00 

I Western Michigan and Northern Indiana 15.10 



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Membership of Churches as Reported to the Federal 

Council of the Churches of Christ 

in America 

1920 

Baptist Churches, North 1,502,341 

National Baptist Convention 2,938,579 | 

Seventh Day Baptists 8,475 | 

Christian Church 105,310 ] 

Christian Reformed Church 40,768 j 

Churches of God in North America, General Eldership 25,847 » 

Congregational Church 808,122 l 

Disciples of Christ 1,193,423 I 

Evangelical Association 159,310 i 

1 United Evangelical 88,847 I 

i Friends 86,800 I 

i • 

i Evangelical Synod of North America 352,644 f 

I Primitive Methodist 9,190 \ 

i ? 

\ Methodist Episcopal 4,175,502 ? 

I Methodist Episcopal South 2,152,974 f 

t African Methodist Episcopal 548,355 

• 

? African Methodist Episcopal Zion 458.574 

{ Colored Methodist Episcopal 245,749 

i Methodist Protestant 176,245 

I Moravian 26,373 

Presbyterian Church, U. S. A 1,603,033 

Presbyterian Church, U. S. (South) 364,430 

United Presbyterian 155,994 

Welsh Presbyterian 14,668 

Reformed Presbyterian (General Synod) 2,400 

Reformed Church in the United States 330,039 

Reformed Church in America 133,783 

Protestant Episcopal, Commissions on Christian Unity and | 

Social Service 1,065,825 | 

Reformed Episcopal 11,806 : 

United Brethren 347,981 | 

i 

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• 

Total ." 19,133,387 | 

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60 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 



Amounts Received From All Sources, and for All Pur- 
poses, Between September 30, 1920, and 
September 30, 1921 

In the following table the amounts given are as shown by the books 
of the Convention in all the offices where money is handled. The 
Convention office handled all the funds, except the following: Home and 
Foreign Missions, Forward Movement, and the Forward Movement 
funds to the Departments of Missions, Sunday-schools, Christian 
Endeavor, and Publishing. The Convention handled $2,481.27 of the 
Foreign Mission fund and $2,102.86 of the Home Mission fund. 

The Educational Department Teceived $4,000.00 more than appears 
on the report. It came in two days after the accounts were closed, 
and audited, for the year. 

There is a possibility of a few duplications in the amounts credited 
to the Convention, as quite an amount was handed from the various 
departments. 



American Christian Convention 

Received from churches and other sources $ 4,987.03 

Received from Conferences 563.35 

Received from Forward Movement 12,000.00 $17,540.38 

Foreign Missions 

Received from Churches and other sources $42,636.29 

Received from Forward Movement 20,000.00 $62,636.29 

Home Missions 

Received from Churches and other sources $22,991.85 

Received from Forward Movement 20,000.00 $42,991.85 

Education 

Received from churches and other sources $ 3,671.06 ? 

Received from Forward Movement 12,000.00 $15,671.06 ; 

Christian Endeavor I 

Received from Societies and other sources $ 230.13 x 

Received from Forward Movement 4,000.00 $ 4,230.13 I 

Sunday-schools * 

Received from schools and other sources $ 1,117.35 ♦ 

Received from Forward Movement 4,000.00 $ 6,117.35 ♦ 

Ohio Special, Sunday-schools 65.07 ? 

Department of Publishing, Received from the Forward Movement 4,000.00 * 

Relief, Received from all sources and for the several Relief Funds $ 19,027.52 t 

RECEIVED FROM ALL SOURCES FOR— I 

Franklinton Christian College 82.18 f 

Christian Divinity School 2.75 I 

Rehabilitating French and Belgium Churches 458.20 4 

Defiance College 233.98 t 

Purity Fund 7.00 

Woman's Board for Home Missions 2.00 

Christian Publishing Association 7.79 

Federal Council 245.33 

Missions 76.56 

American Bible Society 5.00 

Ministerial Relief 2.00 

Mission to Lepers 7.00 

Porto Rico Bell Fund 6.15 

Christian Orphanage 71.59 

Robert Gee Memorial 20.00 

E. C. Fry, Living Link 25.40 

Forward Movment 

An excess of the $80,000 included in the above 23,190.77 

Total ; $196,723.35 | 

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Dedications and Rededications 



"Thus Solomon finished the house of Jehovah, and the king's i 

house: and all that came into Solomon's heart to make in the house of I 

Jehovah, and in his own house, he prosperously effected. And Jehovah J 

appeared to Solomon by night, and said unto him, I have heard thy j 

prayer, and have chosen this place to myself for a house of sacrifice." i 

Christian Temple, Winona Lake, Indiana. See page 64. 

Coletown, Eastern Indiana Conference. Dedicated September 11, 1921. 
Rev. D. R. Lusk, pastor. Rev. J. F. Burnett in charge. 

Elm Grove — Western Indiana Conference. Rededicated August 21, 
1921. Rev. Clarence Defur, pastor. The pastor was in charge, 
assisted by Rev. W. P. Kibbey. 

Franklin — Miami Ohio Conference. This building has not been rededi- 
cated, but has been refitted and refurnished. The upper room 
has been dismantled, preparatory to fitting it up for social pur- 
poses ; the lower rooms papered and painted, seated with pews and 
electric lights installed. The pipe organ, one of the best in the 
town, has been brought down, and rebuilt in the lower room. 
Some additional Sunday-school rooms are under consideration, 
which, if opened, will make the Franklin Christian Church 
building quite sufficient for all uses. v 

Logansville — Northwestern Ohio Conference. Dedicated July 10, 1921. 
Rev. W. H. Thompson, pastor. Rev. Hugh A. Smith, D. D., in 
charge. i 

i 

Mt. Joy — Southern Ohio Conference. Dedicated April 24, 1921. No f 

pastor. Rev. J. F. Burnett in charge, assisted by Rev. Walter I 

Vandail Miller. | 

• 
Pipe Creek, (McNeely Memorial) — Northwestern Indiana Conference. 4 

Dedicated July 17, 1921. Rev. A. M. Thomas, pastor. Rev. J. F. { 
Burnett in charge. J 

i 

Rochester — Illinois Conference. Dedicated Januaiy 30, 1921. Rev. f 

Cora Ti-uitt, pastor. Rev. John Baughman in charge. I 

Stelvideo — Eastern Indiana Conference. Dedicated June 12, 1921. Rev. i 
R. P. Arrick, pastor. Rev. J. F. Burnett in charge. Rev. John R. | 
Cortner, Rev. John Watson, assisting. J 

Tuscola — Central Illinois Conference. Dedicated June 5, 19'21. Rev. i 
I. M. Hoel, pastor. Rev. J. F. Burnett in charge. \ 



62 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

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} "These AU Died In Faith" | 

I 



• "Marvel not at thip: for the hour coineth, in which all that are in t 

I the tombs shall hear his voice, and shall come forth; they that have t 

I done good, unto the resurrection of life; and they that have done evil, J 

I unto ihe resurrection of judg'ment." — Jesus. 1 

? — f 



I Bright, Rev. A. A. — North Carolina Conference. (Colored) t 

• 4 

tCapron, Rev. Levi — Eastern Indiana Conference. Born near Laura, | 

- Ohio, December 3, 1835. Died at his home near Winchester, In- | 

I diana, January 23, 1921. | 

t Gott, Rev. R. H. — Western Indiana Conference. Born near Green- I 

I ville, Ohio, August 27, 1852. Died at Brazil, Indiana, Saturday, i 

t December 24, 1921. See page 49. I 



Hoffman, Rev. Jesse W. — Rays Hill and Southern Pennsylvania Con- | 

ference. Born at Coal Springs, Pa., January 5, 1880. Died in | 

Cumberland, Md., January 5, 1921. i 

Lamb, Rev. Mrs. N. E. — Northern Kansas and Nebraska Conference. f 

Born in Illinois, May 24, 1831. Died in Denver, Colo., February, | 

1921. I 

Logue, Rev. James A. — Rays Hill and Southern Pennsylvania Confer- i 

ence. Bora in Londonderry Township, Pennsylvania, July 25, ^ 

1840. Died at his home near Cleai-ville, Pa., April 30, 1921. t 

MacCalman, Rev. John — New York Eastern Conference. Born in ? 

Scotland, April* 28, 1855. Died at Lakemont, N. Y., January 27, | 

1921. t 

Morrill, Rev. Milo True — MeiTimack Conference. Born in North Wash- j 

ington, Iowa, May 13, 1865. Died in Defiance, Ohio, June 22, 1921. { 

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Rice, Rev. J. — Ohio Conference. Born in Lawrence County, Ohio, in » 

1837. Died January 18, 1921. \ 

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Sample, Rev. J. E. — | 

Smith, Rev. J. Stillman — Rhode Island and Massachusetts Conference. I 

Bom at Charlotte, Maine, February 9, 1832. Died at West Rox- f 

bury, (Boston) Mass., April 13, 1921. ? 

Stearas, J. Wellington — Tioga River Conference. Born in West Groton, i 

N. Y., July 8, 1840. Died at Cherryplain, N. Y., September 2, 1921. f 

Thomas, Rev. James L. — Eastern Indiana Conference. Born near Dun- | 
kirk, Indiana, December 10, 1855. Died at his home near Win- 
chester, Indiana, June 12, 1921. 

Wheeler, Rev. Benjamin F. — Born in Cailis, Vermont, August 5, 1831. 
Died July 4, 1921. 



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ORDINATIONS 



"Ye are my friends, if ye do whatsoever I command you. 

"Henceforth I call you not servants ; for the servant knoweth not what his lord doeth ; 
but I have called you friends; for all things that I have heard of my Father I have made 
known unto you. , u j 

"Ye have not chosen me, but I have chosen you, and ordained you, that ye should go and 
bring' forth fruit, and that your fruit should remain: that whatsoever ye shall ask of the 
Father in my name, he may give it you. 

"These things I command you, that ye love one another. 

"If the world hate you, ye know that it hated me before it hated you." — Jesus. 

Allen, Rev. Anio.s — New Jersey Conference. Ordained at Locktown, N. J., No- 
vember 2, 1921. Ordaining Committee: Rev. L.. F. Johnson, Rev. W. H. Hainer, 
Rev. F. E. Gaige. 

Dixon, Rev. D. — Georgia and Alabama Conference. Ordained during a session of 
the Georgia and Alabama Conference, at North Highland Church, October 
20, 1921. Ordaining Committee: Rev. R. F. Brown, Rev. H. M. Gray, Rev. E. 
M. Carter, Rev. H. W. Elder. 

Evans, Rev. D. A. — Georgia and Alabama Conference. Ordained during a session 
of the Georgia and Alabama Conference, at North Highland Church, October 
20, 1921. Ordaining Committee: Rev. R. F. Brown, Rev. H. M. Gray, Rev. B. M. 
Cartel-, Rev. H. W. Elder. 

noggat. Rev. William S Southern Ohio Conference. Ordained at Oak Grove, 

Ohio, April 27, 1921, during a session of the Conference Ministerial Institute. 
Sennon by Rev. J. F. Burnett, D. D., Text, Luke 4: 18. Presentation of candi- 
date, Rev. A. J. Bowman. Examination of candidate. Rev. "W. ' V. Miller. 
Ordaining prayer, Rev. R. H. McDaniel. Charge to candidate, Rev. W. R. 
Brodt. Charge to church, Rev. W. V. Miller. Hand of fellowship. Rev. L. A. 
Stratton. 

Hnbart, Rev. Perry A. — Eel River Conference. Ordained at "Winona Lake, Indiana, 
September 2, 1921, during a session of the Eel River Conference. Ordaining 
committee: Rev. W. D. Samuel, D. D., Chairman. Sermon, Rev. J. B. Etter, 
D. D. Presentation of candidate, Rev. II. H. Short. Ordaining prayer, Rev. 
Joseph B. Fisher. Laying on of hands by Presbytery. Charge to candidate, 
Hon. O. W. Whitelock. Charge to church membership. Rev. R. W. Page. Right 
hand of fellowship. Rev. P. V. Harris. 

Kno^vls, Rev. 'W. B. — Alabama Conference. Ordained at Wadley, Alabama, October 
13, 1921, during a session of the Alabama Conference. Ordaining committee: 
Rev. G. D. Hunt Rev. J. D. Dollar. Rev. E. M. Carter. 

Milhollanil, Rev. A'ictorla L,. — Northwestern Kansas Conference. Ordained at the 
Morning Star Church, September 18, 1921. Sermon, Rev. C. B. Huff. Presenta- 
tion of candidate, Deaconess Bertha Colip. Examination and ordaining pray- 
er, Rev. C. E. Huff. Charge to candidate, Rev. C. E. Huff. Charge to Church, 
Rev. M. S. Milholland. Hand of fellowship by congregation. 

Nixon, Rev. Everette — Northwestern Indiana Conference. Ordained at a session 
of the Northwestern Indiana Conference at Pipe Creek Church, August 22. 25, 
1921. Sermon, Rev. George D. Foster. Ordaining prayer. Rev. J. Harley Walk- 
er. Charge to candidate. Rev. D. A. Cook. 

Petersime, Rev. F. H.^ — Eel River Conference. Ordained at Winona Lake, Indiana, 
September 2, 1921, during a session of the Eel River Conference. Ordaining 
committee. Rev. W. D. Samuel D. D., Chairman. Sermon, Rev. J. B. Etter, D. 
D.' Presentation of candidate. Rev. H. H. Short. Ordaining prayer, Rev. 
Joseph B. Fisher. Laying on of hands by Presbytery. Charge to candidate, 
Hon. O. W. Whitelock. -Charge to church membership. Rev. R. W. Page. 
Right hand of fellowship. Rev. P. V. Harris. 

Roberts, Rev. Ethel — Southern Illinois Conference. Ordained during a session of 
the Southern Illinois Conference at Hickory Grove Church, Saturday evening. 
September 3, 1921. Ordaining committee: Rev. S. L. Grissom, Rev. William 
Crowell, Rev. M. S. Reynolds. 

Roberts, Rev. James — Southern Illinois Conference. Ordained during a session 
of the Southern Illinois Conference at Hickory Grove Church, Saturday even- 
ing, September 3, 1921. Ordaining committee: Rev. S. L. Grissom, Rev. 
William Crowell, Rev. M. S. Reynolds. 

Veajjey, Rev. G. H. — Alabama Conference. Ordained at Wadley, Alabama, October 
13, 1921, during a session of the Alabama Conference. Ordaining committee: 
Rev. G. D. Hunt, Rev. J. D. Dollar, Rev. B. M. Carter. 



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Christian Temple, Winoiin I^ake, Inciianu 

Dedicated Sunday, September 4. Both the morning and afternoon services were devoted to 
the dedication of the Temple. At the forenoon service the choir of the First Christian Church 
Huntington, Indiana, furnished the music. The choir entered the Temple in processional, and 
being capped and gowned, made a fine appearance. At this service Rev. Frajik G. Coffin, 
D. D., president of The American Christian Convention and also of Palmer College, preached 
the dedicatorial sermon. Subject : Perpetuating the House of God. At the afternoon service 
the music was in charge of the Ladies' Choir of the Warren Christian Church. Rev. Doctor 
Breckenridge, Secretary of the Winona Assembly, brought tbe greetings of the Assembly to the 
Conference and through it to the whole denomination. The scripture lesson was read by Rev. 

C. E. Strawbridge, the dedicatorial formula by Rev. R. W. Page, and the dedicatorial prayer 
was by Rev. Wilson D. Samuel, D. D., ex-president of The American Christian Convention. The 
offering in charge of Rev. J. F. Burnett, Secretary of The American Christian Convention, 
aggregated six thousand one hundred dollars. The entire cost of the building was a little above 
seventeen thousand dollars. The final benediction was pronounced by Rev. Omer S. Thomas, 

D. D., Secretary for the Department of Home Missions of The American Christian Convention. 

The Herald of Gospel Liberty spoke editorially of the Temple before its dedication as followa: 
The Eel River Christian Conference, of which Judge O. W. Whitelock is the president, and 
Mr. J. F. Barnes the secretary, has done a very wise thing in selecting Winona Lake, Indiana^ 
as its regular meeting place and erecting for itself this beautiful temple as its permanent horae. 
The Eel River disitinguishes itself by being the first conference in the Christian Church to \indei^ 
take anything of the kind. And this will not only make a fine home for itself, but it will also 
provide a splendid gathering place for conventions and other gatherings of the entire denominac 
tion. The building committee was: Rev. R. W. Page, Chairman, Rev. Samuel Frantz, Secretary, 
O. W. Whitelock, Rev. Columbus C. Tarr, and D. C. Urschel. And the finance committee: Rev. 
J, E. Etter, Chairman, Rev. R. W. Page, Rev. J. B. Fisher, Thomas M. Ott, and C. B. McOomnell. 



Seaside Chautauqua and School of Methods 

OCEAN VIEW, VIRGINIA, JULY 17-23, 1922 

(Reported by President Rowland) 
OFFICERS 

Rev. C. H. Rowland, D. D., Franklin, Va. — President. 
Rev. Warren H. Denison, D. D., Dayton, Ohio — Vice-President. 
Rev. W. D. Harward, D. D.. Dendron, Va. — Vice-President. 
S. M. Smith, Norfolk, Va. — General Secretary. 
Rev. J. F. Morg-an, Norfolk, Va. — Assistant Secretary. 
Rev. W. W. Staley, D. D., Suffolk, Va. — Recording Secretary. 
W. V. Leathers, Holland, Va. — Treasurer. 

Dr. C. H. Rowland, Dr. W. H. Denison, Mr. Hermon Eldredge, Pres. W. A. 
Harper, Dr. L. E. Smith — Program Committee. 



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The Chautauqua is for ministers, Sunday-school, Christian Endeavor, and 
Other Christian workers, for all who are interested in the Kingdom of God, and 
who desire to become better Christian workmen. Special attention will be given 
to life-work recruits and to our Young People's work. 

Strong programs are presented each year by specialists. The attenda<nce 
increases yearly. It combines study and recreation. Churches should hav« 
representatives there and it is time to plan now to take your vacation at 
Ocean View. 




Scene at Ocean View, Virginia 




Tlie FLrst Christian Clinroli, Burlington, IVortli Carolina 

This is the temple in which The American Christian Convention will hold its 
next session, October 17-25. 1922. Rev. G. O. Lankford, D. D., is the pastor. The 
building is a new one. It cost approximately $75,000. It is pa.rtly of two stories 
and partly of three, and has thirty different rooms finished, and will have six 
more when the basement is completed. It is equipped with a double unit steam 
heating plant, and has one of the best organs in the State. Its entire seating 
capacity is about 800. 
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John MacCalman was born in Scotland, 
Morvern, in Argylshire, on April 29, 1855. 
From childhood he was taught to fear God, and 
do right. In his boyhood he attended the 
school of his native place; but later he went to 
Glasgow, where he apprenticed to the trade of 
a carpenter for five years, in which he learned 
the art of building. But while he worked dili- 
gently by day, he was faithful in attendance 
at the night schools; and so while supporting 
himself by daily labor, gained a solid Scotch 
schooling as a foundation for his life work. 

He came to America in the summer of 1881, and was soon working 
at his trade. He united with the St. Paul Evangelical Church and 
entered heartily into the social and religious life of the church and 
had a class of boys in the Sunday-school. While connected with this 
church, he made the acquaintance of Prof. Alva H. Morrill, who was 
then professor of New Testament Greek in our theological school at 
Stanfordville. Growing out of this acquaintance, and by the recom- 
mendation of the late Francis A. Palmer, Mr. MacCalman decided to 
study theology, was registered in Stanfordville, and was received into 
the New York Eastern Conference as a licentiate member. He was 
ordained to the full work of the ministry at Schultzville, N. Y., on 
June 4, 1886, Rev. Martyn Summerbell preaching the ordination ser- 
mon. Rev. MacCalman was pastor of the Schultzville Church at the 
time. He was pastor, for periods of greater or less time, of the fol- 
lowing named churches: Clove, N. Y.; Schultzville, N. Y.; Middle 
Street, New Bedford, Mass.; Covington, Ohio; and Lakemont, N. Y. 
He was a member of the faculty of Starkey Seminaiy and Palmer 
Institute during the years that he was pastor of the Lakemont Chris- 
tian Church, which position he held at the time of his death. 

He held various membei'ships en Convention Boards and Commis- 
sions, and his wise counsel end kindly spirit added greatly to the 
successful work they did. He was appointed a member of the Com- 
mission on Evangelism of the Federal Council. He was Secretary of 
the Directors of the Aged Christian Ministers' Home, a Trustee of 
Starkey Seminary, and a mercber of the Board of Directors of the 
Francis Asbury Palmer Fund. Dr. Mai'tyn Summerbell says: "And in 
all these various capacities he served in all modesty and yet with 
abundant efficiency. A truer man and a more faithful friend never 
walked this earthly footstool. The loss, by his demise, to the Semi- 
nary, the Lakemont Church, the comjnunity, and the church at large is 
irreparable." Rev. MacCalman passed away January 27, 1921. 



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Milo True Morrill 



Milo True Morrill was born in North Washington, Iowa, May 13, 1865, 
and died in Defiance, Ohio, June 22, 1921. He was married to Alice Covington 
Vaughan, of Woodstock, Vt., June 8, 1898, and became the father of three 
children. 

He was received to membership, and licensed, by the Merrimack Christian 
Conference and was ordained a minister in the Christian Church at Woodstock, 
Vt., October 31, 1894. The following order of service was observed: Sei-mon by 
Rev. A. H. Morrill, D. D.; Ordaining prayer, Rev. William S. Morrill; Charge 
to church, Rev. G. W. Morrow, who also extended the hand of fellowship; 
Charge to candidate. Rev. E. W. West. It is interesting to note that Rev. Wil- 
liam S. Morrill was the father of Alva H., and uncle to Milo True Morrill. His 
first, and only pastorate was Woodstock, Vt., where he remained ten years. 
He was graduated from Carlton College, Minn., in 1889, and spent the follow- 
ing year at Harvard College, Mass. He was a student in Dartmouth College, 
N. H., for the years 1904 and 1905, from which institution he took his Master's 
Degree. During these years he was associate pastor of the Church of Christ, 
at Dartmouth — familiarly spoken of as "The College Church." He taught one 
year, 1893-1894, in Starkey Seminary, N. Y., during the Principalship of his 
cousin, Rev. Alva H. Morrill, and took the Professorship of Biblical Literature 
and History in Defiance College, Ohio, in January, 1919. He received the honor- 
ary degree. Doctor Divinitas, from Defiance College in 1910. He was elected 
Secretary for the Department of Foreig-n Missions of the Christian Church 
at the session of The American Christian Convention, held at Huntington, 
Indiana, October, 1906. During his terms of office as Secretary for the Depart- 
ment, he visited Japan and Porto Rico, to inspect the mission fields, and to 
more thoroughly acquaint himself with their needs, that he might more ade- 
quately provide for them. 

He was brought up in the trade of the printer, which gave him added 
qualifications for his work on The Christian Missionary. During the years he 
served as Secretary, he wrote "History of the Christian Denomination in 
America." This was done by the request of The American Christian Conven- 
tion, and the value and popularity of the work testify to the wisdom of the 
request. He was a prolific writer, always clear in statement, and compelling 
in argument. He prepared and published numerous ti^acts on subjects directly 
connected with his work. His contributions to The Herald of Gospel Liberty 
were frequent, and always worthy the writer and the reader, but, in all proba- 
bility, his "At Prayer Time" holds the merit of his masterpieces, for in them 
he exhibited the highest type of constructive Christian statesmanship. 



Mrs. J. Pressley Barrett 




MRS. J. PRESSLEY BARRETT 



FMILY SUSAN EVERETT, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elisha Everett, 
^ Nansemo nd Co unty, Virginia, was born October 8, 1857, and passed 

to her reward October 25, 1921. 

Her childhood and early school days 
were spent in the home of her parents. 
Later she entered Salern Female Acad- 
emy, Salem, Winston, N. C. 

In 1882, she began her public work for 
the Sunday-school by preparing the les- 
sons for the primary department of The 
Sunday School Worker at Ealeigh, N, C. 
On November 7, 1882, she was married to 
Rev. J. Pressley Barrett, then editor of 
The Christian Sun. At the request of the 
publisher she took charge of the Chil- 
dren's Corner, which under the nom do 
plume of "Aunt Minnie," she filled with 
real success for several years. She soon 
became her husband's assistant in editing 
and publishing The Christian Sun, tak- 
ing his place whenever his duties called 
him to the field. When her husband be- 
came editor of The Herald of Gospel Lib- 
erty in 1907, she became not officially, but 
tru?y his assistant. 
She was a systematic worker. If she was called to do work for 
which she did not feel herself qualified, she would qualify herself. She 
was a Sunday-school teacher in the Memorial Christian Temple, Norfolk, 
Virginia, and at Covington, Ohio; but when she moved to Dayton much 
was being said of teacher training. She had been given a class in thp 
Sunday-school of the First Church of that city; but forthwith she took, 
and graduated in, the teacher-training course. When she removed from 
Dayton, Ohio, to Columbus, Georgia, she was given a class in the Rose 
Hill Christian Sunday-school which she taught as long as her health 
would permit. When she moved to Holland, Virginia, she was not really able 
to take a class ; bvit she served as a supply teacher. Her best work in teach- 
ing at Holland. Virginia, was as insti'uctor of the missionary class. 

For more than fifteen years she was in declining health, but she was 
almost constantly cheerful and happy. During the early part of 1921, 
it was plainly evident that she could- not hold on much longer. She 
recognized the fact, but maintained her fine courage and sweet cheerful- 
ness to the last. Last July she said to her husband that she "wished to 
spend her last days with Ethel," her daughter; and quickly arrange- 
ments were made to take her to the daughter's home, which was then at 
Darlington, South Carolina. About the first of October her daughter 
moved to Wilson, North Carolina. She was permitted to be in this new 
and beautiful home but twenty-five days, when suddenly the death angel 
came and in a moment she was gone. 

On October 27, they laid her body in the beautiful Cedar Hill ceme- 
tery at Sufi'olk, Virginia, where her father and mother, her brothers and 
sisters sleep. The funeral was from the Christian Church in Suffolk, 
and was conducted by Rev. I. W. Johnson, pastor of her childhood's home 
church, Berea, Nansemond County. The floral offerings sent from friends 
and loved ones in four States were both lavish anl beautiful, worthily 
expressing the estimate they placed upon her life of love and sei-vice. 
Revs. I. W. Johnson, D. D., H. H. Butler, and W. M. Jay, paid beautiful 
v/ord tributes to her memory. Rev. Jas. H. Lightbourne read the Scrip- 
tures. On account of illness Dr. W. W. Staley, the pastor of the Suffolk 
Church, could not be present. Alva M. Kerr. 



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Marion Lawrance's father located in Yellow Springs, Ohio, when Marion 
was not more than four years old. Here he remained until he was twenty 

years of age, during which 
time he attended the Christian 
Church and Sunday-school. Dui- 
ing a series of meetings, con- 
ducted by Elder N. Summerbell, 
he and his brother went to the 
altar, and afterward he united 
v.'ith the Christian Church. He 
was baptized in "the branch" 
not far from the college build- 
ing, and, by invitation of Rev. 
Dr. Weston, took charge of the 
young people's choir. While yet 
in early manhood he decided to 
enter the Christian ministry, 
but his health failing, he was 
compelled to give up his studies, 
and consequently his desire for 
the pulpit. His father was at 
one time agent of The Christian 
Publishing Association. Upon 
leaving Yellow Springs, and 
Lawrance and Eidredge locating in Toledo, Marion 

united with the Congregational Church, and is now known as one of the 

greate£;t Sunday-school workers of the world. 




Increase and Efficiency 



For years we have quoted our Sunday-schools as comprising "about 100,000 
members." Last year, actual count showed that we lacked 20,000 of that 
number. The Sunday-school Board is putting on a campaign, under the above 
heading to secure that other Ten Thousand before October, 1922. Remember 
that this is our Quadrennial Year, and write to Mr. Hermon Eldredge, Y. M. 
C. A., Erie, Pa., or Mrs. F. E. Bullock, C. P. A. Building, Dayton, Ohio, for 
information that will help you do your part toward reaching our goal, 100,000 
members in our Sunday-schools by the time of our Quadrennium Convention, 
October, 1922. 

It will not answer now to have Queen Anne homes for the family; big red 
bams for the horses; modern pens for the pigs; the latest pattern of hen- 
houses for biddy and her brood; a dollar an hour for farm labor; five hundred 
dollars a year for pastoral service; a thousand dollars each for automobiles; 
a one-story house, poorly furnished, in which to worship God. 



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Christian Clinrch, Tu.seola, Illinoi.s 

This building- takes the place of the one destroyed by fire on the night of 
Janviary 26. 1921. It was erected under the pastoral care of Rev. I. M. Hoel, ' 
and was dedicated on Sunday, June 5. 1921, Rev. J. F. Burnett, officiating-. The 
formal program of dedication was as follows. Sermon and offering, by Rev. J. F. 
Burnett. Presentation of the keys. Rev. John Baughman. Reading the dedicatorial 
formula, Rev. J. F. Burnett. Dedicatory prayer, Rev. I. M. Hoel. 



Our local churches are providing themselves with large and -well-furnished 
houses of worship. Old things are passing away, behold, they are becoming 
new, in the style of church ai'chitecture, as well as in spiritual experiences. 
The new demands upon the church call for added conveniences in the building. 
The one-room house in which the older generation worshiped must be dis- 
placed by the modem stnicture, for it alone is adequate as a building for the 
needs of the hour. We now have quite a number of church buildings, ranging 
from seven to thirty rooms, and all of them used for the purpose for which 
they were built. 



The Christians are building for the future, amply, solidly, but in the years 
to come, when new demands shall have arisen, these splendid buildings will 
give place to larger and more commodious ones. This is the law of progress. 
The log cabin of the pioneer has been displaced by the modern home; the old 
straw pile of the first settler has given way to the big red barn ; the scythe and 
the sickle have nisted away, and the farmer drives afield with horses of steel 
and machinery of power; the old stage-coach and canal boat are things of the 
past, for we now travel by steam, and talk by electricity. The church that 
would serve the age in which it lives must look well to the style of its 
architecture. 



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Christian Church, Coletoivn, Ohio 

Dedicated Sunday, September 11, 1921. Rev. Dwig-ht R. I^usk, pastor. Rev. J. 
F. Burnett, officiating-. The following order of service was observed: Sermon in 
the forenoon, and the offering, by Rev. J. F. Burnett; sermon in the afternoon 
by Rev. W. Max Shaffer, President of the Eastern Indiana Conference, and its 
Field Secretary; reading the dedicatorial formula. Rev. D. R. Lusk; dedicatory 
prayer. Rev. R. P. Arrick. 



Last year every Superintendent in the Sunday-schools of our denomina- 
tion received a letter with this slogan printed upon its face — "Give More 
Thought to Children." It was our first denominational appeal for an observ- 
ance of Children's Week. Several years ago, Mrs. Maud J. Baldwin, the Inter- 
national Superintendent of the Children's Division work conceived the idea of 
using the "Baby Week" promoted by the Government as an opportunity for 
enlisting parents, educators, and community interests in a campaign for the 
religious nurture and education of our children. Numbers of our churches 
have participated in county programs heretofore, and last year many schools 
wTote to the Sunday-school Board for supplies to aid in the observance of this 
Children's Week. It is hoped that eveiy Sunday-school in the Christian Church 
will observe Children's Week, April 30 — May 7, 1922. Write to Mrs. F. E. 
Bullock, Superintendent Children's Division, Room 27, C. P. A. Building, Day- 
ton, Ohio, for information and supplies. 

Literature is being prepared which \\all assist in carrying out the threefold 
objective of Children's Week — more thought for childhood in the Home, the 
Church and the Community. The slogan for this year will be Hoovei-^s state- 
ment, "The Race Marches Forward on the Feet of Little Children." Children's 
Week will be a splendid time to discuss starting a "Vacation Bible School" dur- 
ing the summer months to supplement the teaching of the Sunday-school. More 
training for our youth is a vital necessity. We shall never have boys and girls 
able to give a reason for the faith that is in them, with but one hour a week of 
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Licentiate Members 1921 



The following- named conferences have reported licentiates received to mem- 
bership during- 1921. The conferences not mentioned had no additions. 



Alabama 

Carpenter, S. W. 
Dollar, Jessie 
Pollard, M. R. 

Central Indiana 

Doncan, C. A. 
E^a.stern Indiana 

Elllckson, Bessie 
Ford, Frank 
Gates, Fred 
Howell, Lester 
Neal, Ora 
Routh, Laura 

Eia.stern Virginia 

Chadwick, James B. 

Eel River 

Bouman, Dennis D. 
Kirkendall, Miss Frieda 

Erie 

Gleason, Rufus H. 

Georgia and Alabama 

Eastwood, Ellis 
McDowell, A. S. 
Reese, C. L. 
Willingham, W. W. 

Illinoijsi 

Clark, J. J. 
Ellis, R. Vernor 
Leek, Cecil 
Mason, Dalty 
Oaten, John 



Kentueky Christian 

Miller, O. W. 
Miami Ohio 

Bullock, Mrs. Fred E. 
North^ve.stern Indiana 

Peikins, C. F. 
Ohio Ea.stern 

Souders, Lawrence 
Mossman, Scott 

Rhode Ishind and Massachusetts 

Loftus, John 
Smith, Daniel H. 
Thomas, Walter S. 

Scioto Valley 

Canter, A. A. 
Dollison, A. F. 
ShuU, Andy 
Shreves, J. E. 
Tyler, W. G. 

Southern Illinois 

Jackson, William 
Williams, E. M. 

South-»vestern Western Virginia 

Leg-g-, J. A. 
Virginia Valley Central 

Townsend, L. R. 



The plans of the Home Mission Department for the field work are being 
enhanced very much by the work of Rev. McD. Howsare as G ener al Field 
Secretary. For the months of September, October, and 
November he devoted his time to the Southern Ohio 
Conference, where he put on a simultaneous campaign 
for evangelism which resulted in many additions to the 
churches of that conference. That campaign was fol- 
lowed immediately by a series of Institutes for Laymen 
to discuss efficient methods of church work and line up 
the revived churches for definite service in their com- 
munities. 

The Home Mission Department has issued a tenta- 
tive program for these institutes, and with it a list 
of forty questions for thought and discussion. Brother 
Howsare will go to aid other field men in putting on 
these institutes in the churches. He is now working 
with a group of the leaders on a model constitution which will be offered to 
the churches. 

Another plan for the work of the field secretary is the development of lay 
leaders and training them for pastoral service during the time of the dearth 
of pastors. 




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CHRISTIAN PARSONAGE, DANVILLE, ILLINOIS 

This building was dedicated on Sunday, September 
18, Rev. Omer S. Thomas, D. D., Secretary for the 
Department of Home Missions, in charge. Rev. M. 
Eugene Willard, pastor. The dedicatory service oc- 
curred from the front veranda of the parsonage. Rev. 
Bessie H. Willard, wife of the pastor, offered the 
dedicatory prayer. Mr. Atherton, chairman of the 
building committee, presented the keys which were re- 
ceived by the pastor who expressed the hope that "their 
doors might always be open to those who needed their 
ministry, and that the true spirit of the Master might 
always be issuing from them." 

Rev. Alva M. Kerr, editor of The Herald of Gospel 
Liberty, spoke editorially of the event as follows: 

One of the very best things which the Home Mis- 
sion Department is doing at the present time is to co- 
operate with churches to help them secure a home for 
their pastor. Through the Parsonage Loan Fund, a 
number of churches are finding it possible to have a 
church residence, and some to have a resident pastor 
for the first time in their existence. The church at 
Danville, Illinois, is one of the latest to avail themselves 
of this help, and the pretty little home above is the 
good result of their effort. To own a parsonage and 
have a resident pastor lifts a church out of one class 
into a much higher and better one — and ought to be 
the first aim of every congregation. 



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THE AGED CHRISTIAN MINISTERS' H09IE 
By M. Suinmerbell 

The Aged Christian Ministers' Mome, at Lakemont, New York, has been established by 
the denomination to care for its ministers and their wives when unable to carry on their work. 
Its situation is one of the most beautiful in the land, and is close to one of our most intelligent 
and progressive churches. Unfortunately the building which is used for the Home is not 
large enough to accommodate ail who apply, nor is the income sufficient to meet present needs. 
Extensive alterations and extensions should be made soon, and will be made as soon as the 
means is provided. Many of our people have been richly blessed in basket and store, and it 
would be well if they were to consider the claim upon us of these retired servants of the 
Lord. In the making of wills there should be remembrance of the Home, and contributions 
from the churches would be in order to a generous extent. 

The members of the Home at present are Rev. and Mrs. Edward French, who were well 
known in New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania ; Mrs. Amy Davis, whose husband was 
one of our most efficient preachers ; Mrs. Hallam, widow of Rev. E. C. H'allam, who was for 
forty years a leading missionary in India, and Rev. and Mrs. Robert G. Fenton, from the New 
York Eastern Conference. The Matron of the Home is Mrs. Edward Moon, whose kindly care 
of our old people is solicitous and tender.. The Directors of the Home are Rev. J. W. 
Wilson, of Jamestown, N. Y., who is also President of the Board ; Rev. John B. Gove, of 
Sprakers, Secretary ; Mr. Jas. S. Frost, of West Henrietta, Treasurer ; Dr. M. Summerbell, 
Lakemont ; Dr. F. S. Child, Fairfield, Conn. ; Mr. John B. Pease, of Gasport, and Dr. G. A. 
Conibear, of Lakemont. 




Seated, Deacon David Day. First row, standing. Deacon R. M. Blackburn, 
and Deacon A. B. McBride, chairman of the Building- Committee. Next three. Prof. 
Robert Day, Secretary of the Building Committee, "Tommy" Thompson, Treas- 
urer, and Charles Chandler, Trustee. Back row. Revs. W. V. Miller and J. F. 
Burnett. The above picture was taken on Sunday afternoon, April 24, when the 
Mt. Joy Christian Church was dedicated. 



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Rev. G, Robert Van Zant 
Teaelier, iitusioian, preacher 
Pastor of the Darlington Christian Church 




The Darlington, Indiana, Christian Church 
Western Indiana Conference 



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The Parish House is a building forty-eight by sixty 
feet. It is two full stories above ground. It is a combi- 
nation building. Seven rooms, and bath, along the front, 
upstairs and down, comprise the 
pastor's living rooms. The rear of 
the building is for church use. It 
is built to accommodate a modem- 
ly organized Sunday-school, not 
only furnishing separate class- 
rooms, but is built so that each de- 
partment is to itself. The Primary 
Department, and Intermediate De- 
partments are on the first floor. 
The Junior Department, with eight 
rooms, is on the second floor. A 
room for all mid-week services on 
the first floor, carpeted, and easily 
heated, will be appreciated by the choir, orchestra, and 
prayer meeting folks. There is a passageway from the 
main floor to the church auditorium, and from one base- 
ment to the other. 

In the Parish House there is a dining room, which 
will accommodate one hundred and twenty-five people at 
one sitting. Also a large, modernly equipped kitchen, 
and the heating plant for this building. The church 
building will only be used for occasions of Sunday wor- 
ship, and Sunday-school, etc. All mid-week meetings of 
a smaller nature will be held in the Parish House. The 
building is finished and equipped to the last detail. The 
remodeling of the church and building of the Parish 
House cost about twenty thousand dollars, counting 
what labor was donated by the membership of the church. 



REV. HARRY G. ROWE 

Pastor Warren Chris- 
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The Peoples Christian Church was organized a little over 
twelve years ago by Dr. A. W. Lightbourne, of sainted memory. 
For several months the congregation met for worship each Sunday 

in The Nixon Opera House, 
but soon set their hands to 
the task of building this 
large and commodious 
church edifice which was 
dedicated in June of 1910. 
The building is a long 
structure of the Gothic type 
of architecture, having the 
largest auditorium in the 
city, with an actual seating 
capacity of more than seven 
hundred, a church parlor, 
pastor's office, and gallery. 
The basement is well lighted 
and equipped for socials, re- 
creational privileges, and 
Sunday-school work. Dr. 
Roy C. Helfenstein became 
pastor of Peoples Church 
ROY c. HELFENSTEIN October 1, 1920. 

During the past year one hundred and two new members have 
been received into the church, seventy of whom united by confession 
of faith. Within the last few months a beautiful new Kimball Pipe 
Organ has been installed, and several large memorial windows 
placed. This church launched the "Fast Covenant Plan" of raising 
money for the starving children of Armenia and China last year — 
a plan which was later adopted by hundreds of churches of different 
denominations throughout the nation. 

The church uses the Weekly Duplex Envelopes and budget sys- 
tem of finance, and raises its budget by the Every Member Vol- 
unteer Plan. The church had a balance of more than five hundred 
dollars at the close of the conference year. The budget for 1922 
is $8,815.00 (eight thousand, eight hundred and fifteen dollars). 




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Peoples Christian Churchy Oover, Dela'tvsire 

R. C. Helfenstein, Minister 

Residence, 109 S. Bradford Street, Telephone 230 

This church stands for the g-ospel of Jesus Christ as God's only power to 
save our lives, our homes, our community, our nation, and the world, — a grospel 
which is both individualistic and social. 

We believe that personal interpretation of the scriptures is the privilege and 
duty of every Christian; that the medieval creeds and worn-out doginas of the 
past haVe no part in present day Christianity, but that each individual should 
deduce his own creed from the Bible and from the experiences of life. 

Our requirement for church membership is the acceptance of Christ as Savior 
and the desire to follow and serve him. 



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WOMAN'S DEPARTMENT 



Our Women's Missionary Work 

in a Nutshell 

1920-21 



In Franklinton, N. C. 
Haverhill, Mass. 

Western Washington 

Porto Rico, Japan 

Union Enterprises 

At Home and Abroad 

We Are Asking 

Our women and young people to give $25,000 during 
1921-22. 

Aren't you glad you are helping? 
"Inasmuch as ye did it unto the least of these, my breth- 
ren, ye did it unto me." 



f ' ' Saved for Service : ' ' 

\ Members in Organization of Women's Missionary So- 

cieties, Young People's Societies, Children's Societies, and 
Missionary Cradle Rolls, 8721. 

Publications : 

Leaflets printed 40,500 

Leaflets distributed 32,861 

The Christian Missionary s 

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3942 subscribers. i 

Resources : 

Dues, Mite Boxes, Thank-offering, Gifts, Life Member- 
ships, totaling $18,771.02. 

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WOMAN'S BOARD FOR HOME MISSIONS 

Honorary President — Rev. Emily K. Bishop, 1231 W. Fifth St., Dayton, Ohio. 
President — Mrs. Athella M. Howsare, 1535 North Euclid Ave., Dayton, Ohio. 
Vice-President — Mrs. O. W. Whitelock, Huntington, Ind. 
Recording- Secretary — Miss Beryl McReynolds, Sharpsville, Ind. 

Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. Alice M. Burnett, 310 S. Broadway, Dayton, Ohio. 
Treasurer — Mrs. Abbie B. Denison, 760 Ferguson Ave., Dayton, Ohio. 
Superintendent Mission Interests Among Immigrants — Mrs. May C. Caswell 496 
Hall St., Manchester, N. H. 



WOMAN'S BOARD FOR FOREIGN MISSIONS 

Honorary President — Rev. Ellen G. Gustin, Attleboro, Mass. 

President — Mrs. Alice V. Morrill, 20 College Place, Defiance, Ohio. 

Vice-President — Mrs. C. H. Rowland, Franklin, Va. 

Recording Secretary — ^Mrs. W. P. Minton, 318 Edgar Ave., Dayton, Ohio. 

Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. Lulu C. Helfenstein, 1230 Phillips Ave., Dayton, O. 

Treasurer — Miss Mary A. Rowell, 125 S. Main St., Franklin, N. H. 



SUPERINTENDENTS FOR BOTH BOARDS 

Superintendent of Cradle Roll Work — Mrs. Noma C. Johnson, 147 Ridge Ave., 
Dayton, Ohio. 

Superintendent of Literature — Mrs. Emma S. Powers, C. P. A. Building, Dayton, O. 
Superintendent of Young People's Work — Miss Carrie Robison, North Springfield, 
Pennsylvania. 

Student Secretary for Schools and Colleges — Miss Etoile Sando, Boonville, Mo. 
Superintendent of Stewardship — Mrs. C. W. Johnson, 311 W. Oregon St., Urbana, 
Illinois. 



WOMAN'S BOARD OF THE NEW ENGLAND CHRISTIAN 
CONVENTION 

President — Mrs. May C. Caswell, 496 Hall St., Manchester, N. H. 

Vice-Presidents (one from each conference) — Maine, Mrs. T. G. Moses Lubec 
Maine; Merrimack, Mrs. Arthur Green, Hill, N. H.; Massachusetts, Rev. Ellen 
G. Gustm, Attleboro, Mass.; Rockingham, Mrs. Ella MacNichol, 79 Clark St., B. 
Lynn, Mass.; York and Cumberland, Mrs. Alva Bennett, Saco, Maine. 

Recording Secretary — Mrs. E. L. Goodwin, Roslindale, Mass. 

Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. N. M. Heikes, Albion, Maine. 



WOMAN'S BOARDS OF THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN CONVENTION 

Officers 

President — Mrs. W. A. Harper, Elon College, N. C. 
Vice-President — Mrs. C. H. Rowland, Franklin, Va. 
Secretary — Mrs. W. H. Carroll, Burlington, N. C. 
Treasurer — Mrs. W. T. Walters, 3115 Garland, Richmond, Va. 
Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. A. T. Banks, Henderson, N. C. 
Superintendent Young People's Society — Mrs. W. V. Leathers, Holland, Va. 
Superintendent Cradle Roll — Mrs. Boyd Richards, Winchester, Va. 
Superintendent Boys' Department — Mrs. J. W. Patton, Greensboro, N. C. 
Superintendent Literature and Mite Boxes — Mrs. M. F. Cook, Greensboro, N. C 



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OHIO STATE CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 



Officers 

President — Mrs. \V. J. Young-, West Mil- 
ton, Ohio. 

Vice-President — Mrs. Rachel Harrod, 
Beloit, Ohio. 

Recording- Secretary — Mrs. Myrtle 
Reynolds, Lima, Ohio. 



Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. F. H. 

Peters, Defiance, Ohio. 
Superintendent Cradle Roll — Mrs. Mary 

Hagans, Mt. Sterling, Ohio. 
Superintendent Young People's Work — 

Miss iSIary Froebe, Piqua, Ohio. 
Superintendent Literature — ^^Mrs. Maud 

Meranda, Higginsport, Ohio. 



INDIANA STATE 



Offlcer.s 

President — Mrs. Retha Henderson, Leb- 
anon, Indiana. 



Secretary — Miss 
ton, Indiana. 



Ina Bowsers, Darling-- 



Report by Conferences 



MAINE 



President 
Maine. 

Correspon 
Mrs. N 



Officers 

-Mrs. D. P. Hurlburt, Bangor, 



ding Secretary-Treasurer — 
M. Heikes, Albion, Maine. 
Auxiliary Societies 
Albion — President, Mrs. N. M. Heikes, 



Albion, Maine; Vice-President, Mrs. 
L. G. Robinson, Albion, Maine; Re- 
cording Secretary, Mrs. Chas. L. Ab- 
bott, Albion, Maine; Corresponding 
Secretary and Treasurer, Mrs. L. F. 
Gannon, Albion, Maine; Superintend- 
ent of Literature, Mrs. C. E. Fuller, 
Albion, Maine. 



MERRIMACK 



Officers 



President — Mrs. Geo. A. Cole, Franklin, 

N. H. 
Corresponding Secretary — Miss Eva I. 

French, Hill, N. H. 

Auxiliary Societies 

Franklin — President, Mrs. Geo. A. Cole, 
Franklin, N. H. ; Corresponding Sec- 
retary, Miss Helen Holmes, Franklin, 
N. H.; Treasurer, Mrs. Helen Drew, 
Franklin, N. H. 



Hill — President, Mrs. F. R. Woodward. 
Hill, N. H.; Vice-President, Miss Eva 
I. French, Hill, N. H.; Secretary, Mrs. 
Alice Willard, Hill, N. H. ; Treasurer, 
Mrs. Georgia Trumbull, Hill, N. H. 

Laeonia — President, Mrs. Mildred Rol- 
lins, Laconia, N. H. ; Secretary, Sadie 
Busiel, Laconia, N. H.; Treasurer, Mrs. 
S. G. Holmes, Laconia, N. H. 

Wootlstock — President, Mrs. Frank 
Bradley, Woodstock, Vt.; Secretary- 
Treasurer, Miss Beulah Putney, 
Woodstock, Vt. ; Literature Superin- 
tendent, Miss Martha Melish. 



RHODE ISLAND AND MASSACHUSETTS 



Officers 



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President — Mrs. "W. G. Sargent, 
Lenox Ave., Providence, R. I. 

Vice-President — Mrs. William Brown, 
West Mansfield, Mass. 

Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. R. W^ 
Coxen, 107 Chancery St., New Bed- 
ford, Mass. 

Recording Secretary — Bessie M. Alden, 
58 Durfee St., Providence, R. I. 

Treasurer — Mrs. E. J. Bodman, 3520 
North Main St., Fall River, Mass. 



Auxiliary Societies 

Assonet — Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. 
Annie M. Sisson, Assonet, Mass. 

Elni-»vootl — Women's Guild. Corres- 
ponding Secretary-Trea>surer, Mrs. 
Fred A. Gates, 662 Park Ave., Auburn, 
R. I. 

IVew Bedford — Guild, Home Missions, 
Mrs. Emma Mathews, 1 Clinton Place, 
New Bedford. Mass.; Foreign Mis- 
sions, Mrs. H'. M. Hainer, 213 Tre- 
mont St., New Bedford, Mass. 



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Xorth Fall River — Corresponding Sec- 
retary-Treasurer, Mrs. E. J. Bodman, 
3520 North Main St., Fall River, Mass. 

Smith Mills — Corresponding Secretary- 



Treasurer, Mrs. Lizzie Doran, Dart- 
mouth, Mass. 
IVesterly, R. I. — Corresponding Secre- 
tary-Treasurer, Mrs. Samuel Givens, 
13 Morgan St., Westerly, R. I. 



ROCKINGHAM 



Officers 

President — ^Mrs. May C. Caswell, 496 

Hall St., Manchester, N. H. 
Vice-President — Mrs. Ella MacNichol, 

7 9 Clark St., East Lynn, Mass. 
Secretary — ^Mrs. Dora Knight, Pine St., 

Manchester, N. H. 
Treasurer — Mrs. Mildred Durgin, 119 

North Ave., Haverhill, Mass. 

Auxiliary Sodetles 

Kittery Point — President, Rev. Winni- 
fred T. Coffin, Kittery Point, Me.; 
Vice-President, Mrs. Edith Honsberg- 
er, Kittery Point, Me.; Secretary, Mrs. 
Lulu Tobey, Kittery Point, Me.; 
Treasurer, Mrs. Laura Glawson, Kit- 
tery Point, Me. 

Lynn — President, Rev. Flora M. Neag- 
les, 80 Silsbee St., Lynn Mass.; Vice- 
President, Mrs. Inez Fisher, 17 Jack- 
son St., Cliftondale, Mass.; Recording 
Secretary, Mrs. Emily Worssam, 47 
Berkshire St., Swampscott, Mass.; 
Corresponding Secretary and Trea'S- 
urer, Mrs. Ella MacNichol, 79 Clark 



St., East Lynn, Mass.; Literature 
Superintendent, Mrs. Mary A. "Wil- 
liams, 79 Clark St., East Lynn, Mass. 

]>Ianche.ster — President, Mrs. May C. 
Caswell, 496 Hall St., Manchester, N. 
H. ; Vice-President, Mrs. Walter 
Sweet. 479 Hall St., Manchester, N. 
H. ; Secretary, Mrs. Alta Adams, 10 
Malvern St., Manchester, N. H. ; Treas- 
urer, Mrs. Dora Knight, Pine St., 
Manchester, N. H.; Literature Super- 
intendent, Miss Margaret Priest, 6 
Knowlton St., Manchester, N. H. 

Portsnioutli — President, Mrs. Mary E. 
Brigham, 500 Broad St., Portsmouth, 
N. H.; 1st Vice-President, Mrs. Sybil 
Merrill, 40 Elwyn Ave., Portsmouth, 
N. H. ; 2d Vice-President, Mrs. Ada 
Griffin, Lincoln Ave., Portsmouth, N. 
H.; Secretary and Treasurer, Mrs. 
Pearl E. Foss, 143 Hanover St., Ports- 
mouth, N. H. 

Rye — President, Mrs. H. P. Rand, Rye, 
N. H. ; Vice-President, Mrs. Flora B. 
Seavey, Rye, N. H. ; Secretary, Mrs. 
W. S. Philbrick, Rye, N. H.; Treas- 
urer, Mrs. Mary J. Verrill, Rye, N. H. 



YORK AND CUMBERLAND 



Officers 

President — Mrs. Lizzie S. Bennett, Free- 
dom, N. H. 

Vice-President — Mrs. Z. Knight, Saco, 

Maine. 
Secretary — Miss Ruth Merrill, Saco, 

Maine. 
Treasurer — Mrs. Xiizzie Moulton, York 

Village. Maine. 



Aoxiliary Societies 
Freedom — President, Mrs. Lilla Went- 

untle. Freedom, N. H.; Secretary, Mrs. 

Lizzie S. Bennett, Freedom, N. H. 
Saco — President, Mrs. Eliza Flanders, 

Saco, Maine; Secretary, Mrs. Carrie 

McKinney, Saco, Me. 
York — President, Mrs. C. V. Parsons, 

York, Maine; Secretary, Miss Mary 

Moulton, York, Me. 



NEW YORK CENTRAL 



Officers 

President — Rev. Marion C. Youmans, 

Lakeville, N. Y. 
Vice-President — Mrs. Wm. Wheaton, 

Plainville, N. Y. 

Recording Secretary — Mrs. Marvin 

Wright, Newfield, N. Y. 
Corresponding Secretary- Treasurer — 

Miss Flora Cleveland, Watertown, N. 

Y., Route E. 



Auxiliarj' Societies 
Brushton — Corresponding Secretarv, 

Mrs. E. F. Clark, Brushton, N. Y. 
Lakeniont — Corresponding Secretary, 

Mabel Baton, Lakemont, N. Y. 
Lakeville — Corresponding Secretary, 

Mrs. H. Seeley. Lakeville, N. Y. 
North Rush — Corresponding Secretary, 

Ruth M. Norris, Rush, N. Y. 
Plainville — Corresponding Secretary, 

Mrs. W. H. Ward, Plainville, N. Y. 



NEW YORK EASTERN 



Officers 

President — Mrs. Georgia L. B. Wheaton, 

10 Manand Road, Albany, N. Y. 
Vice-President — Mrs. Jennie Gifford, 

Medusa. N. Y. 
Second Vice-President — Mrs. Grace 

Auger, Hartwick, N. Y. 
Corresponding Secretary -Treasurer — 

Ardella E. Gove, Sprakers, N. Y., R. 

R. 1. 
Recording Secretary — Rev. Mrs. Belle 

H. Hook, Box 287, Hudson, N. Y. 



Literature Superintendent — Mrs. E. F. 
Mellotte, Schultzeville, N. Y. 

Auxiliary Societies 

Freehold — President, Mrs. Lewis M. 
Story, Greenville, N. Y. ; Correspond- 
ing Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. Maggie 
Williams, Freehold, N. Y. 

Hartwick — Corresponding Secretary- 
Treasurer, Mrs. Grace Vibbard, Mil- 
ford, N. Y. 

Huntersland — Corresponding Secretary- 



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Treasurer, Miss Nellie Cook, Middle- 
burg-, N. Y., R. R. 2. 

Otegro — Corresponding- Secretary-Treas- 
urer, Nellie Martindale, Otego, N. T. 

Otsego Co. Q,uarterly — Corresponding- 
Secretary-Treasurer, C. Belle Thorne, 
Portlandville, N. Y. 

Rural Grove — President, Ardella E. 



Gove, Sprakers, N. Y., R. R. 1; Cor- 
responding- Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. 
Mattie Herrick, Randall, N. Y., R. R. 1. 
St. Johnsville — President, Mrs. H. W. 
McCrone, St. Johnsville, N. Y.; Cor- 
responding- Secretary-Treasurer, 
Mrs. Hattie A. Sponable, St. Johns- 
ville, N. Y. 



NEW YORK WESTERN 



Officer.s 

President — Mrs. J. B. Pease,* Gasport, 

N. Y. 
Recording- Secretary -Treasurer — Mrs. 

R. H. Peel, Gasport, N. Y., R. R. 41. 
Corresponding Secretary — Miss Edith 

M. Dale, R. R. 41, Gasport, N. Y. 

Auxiliary Societle.s 

Machia.s — Corresponding Secretary- 

Treasurer, Mrs. Marie V. Drayer, 
Machias, N. Y. 

Morgan ville — Corresponding Secretary- 
Treasurer, Mrs. Wm. Fallard, South 
Bryan, N. Y. 

Orangeport — Corresponding Secretary- 
Treasurer, Miss Edith M. Dale, Gas- 
port, N. Y., R. R. 41. 

Parma & Greece — Corresponding- Secre- 
tary-Treasurer, Miss Nellie Vaness, 
Hilton, N. Y. 
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The Vice-Presidents appointed in the 
auxiliary societies are the Literature 
Superintendents and are as follows: 

Albion — Mrs. E. F. Fancher, Albion, 
N. Y. 

Ca.stile — Miss Bessie Poste, Castile, 
N. Y. 

Machias — Miss Lura Newton, Machias, 
N. Y. 

Manning — Mrs. James Carpenter, 

Holley, N. Y. 

Morganville — Mrs. Anna March, South 
Byron, N. Y. 

North Pembroke — Mrs. Agnes Martin, 
East Pembroke, N. Y. 

Orangeport — Mrs. H. N. Tayer, Gasport, 
N. Y., R. R. 41. 

Parma and Greece — Miss Florence 
Chase, Hilton, N. Y., R. R. 

W'e.st Shelby — Mrs. Geo. Fuller, Middle- 
port, N. Y. 



ONTARIO 



Officers 



Honorary President — .Mrs. C. H. Hainer, 

New Market, Ont. 
President — Mrs. J. N. Dales, Drayton, 

Ontario. 
Vice-President — Mrs. Laura Thompson, 

733 Dupont St., Toronto, Ont. 
Recording Secretai"y — Mrs. 'W. P. 

Fletcher, 162 Westmount Ave., 

Toronto, Ont. 
Corresponding Secretary-Treasurer — 

Miss Laura Morton, 500 Markham 

St., Toronto, Ont. 
Superintendent Literature — ^Mrs. N. 

Dearborn, 500 Markham St., Toronto, 

Ontario. 

/luxillary Societies 
Drayton — Corresponding Secretary- 

Treasurer, Mrs. Davidson, Drayton, 

Ontario. 



Keswick — Corresponding Secretary- 

Treasurer, Mrs. J. Connell, Keswick, 
Ontario. 

Little Britain — Secretary, Mrs. F. 
Whiteside, I.iittle Britain, Ont.: Treas- 
urer, Mrs. R. Sparks, Little Britain, 
Ontario. 

New Market — Corresponding Secretary- 
Treasurer, Mrs. Albert Rogers, New- 
Market, Ontario. 

Oshawa — Corresponding Secretary- 

Treasurer, Mrs. J. Johnson, Oshawa, 
Ontario. 

Ring wood — Corresponding- Secretary - 
Treasurer, Miss Ada Barkey, Ring- 
wood, Ontario. 

Toronto — Corresponding Secretary- 

Treasurer, Miss H. Hansford, 1978 
Dundas St., Toronto, Ontario. 



ERIE 



Officers 



President- — Dr. Millie J. Chapman, 

Springboro, Pa. 
Vice-President — Mrs. Lee Harvey, 

Madison St., Conneaut, Ohio. 
Recording Secretary — Mrs Etta Veith, 

178 Main St., Conneaut, Ohio. 
Corresponding Secretary-Treasurer — 

Miss Edna Robison, East Springfield, 

Pa. 
Literature Superintendent — Mrs. W. E. 

Nason, Fairview, Pa. 



Auxiliary Societies 



B«ar Lake — President, 
Phelps, Bear Lake, Pa. 



Mrs. 



Phebe 



Beaver Center — President, Mrs. Nettie 

N. Hackett, Conneautville, Pa. 
Conneaut — Secretary, Mrs. Clarence 

Joslin, 152 Evergreen St., Conneaut, 

Ohio. 
Draketo^vn — Secretary, Mrs. Jos. 

Gluten, Edinboro, Pa. 
E^ast Springfield — Secretary, Mrs. Dora 

Sherman, East Springfield, Pa. 
Erie — Secretary, Mrs. Hermon Eldredge, 

715 West Eighth St., Erie, Pa. 
Fairview — Secretary, Mrs. G. C. Zindel, 

Fairview, Pa. 
Sprlngboroi^ — Secretary, Mrs. L. M. 

"V\^ebb, Springboro, Pa. 
Washington Valley — Secretary, Miss 

Eliza Ryan, Cambridge Springs, Pa. 



THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 



89 



NEW JERSEY 



Officers 

President — Mrs. W. H. Hainer, 37 
Myrtle Ave., Irvington, N. J. 

Vice-President — Mrs. E. A. Earth, Hil- 
ton, N. J. 

Corresponding- Secretary — Mrs. I. Sup- 
ple, Conshohocken, Pai. 

Treasurer — Miss Elnora Godley, Mil- 
ford, N. J. 

Auxiliary Societies 

Bale-vllle — President, Mrs. Oliver Acker- 
man, Newton, N. J., R. R. 5; Corres- 
ponding Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. 
Floyd Snook, 41 Woodside Ave., New- 
ton, N. J. 

Irvington — President, Mrs. W. H. Hain- 
er, 37 Myrtle Ave., Irvington, N. J.; 



Secretary, Mrs. H. Smith, Irvington, 
X. J.; Treasurer, ]Mrs. Geo. Andrews, 
Irvington, N. J. 

Lie^ri.sburg — President, Mrs. Fanny Mc- 
Laughlin, Lewisburg, Pa.; Secretary, 
Mrs. E. P. Hill, Lewisburg, Pa, 

Loclttown — President, Mrs. Sarah Rob- 
bins, Lockto\vn, N. J.; Secretary- 
Treasurer, Mrs. Lizzie Heath, Flem- 
ington, N. J., R. R. 2. 

]>Ia«ll.sonville — President, Mrs. Bessie 
Walters, Madisonville, Pa.; Secretary, 
!Mrs. Lizzie Anderson, Madisonville, 
Pa.; Treasurer, Mrs. Bertha Horn- 
baker, Moscow, Pa., R. R. 1. 

Milford — President, Mrs. W. R. Sailer, 
Milford, N. J.; Secretary, Mrs. Herbert 
Barron, Milford, N. J.; Treasurer, 
Miss Elnora Godley, Milford. N. J. 



RAYS HILL AND SOUTHERN PENNSYLVANIA 



Officers 

President — Mrs. L. A. DuVall, Akers- 

ville. Pa. 
Vice-President — Mrs. Gideon Price, 

Everett, Pa. 
Recording Secretary — Miss Jessie Bot- 

tenfield, R. R. 1, Hancock, Md. 
Corresponding Secretary-Treasurer — 

Mrs. Blanche Hollenshead, Needmore, 

Pa^ 



Literature Superintendent — Mrs. Geo. 
Lehman, R. R. 1, Hancock, Md. 

Auxiliary Societies 

Damascu-s — Corresponding Secretary- 
Treasurer, Miss Hattie Gregory, Plum 
Run, Pa. 

Earlston — President, Mrs. Gideon Price, 
Everett, Pa. 

Memorial — President, Miss Mary 

Hedges, Everett, Pa. 



TIOGA RIVER 



Officers 

President — Mrs. Minnie Doud, Law- 

renceville. Pa., R. R. 1. 
Corresponding Secretary-Treasurer — 

Mrs. Mattie C. White, New Albany, 

Pa., R. R. 47. 
Superintendent Literature and Mite 

Box — Mrs. "Weld Burke, Naples, N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Auxiliary Societies 

Bingfhampton — President, Mrs. Jennie 
England, 203 Mozart St., Binghamp- 
ton, N. T. ; Secretary, Mrs. Lynn L. 



Rider, 12 Orton Ave., Binghampton, 
N. Y. 

Evergreen — A. M. B. Society — Corres- 
ponding Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. 
Mattie C. White, New Albany, Pa., 
R. R. 47. 

First Franklin — President, Mrs. Helen 
B. Phelps, Powell, Pa.; Corresponding 
Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. Lottie 
Williams, Powell. Pa., R. R. 1. 

Ingleside — President, Mrs. Alice Briggs, 
Prattsburg, N. Y., R. R. 3. 

Fast Lawrence — Corresponding Secre- 
tary, C. A. Rockwell, Lawrenceville, 
Pa., R. R. 7. 



MIAMI OHIO 



Officers 



President — ^Irs. Nettie Young, AVest 

Milton, Ohio. 
Vice-President — Mrs. Sadie K. Swartzel, 

Dayton, Ohio, R. R. 13. 
Recording Secretary- — ]Mrs. Nellie "V\'il- 

son, Troy, Ohio. 
Corresponding Secretary — -Mrs. Rose 

Crew, West Milton, Ohio. 
Treasurer — Mrs. Mary B. Cha.se, 236 

Conover St., Dayton, Ohio. 
Superintendent Literature — Mrs. Nellie 

Hirby, 312 Edgar Ave., Dayton, Ohio. 

Auxiliary Societies 

Ansonia — Corresponding Secretary- 
Treasurer. Mrs. G. H. Rehmert, An- 
sonia. Ohio. 

Concord — Corresponding Secretary- 
Treasurer, Mrs. Edna Tony, Boston, 
Ind., R. R. 1. 



Croivn Point — Corresponding Secretary- 
Treasurer, Mrs. John Marsh, Dayton, 
Ohio, R. R. 4. 

Dayton First — Corresponding Secre- 
tary-Treasurer, r^Irs. Lizzie Rathbun, 
76 Vincent St., Dayton, Ohio. 

Faton — Corresponding Secretary-Treas- 
urer, Mrs. Gladys Harris, South Beach 
St., Eaton. Ohio. 

Franklin — Corresponding Secretary- 

Treasurer, Mrs. James Funk, Frank- 
lin, Ohio. 

Greenville — Corresponding Secretary- 
Treasurer, ]Mrs. Roy Brandon, 518 
Euclid Ave., Greenville, Ohio. 

Houston — 

Lebanon — Corresponding Secretary- 

Treasurer, Mrs. Luta Holden, Leb- 
anon, Ohio. R. R. 1. 

Lower Stillwater — Corresponding Sec- 
retary-Treasurer, Mrs. Olive Weaver, 
Dayton, Ohio, R. R. 13. 



90 



THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 



Piqua — Corresponding- Secretary -Treas- 
urer, Miss E. B. Hoyle, 1614 Broad- 
way, Piqua, Ohio. 

Pleasant Hill — Corresponding Secre- 
tary, Mrs. Luella Schusselin, Pleasant 
Hill, Ohio. 

Shiloh Springs — Corresponding Secre- 
tarv-Trea-surer, Mrs. J. R. Hushey, 
Dayton, Ohio. R. R. 1. 

Springfield — Corresponding Secretary - 
Treasurer. Mrs. F. L. Walsh, 127 W. 
Cecil St., Springfield, Ohio. 

Troy — Corresponding Secretary-Treas- 
urer, Byrd Shellabarger, Ridge Ave., 
Troy, Ohio. 



Vep.sailles — Corresponding Secretary - 
Treasurer, Mrs. Stella Martin, Ver- 
sailles, Ohio. 

Walnut HilLs — Corresponding Secre- 
tary-Treasurer, Mrs. Sarah Miller, 726 
Wyoming St., Dayton, Ohio. 

West Grove — Corresponding Secretary- 
Treasurer, Mrs. Corda Pulley, Ar- 
canum, Ohio, R. R. 2. 

We.st Milton^ — Corresponding Secretary- 
Treasurer, Mrs. Sarah Smithman, 
West Milton, Ohio. 

\%'est Union — Corresponding Secretary, 
Mrs. Myra Roberts, Tippecanoe City, 
Ohio, R. R. 2. 



MT. VERNON 



Officers 



President — Mrs. B. A. McGinnis, Coshoc- 
ton, Ohio. 

Corresponding Secretary -Treasurer — 
]\trs. B. L. Shaffer, Frazeyburff, Ohio. 

Auxiliarj- Societies 

Appleton — Corresponding Secretary- 

Treasurer. Mrs. Olive Lorin. Johns- 
town. Ohio. R. R. 

Centerburg — Corresponding Secretary- 



Treasurer. Ml 
Ohio. 



s. Owings. Centerburg, 



Co.«ihocton — Corresponding Secretary- 
Tieasurer, Mrs. John McCann, 1619 E. 
North St.. Coshocton. Ohio. 

Mt. Pleasant — Corresponding Secre- 
tary-Treasurer, Mai-y Ashciaft, Black 
Run, Ohio. 

Mt. Zion — Corresponding Secretary- 
Treasurer, Ethel Lease. Dresden, 
'^bio 



NORTHWESTERN OHIO 



Offic«r!« 

President — Mrs. B. F. Seitz, Columbus 

Grove, Ohio. 
Vice-President — Mrs. C. J. Hance, 

Spencerville, Ohio. 
Recording Secretary — Mrs. Irene 

Thompson. Dunkiik, Ohio. 
Corre.sponding Secretary -Treasurer — 

Mrs. Myrtle Reynolds, 440 S. Pine St., 

Lima, Ohio. 
Literature Superintendent — ^Mrs. J. L. 

AVright. West Cairo. Ohio. 

Auxiliary Societies 
Blancliard — Coriesponding Secretary - 



Ii'ena. Thompson, 



Treasurer, Mrs. 
Dunkirk, Ohio. 

Columbus Grove — Corresponding Secre- 
tary-Treasurer, Mrs. Dolla IMiller, 
Columbus Grove, Ohio. 

Lima — Corresponding Secretary-Treas- 
urer, Mrs Hazel Shumate, Lima, 
Ohio. 

Ottawa River — Corresponding 
tarv-Treasurer, Mrs. Maggie 
Vaughnsville. Ohio, R. R. 1. 

A'aughnsville — Corresponding 

tary-Ti'easurer, Mrs. Grace Ha.thway, 
Columbus Grove, Ohio. 



Secre- 
Hunt, 



Secre- 



OHIO CENTRAL 



Officers 

President — Mrs. Mary E. Hagans. :Mt. 

Sterling, Ohio. 
Secretary — Miss Mary L. Wilson, South 

Vienna. Ohio. 
Treasurer — Mrs. Susie Alexander, Mt. 

Sterling, Ohio. 
Literature — Mrs. Minerva Harrington, 

Columbus, Ohio. 



Auxiliary Societies 
Columbu.s — President, Mrs. Emma 

Lamb, 1257 Penna. Ave., Columbus, 

Ohio; Coriesponding Secretary, Mrs. 

Susie Alexander, 169 E. Tompkins St., 

Columbus. Ohio. 
Mt. Sterling — President. Mrs. Man' 

Hagans. j\it. Sterling, Ohio; Correg.- 

ponding Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. 

Nellie D. Tanner, Mt. Sterling, Ohio. 



OHIO EASTERN 



Officers 

President — Mrs. Minnie Bunce, Galli- 

polis, Ohio, R. R. 1. 
Vice-President — Mrs. Francis Bobo, 

Athens, Ohio, R. R. 1. 
Secretary — Miss Musie Pletch, Logan, 

Ohio. 
Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. Cora 

Hawk, Athens, Ohio, R. R. 1. 
Treasurer — ]Mrs. Kate Cheppel, Athens, 

Ohio, R. R. 7. 

Auxiliary Societies 
Bulaville — President, Mrs. Minnie D. 



Bunce, Gallipolis, Ohio, R. R. 1; Sec- 
retary, Mrs. Brooksie Rife, Gallipolis, 
Ohio, R. R. ; Treasurer, Mrs. Ella 
Hayes, Gallipolis, Ohio, R. R. 2; 
Literature Superintendent, Miss Eflie 
Smiley, Gallipolis, Ohio, R. R. 1. 

Goes Chapel — President, Mrs. Lowell 
Donly, Nelsonville, Ohio, R. R. 4; 
Vice-President, Mrs. Lizzie Milter, 
Nelsonville, Ohio, R. R. 4; Secretary- 
Treasurer, Mrs. Frank Lehman, Car- 
bon Hill, Ohio. 

Little Kyger — Mrs. Maurice Swisher, 
Cheshire, Ohio, R. R. 1. 



THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 



91 



OHIO VALLEY 



Officers 

President — Mis. Lulu Gibson, Toledo, 

Ohio, Station A, Box 91. 
Vice-President — Mrs. Nettie Morris, 

Middleport, Ohio. 
Recording Secretary — Mrs. Margaret 



Nestlevvood, 2017 Navarre Ave., To- 
ledo, Ohio. 

Corresponding- Secretary — Mrs. Lucy M. 
Hayes, Milford Center, Ohio. 

Treasurer — Mrs. Eliza Zerby, Middle- 
port, Ohio. 

Literature — Miss Delia Baker, Toledo, 
Ohio. 



SOUTHERN OHIO 



Offlcer.s 

President — Mrs. Alice M. Burnett, 310 

S. Broadway, Dayton, Ohio. 
Vice-President — ^]Mrs. Maud Mera.nda, 

Georgetown, Ohio, R. R. 
Recording Secretary- — Mrs. Raymond 

Little, Bethel, Ohio, R. R. 3. 
Corresponding Secretary -Treasurer — 

Miss Flora Jennings, Higginsport, 

Ohio. 
Superintendent Mite Box — Mrs. C. M. 

Edwards, Amelia, Ohio. 

Auxiliary Society 

Haiuersville — Corresponding Secretary- 
Treasurer, Mrs. Mollie Drake, Ham- 
ersville, Ohio. 

The following Sunday-school classes 
are working with the Woman's 
Board: 



Antiocli — Woman's Bible Class, teacher, 

Mrs. Virgie Howerton, Hamersville, 

Ohio, R. R. 1. Box 80. 
E^agrle Cliapol — Woman's Bible class 

teacher, Mrs. W. B. Holten, Ripley, 

Ohio, R. R. 3. 
Fail-view — Woman's Bible class, Mrs. 

Stansbery, Georgetown, Ohio. 
Hainer.sviIIe — Class No. 4 — Mrs. Potts, 

Hamersville, Ohiq. 
Higrginsport — Busy Bees, teacher. Mrs. 

M. C. Jennings, Higginsport, Ohio. 
Oalc Grove — Reapers, teacher, Mrs. Jen- 
nie Meyers, West Union, Ohio. 
Point Isinl)el — Class No. 5, teacher, Mr. 

Mahlen Little, Moscow, Ohio, R. R. 2. 
Poplar Cliapel — Bible class, teacher. 

Miss Grace Deam, Bethel, Ohio. 
Union — Adams Co. — King's Daughters, 

teacher, Mrs. Lida Froman, Benton- 

ville, Ohio, Box 16. 



CENTRAL INDIANA 



Officers 

President — Mrs. Alma Wetzel, Clifford, 

Ind. 
Vice-President — Mrs. Hallie Bozell, 

Edinburg, Ind. 
Recording Secretary — Miss Margaret 

Louden, Seymour, Ind. 
Corresponding Secretary-Treasurer — 

Mrs. Bessie LeaJv, Lizton, Ind. 



Literature Superintendent — Mrs. Emma 
Hawkins, Spencer, Ind. 

Auxiliary Society 

Clifford — President, Mrs. Alma Wetzel, 
Clifford, Ind.; Secretary, Mrs. May 
Hill. Clifford, Ind.; Treasurer, Mrs. 
Eva Lucas, Clifford, Ind. 



EASTERN INDIANA 



Officers 

President — Rev. Guernsey Stephens, 
Farmland, Ind. 

Corresponding Secretary -Treasurer — 
Mrs. Bertha Rust, Farmland, Ind. 

Recording Secretary — Rev. Nannie Mar- 
tin, Farmland, Ind. 

Organizer — Mrs. Ella Cortner; Assist- 
ant, Mrs. Nettie Miller. 

Literature Superintendent — Rev. Hazel 
Lindley, Sidney, Ind. 

Auxiliary Societies 

Albany— Corresponding Secretary- 

Treasurer, Mrs. John Bailey, Albany, 
Ind. 

Christian Chapel — Corresponding Secre- 
tary-Treasurer, Elizabeth Gibson, 
Muncie, Ind., R. R. 6 



Coletown — Corresponding 
Treasurer. 



Secretary- 



Eden — Corresponding Secretary-Treas- 
urer, Mrs. Mattie Gumpp, Eaton, Ind. 

Fall Creek — Corresponding Secretary- 
Treasurer, Mrs. Carrie Chalfant, Mid- 
dleto%vn, Ind. 

Jireh — Corresponding Secretary-Treas- 
urer, ]Mrs. Favia Brown, Muncie. Ind. 

Mi.ssi.ssine-*va — Corresponding Secre- 

tary-Treasurer, Mrs. Julia Mills- 
paugh. Farmland, Ind. 

Montpelier — Corresponding Secretary- 
Treasurer, Mamie Roberson, Mont- 
pelier, Ind. 

Muncie — Corresponding Secretary- 

Treasurer, Mrs. Arthur B. Jones, 322 
N. Elm St., Muncie, Ijjd. 



EEL RIVER 



Officers 

President — Mrs. C. B. McConnell, Sid- 
ney. Ind. 

Vice-President — Mrs. J. E. Crothers, 
Ligonier, Ind. 

Corresponding Secretary-Treasurer — 



Mrs. Bertha Short, Bluffton. Ind., R. 
R. 6. 

Recording Secretary — Mrs. O. W. White- 
lock, 523 S. Jefferson St., Huntington, 
Ind. 

Superintendent Literature and Mite 



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THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 



Box — Mrs. Will Mahn, 667 Strong 
Ave., Elkhart, Ind. 

Auxiliary Societies 
Antioch — Mrs. Charles Reiff, North 

Manchester, Ind. 
Elkhart — Mrs. Etta Mohn, Elkhart, Ind. 
Goshen — Mrs. Charles Burkett, 1108 S. 

Main St., Goshen, Ind. 
Hantlnj^ton — Grace Strickland, 745 

Salamonie Ave., Huntington, Ind. 
Linn Grove — Elizabeth Hornada, 

Geneva, Ind. 
Alajenica — Corresponding Secretar>-- 



Trea^urer, Mrs. Isa Gill, Huntington, 

Ind.. R. R. 5. 
Merriam — Mrs. Grace King, Albion, 

Ind., R. R. 5. 
Plea.sant Hill — Winnie Black, Albion, 

Ind. 
Sidney — Mrs. C. B. McConnell, Sidney, 

Ind. 
Six Mile — Sophia Van Emon, Bluffton, 

Ind.. R. R. 7. 
VVakaru.sa — Corresponding Secretary- 
Treasurer, Mrs. Sarah Stewart, • Wa- 

karusa, Ind. 
\%'arren — Mrs. C. H. Freck, Warren, Ind. 



INDIANA MIAMI RESERVE 



Officers 

President — Mrs. Mary E. Miller, York- 
town, Ind. 
Vice-President — Mrs. Mattie McKinley, 

Alexandria, Ind. 
Recording Secretary — Miss Louise 

Crockett, Walton, Ind. 
Corresponding Secretary-Treasurer — 

Mrs. Noah Richman, DaJeville, Ind., 

R. R. 4. 
Literature Superintendent — Miss Millie 

Mary Farr, Vanburen, Ind., R. R. 1, 

Box 100. 

Auxiliary Societies 
Alexandria — President, ;Mrs. Mattie Mc- 



Kinley, Alexandria, Ind.; R. R. 2; 
Secretary, Mrs. Nerom Needham, 101 
"Walnut St., Alexandria Ind.; Treas- 
urer, Mrs. Rena Garretson, Alex- 
andria, Ind. 

Marion — President, Mrs. Bertha Kil- 
gore, 3024 S. Adams St., Marion, Ind.; 
Secretary, Mrs. Martha Barley, 2906 
S. Gallaton St., Marion, Ind.; Treas- 
urer, Mrs. Grace Edwards, Marion, 
Ind. 

Pikes Peak — President, Mrs. Noah 
Richman, Daleville, Ind.; Secretary, 
Mrs. Roy Helvie, Yorktown, Ind., R. 
R. 4; Tresusurer, Mrs. Ethel Hark- 
rader, Daleville, Ind., R. R. 1. 



NORTHWESTERN INDIANA 



Officers 

President — Miss Amanda Turner, Ko- 

komo, Ind. 
Vice-President — Mrs. A. M. Thomas, 

Walton, Ind. 
Recording Secretary — Mrs. Hannah 

Crockett, Walton, Ind., R. R. 
Corresponding Secretary -Treasurer — 

Mrs. Eva Gott, 815 S. Market St., Ko- 

komo, Ind. 
Superintendent of Literature — Mrs. 

Millie Delph. Young America, Ind. 
Superintendent of Stewardship — Mrs. 

Nellie Casad, Monticello, Ind., R. R. 

Auxiliary Societies 

Deer Creek — President, Mrs. Gertie 
Crites, Galveston, Ind., R. R. 1; Cor- 
responding Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. 
Jessie Walker, Galveston, Ind., R. R. 1. 

Greentovm — President, Mrs. Stella 
Bogue, Kokomo, Ind., R. R. 7; Treas- 
urer, Mrs. Bessie Duncan, Greentown, 



Ind., R. R. 1; Corresponding Secre- 
tary — Mrs. Gladys Dunlap, Green- 
town. Ind., R. R. 4. 

Hickory Grove — President, Mrs. Jennie 
Magee, Monticello, Ind., R. R.; Cor- 
responding Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. 
J. C. McManus, Idaville, Ind., R. R. 

Kokonio^President, Mrs. Eva Gott, 815 
S. Market St., Kokomo, Ind.; Corres- 
ponding Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. 
Ura Gray, 739 S. Market St., Kokomo, 
Ind. 

Rock Creek Valley — President, Mrs. 
Mae Crockett. Walton, Ind.; Corres- 
ponding Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. 
Belle Martin, Walton, Ind., R. R. 2. 

Shiloh — President, Mrs. "VV. A. Light, 
Logansport, Ind., R. R. 1; Corres- 
ponding Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. 
Etta Bussard. 

Young America — President, Mrs. Moore, 
Galveston, Ind., R. R. 1; Correspond- 
ing Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. Mary 
Robeson, Young America, Ind. 



SOUTHERN INDIANA 



Officers 



President — Mrs. Virginia Emerson, 
Cynthiana, Ind. 

Vice-President- — Mrs. Grace Truman, 
Cynthiana. Ind. 

Secretary-Treasurer — Mrs. Ellen Car- 
ter, Cynthiana, Ind. 

Auxiliary Societies 
Bethsalda — Corresponding Secretary- 



Treasurer, Hortense Barrett, Stew- 
arcsville, Ind. 

Cynthiana — Corresponding Secretary- 
Treasurer, Fern McElroy, Cynthiana, 
Ind. 

Haub.stadt — Corresponding Secretary- 
Treasurer, Mrs. James Yeager, Haub- 
stadt, Ind. 

Xew Liberty — Corresponding Secre- 
tary-Treasurer. Mrs. Tilla E. Baren, 
Cynthiana, Ind. 



THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 



93 



WESTERN INDIANA 



Offlcer» 



President — Mrs. Carrie Beaver, Ad- 
vance, Indiana. 

Vice-President — Mrs. Ollie Carpenter, 
Veedersburg-, Indiana. 

Recording- Secretary — Mrs. Marg-aret 
Kibbey, Advance, Indiana. 

Treasurer — Mrs. Retha Henderson, 
Lebanon, Indiana. 

Corresponding' Secretary — Mrs. Cora 
Defur, Wakarusa, Indiana. 

Superintendent Literature — Mrs. Alice 
Rice, Mellott, Indiana. 

Stewardship — Mrs. Ada Dodson, Mellott, 
Ind. ; Mrs. Nettie Van Zant, Darling-- 
ton, Ind.; Mrs. Daisy Benson, Veed- 
ersburg-, Indiana. 

Auxiliary Societies 

Advance — President, Mrs. Ruby Cun- 
ningham, Advance, Indiana; Corres- 
ponding- Secretary, Rosa Burris, Ad- 
vance, Indiana. 

Antioch — President, Mrs. J. S. Carter, 
Frankfort, Indiana; Secretary, Mrs. 
Minnie Kern, Frankfort, Indiana. 

Darling^ton — President, Mrs. Nettie Van 
Zant, Darling-ton, Indiana; Corres- 
ponding- Secretary, Miss Ina Bo-wers, 
Darling-ton, Indiana. 

liCbanon — President, Mrs. Sallie Thomp- 
son, Lebanon, Indiana; Secretary, 



Mrs. Elmer Thompson, 516 Esplanade 
St., Lebanon, Indiana. 

Liberty — Mrs. Minerva Quillan; Corres- 
ponding- Secretary, Mrs. Claude 
Broaders. 

Linden — President, Mrs. Minnie Parker, 
Linden, Indiana; Secretary, Mrs. J. 
McCalliana, Linden, Indiana. 

liinnsbur^ — President, Mrs. Ida Craw- 
ford, Linnsburg, Indiana; Secretary, 
Mrs. Anna Edwards, Linnsburg, In- 
diaVia. 

Manson — President, Mrs. Emily Ander- 
son, Frankfort, Indiana; Secretary, 
Mrs. Blanche Anderson, Frankfort, 
Indiana. 

Mellott — President, Mrs. Pearl Mosier, 
Veedersburg, Indiana; Secretary, Mrs. 
Mildrid Fet, Mellott, Indiana. 

Meronii — President, Mrs. Grace Milan; 
Corresponding- Secretary, Mrs. Con- 
stance Pleasant. 

Pleasant View — President, Mrs. Riffa 
Campbell, Lebanon, Indiana; Secre- 
tary, Miss Ruby Cox, Lebanon, In- 
diana, R. R. N. 

Union — President, Mrs. Elizabeth Crum- 
ley; Corresponding Secretary-Treas- 
urer, Mrs. Anna Strader, Veedersburg, 
Indiana. 

Wingate — President, Mrs. Lura Sent- 
man; Corresponding Secretary-Treas- 
urer, Mrs Clifford Coon, New Rich- 
mond, Indiana. 



WESTERN MICHIGAN AND NORTHERN INDIANA 

Officers 

President — Mrs. Bertha Stewart, Hol- 

ton, Mich. 
Vice-President — Mrs. Grace Burrows, 

Pullman, Michigan. 
Corresponding Secretary — ^Miss Zelda 

Pickett, Pullman, Mich. 



Recording Secretary — Mrs. Phena Ben- 
nett, New Carlisle, Indiana. 

Treasurer — Mrs. Ida L. Jones, Rolling 
Prairie, Indiana, R. R. 2. 

Superintendent Literature and Mite 
Boxes — Mrs. A. S. K. Burton, Fenn- 
ville, Michigan, Box 245. 



CENTRAL ILLINOIS 



Officers 

President — 3VIrs. C. W. Johnson, 311 W. 

Oregon St., Urbana, 111. 
Corresponding Secretary-Treasurer — 

Mrs. Delia Christy, 709 W. High St., 

Urbana, III. 

Auxiliary Societies 

Atwood — Corresponding Secretary- 

Treasurer, Daisy Erhardt, Atwood, 
111. 

Bethel — Corresponding Secretary- 

Treasurer, Mrs. Ada Niklaus, Farmer 
City, 111. 

Christian Chapel — Corresponding Sec- 
retary, Mrs. Clarence Creighton, 
Muncie, 111. 

Danville — Corresponding Secretary - 

Treasurer — Mrs. Emma Collings, 
Danville, 111. 



Hope — Corresponding Secretary -Treas- 
urer — ^Mrs. Minnie Gritten, Fithian, 
Illinois. 

Lake Fork — Corresponding Secretary- 
Treasurer, Mrs. Lizzie Dukeman, At- 
wood, 111. 

Milmine — Corresponding Secretary- 

Treasurer — JVIrs. Mary Taylor, Mil- 
mine, 111. 

Mnncie — Corresponding Secretary- 

Treasurer, Mrs. Alice Michaels, Mun- 
cie, 111. 

Pierson — Corresponding Secretary- 

Treasurer, Mrs. Wm. Johnson, Pier- 
son, 111. 

Tuscola — Corresponding Secretary- 

Treasurer, Mrs. Theo. Kinney, Tus- 
cola, 111. 

Urbana — Corresponding Secretary- 

Treasurer — Mrs. Katheryn Ross, Ur- 
bana., 111. 



SOUTHERN WABASH ILLINOIS 



Officers 

President — Jennie Page, Robinson, 

Illinois, R. R. 7, Box 13. 
Vice-President — Mrs. Mollie Culver, 600 

W. Cross St., Robinson, Illinois. 
Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. Lena 



Newlin, Hutson-yille, Illinois, R. R. 1. 
Recording Secretary-Treasurer — Mrs. 
Francis Kibler, Rose Hill, Illinois, 
R. R. 2. 
Literature Superintendent — Mrs. Mary 
Stoltz, Sumner, Illinois. 



94 



THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 



Auxiliary Societies 

Laniotte — President, Mrs. Frank Good- 
win, Palestine Illinois, R. R. ; Secre- 
tary, Mrs. Lesta Pleasant, Palestine, 
Illinois, R. R. 

Newton — President, Mrs. Rhodes, New- 
ton, 111.; Vice-President, Mrs. Nora 
Sims, Newton, 111. 

Olney — President, Mrs. A. O. Jacobs, 
Olney, Illinois; Secretary, Mrs. 
Fletcher, Olney, Illinois; Treasurer, 
Mrs. Ladesky Cazad, Olney, Illinois. 



Portervllle — President, Jennie C Page, 
Robinson, 111., R. R. 7, Box 13; Secre- 
tary, Mrs. Rhea Rhodes, Eaton, 
Illinois; Corresponding Secretary- 
Treasurer, Mrs. L. L. Wilson, Robin- 
son, Illinois, R. R. 

Sumner — President, Mrs. Mary Stoltz, 
Sumner, Illinois; Secretary, Mrs 
Delia Witzel, Sumner, Illinois; Treas- 
urer, Mrs. G. W. Shephard, Sumner, 
Illinois. 



Officers 

President — Mrs. Harriet 
Avon, Illinois. 



WESTERN ILLINOIS 

Corresponding- Secreta.ry-Treasurer- 
Li. Butler, Nellie L. Rubart, Avon, Illinois. 

Vice-President — Mrs. Ella Wilhelm. 



Society 
I^eaf River — President, 
Myers; Vice-President, 



NORTHERN ILLINOIS 



Mrs. 
Mrs. 



Jane 
Lizzie 



Walk; Treasurer, Mrs. Lillie Kapper- 
man; Recording Secretary, Mrs. 
Bessie Stuckenburg; Corresponding 
Secretary, Miss Jennie Mishler. 



SOUTHERN KANSAS 



Officers 

President — Mrs. Lilly U. Moore, To- 

wanda, Kansa-s. 
Vice-President — Mrs. Mildred Strange, 

Arlington, Kansas. 
Recording Secretary — Mrs. Josie Mock, 

Arlington, Kansas. 
Corresponding Secretary-Treasurer — 

Mrs. Maude Durham, Turon, Kansas. 

Auxiliary Societies 
Xeola — President, IMrs. Flossie Nelson, 
(gone for the winter so the Vice- 
President is acting); Vice-President, 
Mrs. Eunice Lenegar, Turon, Kansas; 



Secretary, Mrs. Mary Rawlings, Pres- 
ton, Kansas; Treasurer, Mrs. Ella 
Helmer, Turon, Kansas. 

Pleasant Hill — President, Mrs. Josie 
Mock, Arlington, Kansas; Vice-Presi- 
dent, Mrs. Anna ^Vebber, Arlington, 
Kansas; Secretary-Treasurer, Miss 
Ma.ry Webber, Arlington, Kansas. 

To^anda — President, Mrs. Lilly Moore, 
Towanda, Kansas; Vice-President, 
INIrs. Edith Woolridge, Towanda, Kan- 
sas; Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. Sadie 
Gilly, Towanda, Kansas; Literature 
Superintendent, Mrs. Minnie Ralston, 
Towanda, Kansas. 



WESTERN IOWA 



Officers 

President — Orpha Adkison, Winterset, 

Iowa. 
Vice-President — Mrs. Jesse Kauffman, 

Madrid, Iowa. 
Treasurer — Mrs. Alice Strawn, Truro, 

Iowa. 
Secretary — To be supplied. 

Auxiliary Societies 
Hill of Zion — President, Mrs. William 
Ford, Creston, Iowa; Corresponding 



Secretary-Treasurer-^Mrs. Anna Bell 
James, Orient, Iowa, R. R. 2. 
>Iaflrid — President, Mrs. George Hutton, 
Madrid, Iowa; Corresponding Secre- 
tary-Treasurer, Mrs. W. J. Jenkins, 
Madrid, Iowa. 

Truro^President, Mrs. Byrle Patterson, 
Truro, Iowa; Treasurer, Mrs. Alice 
Strawn, Truro, Iowa. 

Wheelers Grove — President, Mrs. Pearl 
Osier, Carson, Iowa, R. R. 



UNION IOWA 



Officers 

President — Mrs. Sylvia V. Kyle, Perlee, 

Iowa. 
Vice-President — Mrs. Lillian Atterberg, 

Keokuk, Iowa. 



Secretary-Treasurer — Mrs. Kate W. 
Snook, Perlee, Iowa. 

Mite Box and Literature Superintend- 
ent — Miss Mary Parker, Floris, Iowa. 



NORTHERN KANSAS AND NEBRASKA 



Officers 

President — Mrs. Rhoda Roe, Webber, 
Kansas. 

Vice-Presidents — Miss Mary B. Baird, 
Lincoln, Kansas. (President of Lin- 
coln); Mrs. Blanch Bond, Gresham, 



Nebraska, (President of Wayland); 
:\Irs. Roe (President of Olive Hill). 
Miss Virnal Brindle. Gresham. Ne- 
braska, (President of Red Cloud). 
Corresponding Secretary-Treasurer — 
Mrs. Gertrude Nelson, Gresham, Ne- 
braska. 



THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 



95 



WESTERN WASHINGTON 



Officers 

President — Mrs. Isa.belle Nelson, Monte- 

sano, Wash. 
Corresponding- Secretary-Treasurer — 

Mrs. Nancy Fry, Montesano, Wash. 



Auxiliary Society 
Montesano — President, Mrs. Josephine 
Loucks, Montesano, Washing-ton. 



EASTERN VIRGINIA 



Officers 

President — Mrs. C. H. Rowland, Frank- 
lin, Va. 

Vice-President — Mrs. I. W. Johnson, 
Suffolk. Va. 

Treasurer — Mrs. M. L. Bryant, 41 Pop- 
lar Ave., Norfolk, Va. 

Secretary — Mrs. Lion Stagg. 

Superintendent Literature and Mite 
Box — Mrs. John Cartwright, Norfolk, 
Virginia. 

Auxiliary- Societies 

Antiocli — Mrs. W. E. Garrison, Windsor, 
Virginia. 

Berea — (Xorfolli) — Mrs. Lillian Hall, 
Hickory, Va., R. R. 3. 

Berea — (Nan.) — Mrs. J. F. Wilroy, 
Drivers, Va. 

Bethlclieui. — Mrs. T. U. Savage, Buck- 
horn, Va. 

Cypreiss Chapel — ^Mrs. A. J. Rountrie, 
Cypress Chapel, Va. 

Daniascn.s — Mrs. J. H. Sea-well, Sun- 
bury. N. C. 

Dendron — Mrs. B. J. Ingram, Dendron, 
Virginia. 

Dover — Mrs. Ella M. Benson, 2 30 N. 
Bradford St., Dover, Del. 

First Cliurch — Norfolk — Mrs. John 
Cuthrell, Bog-ens Ave., S. Norfolk, 
Virginia. 



J Beale, Holland, Va. 
W. M. Jay, Holland. 



Franklin — Mrs. J. H. Williams, Frank- 
lin, Virginia. 
Holland — Mrs. B. 
Holy Neck — Mrs. 

Virginia. 
Ivor — Miss Dora Williams, Ivor, Va., R. 

R. 1. 
Johnsons Grove — Mrs. W. H. Joyner, 

Courtland. Va. 
Liibertv Springs — Mrs. W. E. Eason, 

Suffolk, Va., R. R. 1. 
Memorial Temple — Mrs. E. D. Midg-ett. 

1110 Tunstall Ave., Norfolk, Va. 
Mt. Carmel — Mrs. Frank Johnson, Zuni, 

Virginia. 
Newport News — Mrs. James Jernigan, 

1041 25th St., Ne-«vport Ne-ws, Va. 
Oakland — Mrs. R. B. Wood, Chucko- 

tuck, Va. 
Portsmouth — Mrs. B. F. Collins, 639 N. 

Cook St., Portsmoiith, Va. 
Rosemont — Mrs. O. F. Smith. Buell, Va. 
Suffolk — Mrs. John King, Suffolk, Va. 
Third Church, Norfolk — Mrs. John Cart- 

-wright, 80 LaSalle Ave., Norfolk, Va. 
rnion — Mrs. A. B. Covington, Franklin, 

Virginia. 
Wakefield — ISIrs. Blanche Baird Moffltt, 

Wakefield. Va. 
Waverly — Mrs. B. E. White, Waverly, 

Virginia. 
AVindsor — :\Irs. J. M. Roby. Windsor, Va. 



VIRGINIA VALLEY CENTRAL 



Officers 

President — Mrs. Boyd R. Richards, 
Winchester, Va. 

Vice-President — ^jNIrs. A. B. Kendall, 
Springfield, Ohio. 

Secretary — ;Mrs. B. F. Frank, Harrison- 
burg, Va. 

Treasurer — Miss Verdie Sho^valter, 
Harrisonburg, Va. 

Superintendent Literature and Mite 



Box — Miss Ella Pickering, Broadway, 
Virginia. 

Auxiliary Societies 
LcaksviSle — President, Mrs. Lena Roth- 

geb, Luray, Va. 
New Hope — President, Mrs. J. E. 

Bryant, Harrisonburg, Va. 
Winchester — President. :Mrs. Boyd R. 

Richards, Winchester, Va. 



GEORGIA AND ALABAMA 



Officers 

President — Mrs. A. A. Terrell. 
Vice-President — Mrs. R. F. Brown. 



Sec re tary -Treasure r- 
mond. * 



-]Mrs. 



Red- 



NORTH CAROLINA 



(North Carolina Christian Conference 
takes the place of former Eastern 
North Carolina. Western North Caro- 
lina, and North Carolina and Virginia 
conferences.) 

Officers 

President — ^Mrs. W. H. Carroll, Burling- 
ton, N. C. 

Vice-President — Mrs. J. P. Avent, Dur- 
ham, N. C. 

Secretary — Mrs. J. W. Patton. Greens- 
boro, N. C. 



Treasurer — Mrs. W. R. Sellars, Bur- 
lington. N. C. 

Superint-^ndent Literature and Mite 
Boxes — Mrs. J. J. Henderson, Gra- 
ham, N. C. 

Superintendent Young People — Mrs. H. 
Russell Clem, Greensboro, N. C. 

Superintendent Cradle Roll — ^Mrs. N. G. 
Newman, Elon College. N. C. 

Auxiliary Societies 
Apple Chapel — :Mrs. Alfred Apple, Elon 
College. N. C. 



96 



THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 



Berea — Mrs. H. C. Pollard, Burlington, 
N. C. 

Betlileheni (A) — Miss Anna Rippy, 
Altamahaw, N. C. 

Bethlehem (W) — Mrs. John Taylor, 
Elanis, N. C. 

Burlington — Mrs. "W. R. Sellers, Bur- 
lington, N, C. 

Chapel Hill — Mrs. E. W. Neville, Chapel 
Hill, N. C. 

Christian Light — Mrs. E. M. Blanchard, 
Kipling-, N. C. 

Concord^ — Miss Barbara Tate, Altama- 
haw, N. C. 

Danville (Va.) — ^Mrs. A. J. Allen, Dan- 
ville, Va. 

Durham — Mrs. J. P. Avent, 317 Hol- 
loway St., Durham, N. C. 

Elon College — Mrs. J. O. Atkinson, 
Elon College, N. C. 

Franklinton — Mrs. B. F. Black, Frank- 
linton, N. C. 

Fullers Chapel — Mrs. Sam Coghill, 
Henderson, N. C. 

Graham — Mrs. J. D. Kernodle, Graham, 
N. C. 

Greensboro^Mrs. J. W. Patton, Greens- 
boro, N. C. 

Happy Home — Mrs. Geo. Hill, Ruffln, 
N. C. 

Haw River — Miss Emma Thomas, Haw 
River, N. C. 

Hebron (Va.) — Mrs. 
Nelson, N. C. 

Henderson — Mrs. R. 
Henderson, N. C. 

High Point — Mrs. L. 
Point, N. C. 

Hines Chapel — Mrs. W. B. Wyrick, Mc- 
Leansville, N. C. 

Howards Chapel — Mrs. W. B. Madison, 
Wentworth, N. C. 

Ingram — Miss Mary Kent, Ingram, Va. 

Lebanon — Miss Mae Taylor, Milton, N. 
C. 

liiberty (Va.) — Miss -Elsie Bray, 
Nathalie, Va. 

Liberty (V.) — Mrs. W. C. Whitaker, 
Kittrell, N. C. 



Chas. R. Clark, 

L. Williamson, 

A. Gibson, High 



Longs Chapel — Mr.s. J. Walter Long, 

Burlington, N. C, R. R. 
Montleelio — Mrs. A. D. Zlienger, Browns 

Summit, N. C. 
Mt. Auburn — Mrs. J. A. Kimball, Man- 
son. N. C. 
Mt. Bethel — Miss Ethel Friddle, Stokes- 

dale, N. C. 
Mt. Zion — Mrs. Lizzie Holt, Mebane, N. 

C, R. R. 
IVew Center — Miss Eunice Davis, Se^- 

grove, N. C. 
]Vew Flam — Mrs. S. C. Holt, New Hill, 

N. C, R. R. 2. 
IVew Lebanon — Mrs. Horace Moore, 

Summerfleld, N. C. 
Oak Level — Mrs. W. H. Hudson, 

Youngsville, N. C. 
O'Kelleys Chapel — Miss Susie Parish, 

Durham, N. C, R. R. 
Palm St. — Mrs. A. H. Hinshaw, Care 

Revolution, Greensboro, N. C. 
Parks Cross Roads — Mrs. W. T. 

Foushee, Rainseur, N. C. 
Pleasant Grove (Va.) — Mrs. W. J. 

Pierce, News Ferry, Va. 
Pleasant Ridge (R) — Mrs. J. C. Claren, 

Ashboro, N. C. 

L. Vaughan, West 



A. Mofflt, Ramseur, 



Raleigh — Mrs. L. 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Ramseur — Mrs. T. 

N. C. 
Reidsvllle — Mrs. J. M. Lambeth, Reids- 

ville, N. C. 
Sanford — Miss Emma Hart, Sanford, N. 

C. 
Shallow Ford — Mrs. E. B. Roscoe, Elon 

College, N. C. 
Shallow Well — Mrs. Flossie Mclva, 

Jonesboro, N. C. 
Shiloh — Miss Gertrude MofSt, Ramseur, 

N. C. 
Turners Chapel — Miss Irene Sledge, 

Colon, N. C. 
Union (N. C.) — Mrs. C. P. Aldridge, 

Union Ridge, N. C. 
Union (Va.) — Mrs. T. W. Chandler, 

Virgilina, Va. 
Wake Chapel — Miss Ruth Johnson, 

Cardenas, N. C. 



Department of Young People's Work 



Superintendent,. Miss Carrie Bobison, Xorth Springfield, Pa. 



MAINE 

Young People's Superintendent — Mrs. Alberta Bell, Blaine, Maine. 



Societies 



Albion Beginners Class — Teacher, Mrs. 

Anna M. Heikes, Albion, Maine. 
Albion Sunbeams Class — Teacher, Mrs. 

Alice Robinson, Albion, Maine. 
Albion Star Class — Teacher, Mrs. Julia 

Dena<!0, Albion, Maine. 



Albion Winners Clas.s — Teacher, Mr. 

WMUiam Wolcott, Albion, Maine. 
Albion Class in the Corner — Teacher, 

Mrs. Anna Abbott, Albion, Maine. 
Albion Carry the News Class — Teacher, 

Mrs. Rose Robinson, Albion, Maine. 



MERRIMACK 
Voung People's Superintendent — Mrs. Mary J. Hoyt, Laconia, N. H. 



THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 97 

Societies 

Frunlclin Clirlstlan Endeavor — Marian Laoonia Junior CbrlHtian Endeavor — 

Powers, Franklin, N. H. Mrs. Mary J. Hoyt, Laconia, N. H. 

Hill Christian Endeavor — Mrs. F. R. SlirewMl>ury Cliristlan Endeavor — Daisy 

Woodwa«rd, Hill, N. H. A. Whiting-, Cuttingsville, Vt. 

Laconia Cliristlan Enileavor — Mrs. South Danbury Christian Endeavor — 

Evelyn Monte, Laconia, N. H. E. J. Ordway, South Danbury, N. H. 

Laconia Intermediate Christian En- Woodstoclc Christian Endeavor — Orren 

deavor — Mr. J. H. Corey, Laconia, N. Houghton, Woodstock, Vt. 

H. 

RHODE ISLAND AND MASSACHUSETTS 

Societies 
Elniwood Junior Christian Endeavor — Einiwood Intermediate Christian En- 
Miss Caroline A. Vaughn, 67 Elmdale deavor — Miss Vaughn. 
Ave., Providence, R. I. 

ROCKINGHAM 

Young People's Superintendent — Mrs. Winnifred T. CofHn, Kittery Point, Me. 

Societies 
Lynn Invineibles Class — Miss Edith M. Portsmouth Junior Christian Endeavor 

Hart, 36 Pacific St., East Lynn, Mass. — Superintendent, Mrs. Hayden Mer- 

Lynn Junior Invineibles Class — Teacher, rill, 40 Elwyn St., Portsmouth, N. H. 

Mrs. W. E. Alden, 96 President St., Portsmouth Young: People's Society — 

East Lynn, Mass. Dr. L. E. Follansbee, Portsmouth, N. 

Manchester Glad Gleaners — Superin- H. 

tendent, Mrs. Mary Caswell, 496 Hall Wolfeboro Girl's Sunday-school Class — 
St., Manchester, N. H. Miss Elsie Thurston, Wolfeboro, N. H. 

NEW YORK EASTERN 
Y'oung People's Superintendent — Mrs. B. H. Andrews, 134 W. Spring St., Albany, N. Y. 

Societies 
Danbury (Conn.) Junior Chri.stian En- E. Miller, Medway, N. Y. 

deavor — -Superintendent, Mrs. A. H. Albany Christian Endeavor — Secretary, 
Fielder, Danbury, Conn. Miss Charlotte L. Estes, 405 Madison 

Med'way Willing Worlters^Miss Jessie Ave., Albany, N. Y. 

NEW YORK WESTERN 
Young People's Superintendent — Mrs. Robert Hall, Hilton, N. Y. 

Society 
Orangeport Glad Gleaners — Mrs. Julia Silsby, Gasport, N. Y. 

NEW YORK CENTRAL 
Young People's Superintendent — Mrs. Minnie Cox, West Henrietta, N. Y. 

ONTARIO 
Young People's Superintendent — Miss Edith M. Morton, Keswick, Ontario. 

Societies 
Bethaven Mission Study Clas.s — Presi- Osli:i-\va Willing Worker.s — President, 

dent. Miss Muriel Ardell, Bethaven, Mr. George Webster, Oshawa, On*. 

Ontario. Ring^vood Young People's Society — 

Keswick Young People's Itlission So- President, ^Vliss Alma Breuls, Ring-- 

ciety — President, IMr. Erwin Winch, wood, Ontario. 

Keswicl<, Ontario. Stouffville Young People's Society — 

Osha'»va Glad Gleaners — Superintendent, President, Miss Nora Stapleton, 

Miss Luella Manuel, Oshawa, Ont. Stouffville, Ontario. 

ERIE 

Y''oung People's Superintendent — Miss Carrie Robison, N. Springfield, Pa. 

Societies 

Draketo-wn Busy Bees Class — Teacher, Draketown Star Class — President, Miss 
Marie Gleeton. Waterford, Pa. Marian Ryan, Waterford, Pa. 

DraketOTvn Over the Top Class — Teach- 
er, Mrs. Pearl Gardner, Waterford, Draketown True Blue Class — President, 
Pa. Miss Beth Sybrandt, Waterford, Pa. 



98 



THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 



Rawt Springfield Willing Workers Class 

— President, Miss Lila Howard, East 
Spring-field, Pa. 

Fairview Glad Gleaners — Teacher, Mrs. 
Lovina Nason, Fairview, Pa. 

F"air>'ie^v Voung- People's Society — 
President, Mrs. Maud Herbol, Fair- 
view, Pa. 

Spriiigboro Clas.s — President, Miss 

Doiotliy Thornton, Spring-boro, Pa. 

Wasliington Valley, G. S. B. C. — Secre- 
tary, Joseph Gillette, Wa-terford, Pa. 



AVashington Valley Winners Class — 

Secretary, Miss Esther McLallan, 
Cambridge Springs, Pa. 

Wa.shington Valley Willing Workers 
Cla.ss — Teacher, Nellie Hawk, Cam- 
bridge Springs, Pa. 

Washington Valley Hopeful Band Class 
— Teacher, Mrs. J. G. Greenman, Cam- 
bridge Springs, Pa. 

AA'ashington Valley Altruistic Class — 
Teacher, Miss Esther McLallan, Cam- 
bridge Springs, Pa. 



NEW JERSEY 

Societies 



Liockto^vn Invincibles Class — Secretary, 

Miss Edna Stryker, Frenchtown, N. J. 

liOckto^vn Woodro^v Wilson Class — 

Secretary, Miss Elizabeth Goodell, 



Flemington, N. J. 
Lockto^n Willing Helpers Class- 
Teacher, Mrs. Joseph Robbins, Flem- 
ington. N. J. 



RAYS HILL AND SOUTHERN PENNSYLVANIA 
Young: People's Superintendent — Mrs. A. F. Foor, Everett, Pa. 

Societies 



Bell Grove Young People's Societj- — 

Mrs. Hays Lashley, Hancock, Md. 
Buck Valley Young People's Society — 

President, George Lehman, Hancock, 
Md., R. R. 

Buck Valley Glad Gleaners — Miss Jessie 
Bottenfleld, Hancock, Md. 

Dania.scus Glad Gleaners — President, 
Miss Mary Gregory, Everett, Pa., R. 
R. 4. 

Earlston Young People's Society — Mrs. 
Gideon Price, Everett, Pa., R. R. 4. 

Karlston Glad Gleaners — Superintend- 
ent, Mrs. J. H. Bassett, Everett, Pa. 

Jerusalem Glad Gleaners — Superintend- 
ent, Miss Goldie Plessinger, Ama- 
ranth. Pa. 

Mt. Union Young People's Society — 
President, Mrs. Charles ■ Jackson, 
Everett, Pa., R. R. 

Mt. Union Glad Gleaners — Superintend- 
ent, Mrs. George Buzzard, Everett, 
Pa., R. R. 



Mt. Zion Young People's Society — 

President, Mrs. E. M. Trail, Flint- 
stone, Md. 

Pleasant Grove Young People's Society 
— Mrs. Brooks Smith, Warfordsburg, 
Pa., R. R. 

Pleasant Grove Glad Gleaners — Super- 
intendent, Mrs. Mae Mellott, War- 
fordsburg, Pa. 

Pine Grove Young People's Society — 
President, Mrs. Alvah Jay, Clearville, 
Pa. 

Rock Hill Young People's Society — H. 
P. Mearkle, Everett, Pa. 

Union Memorial Glad Gleaners — Super- 
intendent, Mrs. Dorset Wink, Everett, 
Pa. 

Sideling Hill Glad Gleaners — Superin- 
tendent, Miss Louie Pittman, Need- 
more, Pa., R. R. 1. 



TIOGA RIVER 

Young People's Superintendent — Mi's. Lynn Graves, 12 Orton Ave., Binghamton, N. Y 
AssLstant Superintendent — Mrs. Etta Terrill, 149 St. Johns St., Johnson City, N. Y'. 

Society 

Evergreen Glad Gleaner.s — Superintendent, Mrs. Blanch Robison, New Albany, N. Y. 

MIAMI OHIO 

Young People's Superintendent — Miss Mary E. Froebe, 611 Brice Ave., Piqua, Ohio. 



Dayton (First) Junior Cliristian En- 
deavor — Superintendent, Miss Edna 
Ruse, 338 Mercer St., Dayton, Ohio. 

Dayton (Walnut Hills) Primarj- De- 
partment — Superintendent, Mrs. Mary 
Jenkins, R. R. 8, Dayton, Ohio. 

Dayton (Walnut Hills) Intermediate 
Christian Endeavor — Superintendent, 
Miss Edna Metcalf, 28 Anderson St., 
Dayton, Ohio. 

Dayton (Walnut Hills) Wo-he-lo Class 
— Corresponding Secretary, Miss Vio- 
let Weaver, 131 Edgar Ave., Dayton, 
Ohio. 



Eaton (tueen Esther Band — Correspond- 
ing Secretary, Miss Ruth Miley, 112 
East Hig;h St., Eaton, Ohio. 

Erankljn Young People's Society — Cor- 
responding Secretary, Miss Mina 
Minge. Harrison Addition, Franklin, 
Ohio. 

Greenville Young People's Society — 
Corresponding Secretary, Miss Maude 
Spade, 408 East Main St., Greenville, 
Ohio. 

Greenville Glad Gleaners— Superintend- 
ent, Mrs. J. O. Winters, 210 Oakwood 
Ave., Greenville, Ohio. 



THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 



99 



Piqaii Mirinni Bible Class — Correspond- 
ing Secretary, Mrs. Maude Kelsey, 514 
West North St.. Piqua, Ohio. 

Pien.sant Hill Young People's Society — 

Corresponding- Secretary, Miss Wanda 
Smith, R. R. 4, Maple Lawn Farm, 
Covington, Ohio. 

Springfield Young People's Society — 
Corresponding Secretary, Miss Esther 
Leist, North Race St., Springfield, 
Ohio. 

Troy Young People's Society — Corres- 
ponding Secretary, Miss Irene Rail- 
ing, 714 McKaig Ave., Troy, Ohio. 



Troy Class No. 8 — Corresponding Secre- 
tary, Mrs. Walter Miller, Race St., 
Troy, Ohio. 

Troy Junior Christian Endeavor — 
Superintendent, Miss Gertrude Reed, 
127 South Cherry St., Troy, Ohio. 

Versailles Young People's Society — 
Corresponding Secretary Miss Mary 
Belle Harn, Versailles, Ohio. 

Versailles Junior Cbristlan Endeavor — 

West Milton Glad Gleaners — Superin- 
tendent, Mrs. Mary Wilgus, West 
Milton, Ohio. 



MT. VERNON 

Young People's Superintendent — Mrs. Daisy Martin, Black Run, Ohio. 

Society 

Coshocton Junior Missionary Society — Superintendent, Mrs. Adda Baughman, 946 
Chestnut St., Coshocton, Ohio. 

OHIO CENTRAL 

Young People's Superintendent — Mrs. Mabel Merrill, 2335 Indianola Ave., Colum- 
bus, Ohio. 

Society 

Mt. Sterling Junior Christian Endeavor — Superintendent, Mrs. Mary Hagans, Mt. 
Sterling, Ohio. 



SOUTHERN OHIO 

Young People's Superintendent — ^IVIrs. Ava Canter, New Richmond, Ohio. 



Societies 



Antioch Twilight Club — Teacher, Mrs. 

Nettie Bee, Bethel, Ohio, R. R. 4. 
Antioch Winners Class — Teacher, Miss 

Mary Bee, Bethel, Ohio, R. R. 4. 
Higginsport Perseverence Band — 

Teacher, Mrs. Fannie White, George- 
town, Ohio, R. R. 1. 
HigginspoM Opening Buds — Teacher, 

Miss Flora Jennings, Higginsport, 

Ohio. 
Oak Grove Depend On JWe Clas.s.^ 

Teacher, Mrs. Dellia Hayslip, Cherry 

Fork, Ohio, R. R. 1. 
Oak Grove W^illing W^orkers Class — 

Teacher, Mrs. Mandy Pence, West 

Union, Ohio, R. R. 3. 
Oak Grove Glad Gleaners Clas.s — 

Teacher, Mrs. Minnie Brodt, West 

Union, Ohio, R. R. 3. 
Mt. Zion King's Daughters Society — 

President, Miss Jossie West, New 

Richmond, Ohio, R. R. 



Poplar Chapel Christian Endeavor — 

President, Miss Olive Parrish, Bethel, 

Ohio, R. R. 4. 
Poplar Chapel Loyal W^orkers Class- 
Teacher, Miss Olive Parrish, Bethel, 

Ohio, R. R. 4. 
Poplar Chapel Live W^ire Class — Teax;h- 

er. Miss Carrie Miller, Bethel, Ohio, 

R. R. 3. 
Poplar Chapel Sunshine Class — Teach- 
er, Mi.?s Sara Parrish, Bethel, Ohio, 

R. R. 4. 
Pt. Isabel Class No. 4 — Teacher, Mrs. 

Mary Snider, Bethel. Ohio, R. R. 3. 
Union (Adanis Co.) Class in the Corner 

— Teacher, John Pyle, Manchester, 

Ohio. 
Union (Brown Co.) Busy Bees — Teacher, 

Miss Elizabeth Shinkle, Higginsport, 

Ohio. 



CENTRAL INDIANA 
Young People's Superintendent — Mrs. Dora Smith, Acton, Ind. 



Aeton Young People's Society- 
Dora Smith, Acton, Ind. 



Societies 
-INIrs. Clifford Junior Christian Endeavor — 

Superintendente, iliss Nora Mohr, 
Clifford, Ind. 



EASTERN INDIANA 

Y'^oung People's Superintendent — Mrs. Ida Herrors, Montpelier, Ind. 

Society 
Mt. Zion W^illlng W^orker.s — Superintendent, Mrs. Laura Routh, Losantville, Ind. 



100 rHE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

EEL RIVER 
Vouns People's Superintendent — Mrs. Ruby Himes, Cromwell, Ind., R. R. 

Societies 
Goshen Young: People's Sunday-School ton, Ind. 

Class — Sparta Young People's Society — Presi- 

Hanting-ton Young Ladies' Ouild — dent. Chancy Himes, Cromwell, Ind., 

President, Mrs. J. E. Etter, Hunting- R. R. 



NORTHWESTERN INDIANA 
Young People's Superintendent — Mrs. Minnie Harness, Galveston, Ind., R. R. 1. 

WESTERN INDIANA 
Young People's Superintendent — Miss Beryl McReynolds, Sharpsville, Ind'. 

Societies 

Advance Glad Gleaners — Superintend- tendent, Mrs. Nettie Van Zant, Dar- 

ent, Mrs. Lottie Bratton, Lebanon, ling-ton, Ind. 

Ind. Mellott Glad Gleaners — Secretary, Miss 
Antioch Glad Gleaners— Superintendent, Dorothy Crumly, Veedersburg, Ind. 

Mrs. Rhoda Anderson, Frankfort, Ind. Meroni Young People'.s Society— Mrs. 
. .. , ,^ „ . . c 1 ^ ,;, Constance Pleasant, Merom, Ind. 

Antioch^ oung People's Socletj— Mrs. Prairieville Young People's Sunday- 
Blanche Phillips, Frankfort, Ind. school Class— Mrs. Roy Lee. Sharps- 
Darlington Glad Gleaners — Superin- ville, Ind. 



CENTRAL ILLINOIS 

Young People's Superintendent — ;Mrs. Elizabeth Dukeman, Atwood, 111. 

Societies 

Danville Young People's Society — dent, Miss Mildred Dobson, Milmine, 

President, Miss Doris Toms, Danville, Illinois. 

Illinois. Tuscola Glad Gleaners — Mrs. Claude 

Hope Glad Gleaner.s — Miss Lorraine Hoel, Tuscola, 111. 

Gritton, Fithian, 111. Urbana Glad Gleaner.s — Superintendent, 

Lake Fork Glad Gleaner.s — President, Miss Mary Doug-las, Urbana. 111. 

Miss Ruth Harshbarger, Atwood, 111. Urbana World Wide Guild' — Helen 

Milmine Glad Gleaner.s — Miss Blanche Veach, Urbana, 111. 

Longbous, Milmine, 111. Urbana Willing Workers Class — Marn 

Milmine Young People's Society — Presi- Stockville, Urbana, 111. 



SOUTHERN WABASH ILLINOIS 
Young People's Superintendent — Mrs. L. L. Wilson, Robinson, 111. 

Societies 

Hidalgo Young People's Society — Presi- Mt. Zion Young People's Society — Presi- 
dent, Miss Elsie Brooks, Hidalgo, 111. dent. Miss Ophal Kelley, Greenup, 111. 

NORTH CAROLINA 

Superintendent of Boys' Work — Mrs. J. W. Patton, 316 Tate St., Greensboro, N. C. 

Societies 

Klon College Boys' Society — Superin- Greensboro Young Men's Junior For- 

tendent, Mr. Humphreys, Elon Col- eign Missionary Society — Superin- 

lege, N. C. tendent, F. M. Clement, Simpson St., 

Graham Boys' Society — Superintendent, Greensboro, N. C. 

Mrs. J. D. Kernodle, Graham, N. C. Ramseur Boys' Society — Superintend- 

Greensboro Boys' Society — Superintend- ent, Mrs. A. T. Banks, Ramseur, N. C. 

ent, C. E. York, Greensboro, N. C. 



THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 



101 



NORTH CAROLINA 
Young People's Superintendent — Mrs. H. R. Clem, Greensboio, N. C. 



Soeletieiii 



Bennett Young People's Society — 
Burling-ton Young People's Society — 
Burlington W^illing Workers — 
Chapel Hill Willing V^'orkers — 
Catatvbu Springs Young People's So- 
ciety — 
Concord Young People's Society — 
Danville (Va.) Young People's So- 
ciety — 
Danville (Va.) Willing Workers — 
Eton College Young People's Society — 
Eion College Junior Young People's 

Society — 
Klon College Willing W'orkers— 
First Church, Greensboro W^illing 

Workers. 
Fullers Chapel Young People's So- 
ciety — 



Graham Young People's Society — 
Liberty (Va. ) Young People's Society — 
Liberty (Va.) Willing Workers — 
Mt. Auburn Willing W'orkers — 
Ncedhsinis Grove Young People's So- 
ciety — 
Xe>v Lebanon Young People's Society — 
Ne^v Providence Young People's So- 
ciety — 
Pleasant Grove (Va.) Young People's 

Society — 
Pleasant Grove (Va.) W^illing W^ork- 

ers — 
Popes Chapel Young People's Society — 
Raleigh Young People's Society — 
Reidsville Young People's Society — 
Sandford Young People's Society — 
Union (Va.) Willing W^orkers — 



VIRGINIA VALLEY CENTRAL 
Young People's Superintendent — Mrs. A. W. Andes. Harrisonburg-, Va. 



Societies 



Antioch Young People's Society — Presi- 
dent, Miss Verdie Showalter, Har- 
risonburg-, Va. 

Bethlehem Young People's Society — 

President, G. N. Brown, Broadway, 
Va. 
Concord Young People's Society — Presi- 
dent, Miller Mills, Timberville, Va. 



Dry Run Willing .Workers — President, 

Miss Mae Burke, Seven Fountains, 

Va. 
Timber Ridge Young People's Society — 

President, Miss Grace Larrick, Hig-h 

View, W. Va. 
W^inchester Young People's Society — 

Russel Gather, Winchester, Va. 



EASTERN VIRGINIA 

Young People's Superintendent — Mrs. W. V. Leathers, Holland, Va. 



Societies 



Berea Young People's Society — 
Berea Willing Workers — 
Bethlehem Young People's Society — 
Burtons Grove Young People's So- 
ciety — 
Dendron Young People's Society — 
First, IVorfolk Young People's Society — 
Franklin Young People's Society — 
Franklin Willing Workers — 
Holland Young People's Society — 
Holland Willing W^orkers — 
Holy Neck W^illing W'orkers — 
Liberty Spring Young People's So- 
ciety — 



Nov Lebanon Young People's Society- 
Portsmouth Young People's Society — 
Suffolk Young People's Society — 
Spring Hill Young People's Society — 
South Norfolk Young People's Society- 
South IVorfolk Willing Workers — 
Suffolk Willing Workers — 
Spring Hill Willing Workers — 
Wakefield Young People's Society — 
W'averly Young People's Society — 
Waverly Willing Worker.s — 
Windsor Willing Workers — 



Cradle Roll Department 



Cradle Roll Superintendent — Mrs. Noma Culver Johnson, 147 Ridge Ave.. Davton, 
Ohio. 



CENTRAL IOWA 
Conference Superintendent — Miss Ruth Speas, Gilman, Iowa. 

Local Superintendents 
Ferguson — ^Mrs. Elma King-. Ferguson, Legrand — Mrs. Margaret Piper, Le- 
lowa. grand, Iowa. 



102 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

CENTRAL ILLINOIS 

Conference Superintendent — Mrs. John Anderson, Tuscola, Illinois. 

Local Superintendents 

Bethel — Mrs. Edith Perry, Mansfield, wood, Illinois. 

Illinois. Tuscola — Mrs. J. N. Heacock, 58 S. 

Danville — Mrs. T. C. Toms, 812 Gilbert Miller St., Tuscola, Illinois. 

St., Danville, Illinois. Urbana — Rose M. Thompson, 1071/2 N. 

Hope — Mrs. Lena Arnold. Park St., Urbana, Illinois. 
Lake Fork — Mrs. Grace Monroe, At- 

EASTERN INDIANA 
Conference Superintendent — Mrs. Nettie Thornburg, Farmland, Indiana. 

Local Superintendent."* 

Antiocb — Mrs. Maymie Seagrave, Los- White Chapel — Mrs. Ursel Patty, Park- 

antville, Indiana. er, Indiana. 

Mt. ZIon — Mrs. Nora Golliher, Losant- 

ville, Indiana. 

EEL RIVER 

Conference Superintendent — Mrs. S. W. Paff, 628 S. 7th St., Goshen, Indiana. 

Local Superintendent."* 

Antioch — Mrs. Alva Klutz, North Man- Sparta — Mrs. Fannie Cash, Kimmell, 

Chester, Indiana. Indiana. 

Elkhart — Mrs. Ida" Dickerhoff, fil9 Sidney — A. Florence Messmore. Sidney, 

Maple Row, Elkhart, Indiana. Indiana. 

Goshen — Warren — Martha Sprowl, Warren, In- 

Huntin^ton — ISIrs. Millicent Snyder, 730 diana. 

Leopold St., Hunting'ton, Indiana. 

ERIE 
Conference Superintendent — Mrs. Charles Gardner, Edinboro, Pa., R. R. 

Local Superintendents 

Cambridgre Springes — Mrs. Theodore Spring^eld, Pa. 

Davis, Cambridge Springs, Pa. Edinboro — Mrs. Leslie Colvin, Edin- 

Conneaut — Mrs. Bert Palmer, Conneaut, boro. Pa. 

Ohio. Springboro — ^Mrs. Sarah Gunn, Spring- 

Draketown — Mrs. Marie Gluten, Edin- boro, Pa. 

boro. Pa. Wa.shington Valley — Mrs. Nellie Davis, 

East Springfield — Mrs. H. L. Lott, East Waterford, Pa. 

INDIANA MIAMI RESERVE 

Conference Superintendent — ;Miss Dora Pickens, Vanburen, Indiana, R. R. 

Local Superintendents 

Pikes Peak — JMrs. Ocie Helvie, Dale- Marion — 
ville, Indiana, R. R. 1. 

MAINE 

Conference Superintendent — Miss Eva Copeland, Albion, Maine. 

Local Superintendent 
Albion — Mrs. Louise Littlefield, Albion, Maine. 

MERRIMACK 

Local Superintendents 

Woodstock — ^JVIrs. Bert E. Hood, Wood- East Lynn — Mrs. E. M. MacNichol. East 
stock, Vermont. Lynn, Mass. 

MIAMI OHIO 

Conference Superintendent — Mrs. Edith Spring, Eaton, Ohio. 



THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 103 

Loonl Superintendents 

Ansonin — Mildred Johnson, Ansonia, GreenTille — Mrs. C. E. Patly, 245 Oak- 
Ohio, wood Ave., Greenville, Ohio. 

Concord — Mrs. Hattie Hart, Concord, Piqna — Mrs. John Alexander, 214 Chest- 
Ohio, nut St., Piqua, Ohio. 

Crown Point — Mary Peterson, Dayton, Shiloh Springes — Mrs. Nancy K. Wines, 

Ohio, R. R. 4. Dayton, Ohio, R. R. 1. 

CanipbelLstown — Mrs. Ota Swisher, Springfield — Mrs. Brown, 1010 Lime- 

Campbellstown, Ohio. stone St., Spring-field, Ohio. 

Dayton (First Church) — Mrs. Ida M. Sugar Creeli — Mrs. Drusilla Vaughan, 

Eickmeyer, 1112 W. Second St., Day- Centerville, Ohio, 

ton, Ohio. Troy — Mrs. John Harris, Troy, Ohio. 

Dayton (Walnut Hills) — Mrs. Earl Mc- Versailles — Miss Mary Rike, 201 E. 

Donald, 1020 Epworth Ave., Dayton, "Wood St., Versailles, Ohio. 

Ohio. West Milton — Mrs. Laura Folker, West 

Eaton — ^Mrs. Edith Spring-, Eaton, Ohio. Milton, Ohio. 

MICHIGAN 

liOeal Superintendent 
Maple Rapids — Mrs. Anna N. Blank, Perrinton, Michigan, R. R. 1. 

MT. VERNON 

Conference Superintendent- — Mrs. Lees. 

Local Superintendents 

Appleton — Mrs. Ida Hatch, Centerburg, ville, Ohio. 

Ohio, R. R. 3. Falr^'iew — Mrs. Ira Berger, Mt. Vernon, 
Centerburg — Miss Mary Willis, Center- Ohio. 

burg, Ohio. Utioa — Miss Jessie Shuff, Utica, Ohio. 

Coshocton — Mrs. J. S. Baughman, 904 Westville — ^Mrs. Ethel Taylor, Beloit, 

Chestnut St., Coshocton, Ohio. Ohio. 

Danville — Mrs. A. J. Workman, Dan- 

NEW YORK EASTERN 

Conference Superintendent — Mrs. Thomas Robbinson, 17 Barclay St., Albany, N. Y. 

Local Superintendents 

Albany — Middleburg, N. Y., R. R. 2. 

Clove — Mrs. C. B. Dennis, Lagrange- Otego^Mrs. Fannie Martindale, Otego, 

ville, N. Y., R. R. 15. N. Y. 

Freehold' — Rebecca Boyce, Freehold, N. Portlandville — Miss C. Belle Thorne, 

T. Portlandville, N. Y. 

Hartwick — Mrs. Bertha DeMett, Hart- Rural Grove — ^Mrs. Mattie Herrick, 

wick, N. Y. Randall, N. Y. 
Huntersland — Mrs. Harvey Becker, 

NORTH CAROLINA 
Conference Superintendent — Mrs. N. G. Newman, Elon College, N. C. 

Local Superintendent 
Klon College — Mrs. N. G. Newman, Elon College, N. C 

NEW YORK CENTRAL 

Local Superintendents 

Brnshton — Mrs. P. A. Clark, Brushton, East Houn-sfleld — Miss Flora Cleveland, 
New York. ^Vatertown, New York. 

NEW YORK WESTERN 

Conference Superintendent — ^IVIrs. W. S. Daniels, Morg-ansville, N. Y. 

Local Superintendents 

Machias — Mrs. A. Bartlett, Machias, Royalton — Mrs. R. H. Peel, Gasport. N. 
N. Y. Y., R. R. 

NORTHWESTERN INDIANA 
Conference Superintendent — Marion Moore, Galveston, Ind., R. R. 2. 



104 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

Local Superintendents 

Arg^os — Mrs. Nellie Carter, 305 Miami Ivokonio-^Mrs. B. A. Kaufman, Koko- 

St., Arg-os, Indiana. mo, Ind., R. R. 

Deer Creek— Mrs. Theresa Yater, Gal- Ora— Mrs. Mary Parker, Ora, Indiana, 

veston, Indiana, R. R. 1. eh-i' h^ ^^' 

Greentown— Mrs. Jennie Smith, Green- jj^'^^ "reek Valley— Mrs. Hester Am- 

town, Indiana. thauer, Walton, Ind., R. R. 

"V*".*"!^ Grove— Mrs. Nelhe Casad. Young America- Mrs. Emma Pickett. 

Monticello, Indiana, R. R. Russiaville, Ind., R. R. 4. 

NORTHWESTERN OHIO 

Conference Superintendent — Mrs. G. R. Mell, 700 S. Broadway, Lima, Ohio. 

Liocal Superintendentis 
Betfiei — No report. Delphos — Miss Cora Morgan, Delphos, 

Colnmbu.s Grove — Mrs. S. H. Kerns, Co- ^ ,^^^'^\, „ , ^- , .„. c c, ^^ 

lumbus Grove, Ohio. Lima— Mrs. Hazel Dickson, 424 S. Scott 

St., Lima, Ohio. 

Defiance — Write Mrs. M. T. Morrill, 20 olive Branch — Miss Jessie Brown, Con- 
Collegre Place, Defiance, Ohio. voy, Ohio. 

OHIO CENTRAL 
Conference Superintendent — Mrs. Alta Ollinger, South Vienna, Ohio. 

Local Superintendents 
ColumbuN — Mrs. Susie M. Alexander, Mt. Sterling — Mrs. Margaret Hollings- 
169 E. Tompkins St., Columbus, Ohio. head, Mt. Sterling, Ohio. 

OHIO EASTERN 

Conference Superintendent — No report. 

OHIO VALLEY 

Conference Superintendent — Mrs. Katie Siders, Middleport, Ohio. 

OHIO STATE 

Conference Superintendent — Mrs. Mary E. Hagans, Mt. Sterling, Ohio. 

OSAGE (EASTERN DIVISION) 

■ Local Superintendent 
3It. Zion — Mrs. Lydia Nixdorf, Iberia, Missouri. 

RAYS HILL AND SOUTHERN PENNSYLVANIA 

Conference Superintendent — Mrs. Anna T. Smith, Inglesmith, Pa. 

Local Superintendents 

Buck Valley — Miss Viola Bottenfield, Pleasant Grove — Mrs. Blanche S. Hol- 

Hancock, Md. ^ t. .. lenshead, Needmore, Pa., R. R. 

Karlston — Mrs. Harvey Darr, Everett, ^ . ..,^', ,.„ 

Pa. R R 3 Union >Ieniorial — Mrs. U. J. Bennett. 

Mt. Union — Mrs. McDaniel. Rock Hill — JMrs. George Ferguson. 

ROCKINGHAM 

Local Superintendent 
East Lynn — Mrs. E. M. MacNichol, East Lynn, Mass. 

SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN CONVENTION 

Superintendent — ^Mrs. Boyd Richards, Winchester, Va.< 

SOUTHERN KANSAS 

Local Superintendent 
Towanda — Mrs. Jane Mooney, Towanda, Kansas. 

SOUTHERN OHIO 

Conference Superlntenilent — Mrs. Daisy Day, Bethel, Ohio, R. R. 3. 



THECHRISTIANANNUAL 105 

Local Superintendents 

Antioch — Miss Nola Bee, Bethel, Ohio, Mt. Joy — Miss Nolene Ellington, Otway, 

R. R. 4. Ohio. R. R. 1. 

Bible Chapel — Mrs. Mary Meranda. Point I.sabel — Mrs. Daisy Day, Bethel, 

Hamersville, Ohio. Ohio, R. R. 3. 

Mt. Zion — Miss Josie West, New Rich- Union (B. C.) — Mrs. Maud Meranda, 

mond, Ohio, R. R. 1. Georgetown, Ohio, R. R. 

SOUTHERN WABASH ILLINOIS 

Conference Superintendent — Mrs. Lena Newlin, Hutsonville, Illinois. 

Local Superintendents 

Laniotte — Mrs. Lee Pleasant, Palestine, Porterville — Mrs. R. B. Morris, Hutson- 
Illinois. ville, Illinois. 

SOUTHWESTERN IOWA 

Local Superintendent 

Madrid — Mrs. A. E. Skortman, Madrid, Iowa. * 

TIOGA RIVER 

Conference Superintendent — Mrs. Julia Rockwell, Lawrenceville, Pa., R. R. 1. 

Local Superintendent.s 

Ea.st Lawrence — Mrs. Hattie Tilford, Evergreen^Miss Leona Terry, New Al- 
Lawrenceville, Pa., R. R. 1. bany. Pa., R. R. 4. 

UNION IOWA 

Conference Superintendent — Miss Mary Parker, Floris, Iowa. 
VIRGINIA VALLEY CENTRAL 

Conference Superintendent — Mrs. C. O. Taylor, Linville, Va. 

WESTERN INDIANA 

Conference Superintendent — IMrs. Edith Mason, Veedersburg-, Indiana, R. R. 1. 

Local Superintendents 

Advance — ]\Iiss Esther Morrison, Leb- Manson — Mrs. Myrtle Price, Frankfort, 

anon, Indiana, R. R. Ind., R. R. 6. 

Antioch — Mrs. D. L. Thompson, Frank- Mellott — Miss May Walters, Mellott, 

fort, Ind., R. R. Indiana. 

Attica — Mrs. Horora Dunkin, Attica, Osborn Prairie — Mrs. George Black, 

Indiana. Veedersburg, Indiana, R. R. 4. 

Darlington — Ina Bowers, Darlington, Pleasant View — Mabel Clifton, Leb- 

Indiana. anon, Indiana, R. R. 11. 

Lebanon — ^Mrs. C. R. Miller, 417 Jame- Union — Mrs. Edith McKnight, Veeders- 

son St., Lebanon, Indiana. burg, Indiana, R. R. 6. 

Linden — Mrs. John Harrigan, Linden, Wingate — Mrs. Lurie Sentman, Win- 
Indiana, gate, Indiana. 



106 THECHRISTIANANNUAL 



CONFERENCE DEPARTMENT 



In tlie Conference Department, where the church or the Sunday-school or Christian En- 
deavor Society is not reported by the Conference Secretary, we have taken it as evidence that 
there were none to report, except in such cases where we were fully assured that only 
temporarily inactivity existed. In such cases we have reprinted the report for 1921 and in- 
dicated such reprint by the figaires (1921). When Sunday-schools and Christian Endeavor 
Societies were not reported as making offerings to these departments, it was taken for granted 
that no offering had been made. The four offerings — Convention, Home Missions, Foreign 
Missions, and Education — are reported from the Convention records, except those reported by 
Conference Secretaries. 



New England Group 



MAINE 

(Reported by Secretary Heikes) 

Session of 1921 — Bangor, Maine. 
Session of 1922 — 

Offlcer.s — Rev. J. W. Reynolds, Newport, Maine — President. 

E. E. Wig-g-in, Albion, IMaine — Vice-President. 

Rev. N. M. Heikes, Albion. Maine^-Secretary. 

R. E. Ireland, Corinna, Maine — Treasurer. 
Department Seeretaries — ]Mrs. F. W. Roberts, Newport, Maine — Sunday-schools. 

Rev. D. P. Hurlburt, Bangor, Maine — Christian Endeavor. 

— Education. 

Mrs. N. M. Heikes, Albion, Maine — Missions. 

Ministers — Flewelling, Lemuel E., Blaine, Me. 

Arnold, Henry, Fall River, Mass. Heikes, N. M., Albion, Me. 

Bartlett Rufus. Humphrey, T. P., Hampton Highlands, Me. 

Bodman', E. J., 3520 N. Main St., Fall River, Hurlburt, Donald P., Bangor, Me. 

j^Iass. Kelley, Lawrence, Grimes, Me. 

Burrill ' S. L Matteson, C. E., Dexter, Me. 

Case, Alei., Cherryfield. Me. O^ff, B. L., Lawrence, Mass. 

Clark, Mrs. C. C. Blaine, Me. Potter, George W. 

Cole, Grace E., Winterport, Me. Reynolds, J. W., Newport, Me. 

Cole, Horatio E., Winterport, Me. Turner, Mark. 
Cottle, W. B., Kennebunkport, Me. 

Church, Pastor, Clerls, Offering's, Organizations 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

ALiBIOBf — Rev. N. M. Heikes, pastor; Rev. N. M. Heikes was pastor last year; 
Elmer E. Wiggin. clerk, Albion, Maine. Membership, 93. Church building 
valued at $5,000.00. Parsonage valued at $1,500.00. Full time preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $600.00 first half, $800.00 last half; American 
Christian Convention, $7.05; Foreign Missions, $26.21; Home Missions, $36.06; 
Education, $12.89; all other purposes, $155.00. 

Sunday-school — E. E. Wiggin, superintendent, Albion, Maine; F. C. Littlefield, 
secretary, Albion, Maine. Average attendance, 50. Contributed to Sunday- 
school Department, $2.00; all other purposes, $199.25. 

Christian Sndeavor — E. "VV. Hussy, president, Albion, Maine; Mrs. Annie Ab- 
bott, corresponding secretarj', Albion, Maine. Members — active, 26; associate, 
3; honorary, 2; total, 31. 

BANGOR — Rev. Donald P. Hurlburt, pastor; Rev. Donald P. Hurlburt was pastor 
last year; Alice G. Greeley, clerk, 16 Thirteenth St. Membership, 66. Church 
building valued at $9,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $375.03; American Christian Convention, $4.29; Foreign Missions, 
$5.00; Home Missions, $5.00; Federal Council, $2.00; Relief, $27.00; all other 
purposes, $387.06. 

Sunday-school — H. P. Greeley, superintendent, 20 13th St., Bangor, Maine. 
Enrollment, 70; average attendance, 26. 

Christian Kndea-ror — Miss Marion V. Hurlburt, president, 588 Hammond St., 
Bangor, Maine; Miss Annie Raynes, secretary. Dexter St., Bangor, Maine. 

CORIIVNA — No pastor; No pastor last year; R. E. Ireland, clerk, Corinna, Maine. 
Membership, 32. Church building valued at $2,000.00. Parsonage valued at 
$4,000.00. Contributed to Foreign Missions, $20.00; Home Missions, $10.00. 



THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 107 

EAST DIXMONT — No pastor; No pastor last year; Mrs. Helen Emery, clerk, 
Monroe, Maine, R. R. 2. Membership, 65. Church building- valued at $3,000.00. 
Sundny-school — (1921) — Mrs. Marietta Levill, superintendent, Dixmont, Maine; 
Mrs. Alice Croxford, secretary, Dixmont, Maine. Enrollment, 50; average 
attendance, 40. 

EASTPORT — Rev. A. M. Hainer, pastor; No pastor last year; Herman W. Foun- 
tain, clerk, 12 Third St. Eastport, Maine. Membership about 175. Church 
building valued at $8,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $891.25; American Christian Convention, $3.00; Foreign Missions, 
$16.15; Home Missions, $7.55; Education, $7.00; all other purposes, $251.84. 
Sunday-school — Alonzo P. Bogrett, superintendent. Princes Row; Miss Arlene 
Bennett, secretary, 3 Burrew Road. Enrollment, 125; average attendance, 45. 
Contributed to Sunday-school Depairlment, $7.00; Relief, $5.00; Foreign Mis- 
sions, $2.45; all other purposes, $111.12. 

liUBEC — Rev. C. D. Nutter, pastor; Rev. C. D. Nutter was pastor last year; Mrs. 
Annie E. Mitchell, clerk, Lubec, Maine. Membership, 189. Received last year, 
15; Lost, 7. Church building valued at $12,000.00. Parsonage valued at 
$3,500.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,550.00; 
Relief, $165.00. 

Sunday-school — Isaac M. Trecartin, superintendent, Lubec, Maine; Miss Agnes 
M. Bride, secretary, Lubec, Maine. Enrollment, 166; average attendance, 100. 
Christian Endeavor- — Mrs. Lena Morgan, president, Lubec, Maine; Miss Nina 
Preston, corresponding secretary, Lubec, Maine. Members — active, 30. 

MARS HILL. AND BLAIIVE — Rev. L. K. Flewelling, pastor; No pastor last year; 
Alberta L. Bell, clerk, Blaine, Maine. Membership, 15. Church building 
valued at $3,000.00. Pull time preaching. Contributed to Foreign Missions, 
$9.13; Home Missions, $4.00; Relief, $4.75. 

Sunday-school' — L. E. Flewelling, superintendent, Blaine, Maine; Frances 
Hewitt, secretary. Mars Hill, Maine. Enrollment, 35; average attendance, 25. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $97.00. 

NEWPORT — Rev. John W. Reynolds, pastor; Rev. J. W. Reynolds was pastor last 
year; Mrs. Annis Judkens, clerk, Newport, Maine. Membership, 78. Received 
last year, 2. Church building valued at $8,000.00. Parsonage valued at 
$4,000.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,500.00; Home Missions, $10.00; 
Relief, $100.00. 

Sunday-school — Prof. E. O. Small, superintendent, Newport, Maine; Flora 
Gould, secretary, Newport, Maine. Enrollment, 100; average attendance, 50. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $120.00. 

The following named churches were not reported this year and some of 
them not for a year or two previous: Blaine, Caribou, Cherryfleld, Clinton, East 
Blaine, Etna. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 19; Churches, 8; Membership, 713. Contributions: 
Pastoral service, $5,716.28; American Christian Convention, $14.34; Education, 
$19.86; Foreign Missions, $76.49; Home Missions, $72.06; Federal Council, $2.00; 
Relief, $296.75; all other purposes, $793.90. Sunday-schools, 7; Enrollment, 
546; Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $9.00. Christian Endeavor 
Societies, 3; Membership, 61. Total contributions reported, $7,000.68. 

MERRIMACK 

(Reported by Secretary Baker) 

Session of 1921 — Franklin, N. H. 
Session of 1922 — Laconia, N. H. 

Officers — Rev. E. R. Caswell, Laconia, N. H. — President. 
Rev. C. W. Passey, Hill, N. H. — Vice-President. 
Rev. W. E. Baker, W'^oodstock, Vt. — Secretary-Treasurer. 

Department Secretaries — Miss Bertha Metcalf, Woodstock, Vt. — Sunday-schools. 
Miss Helen Holmes, Franklin, N. H. — Christian Endeavor. 
Rev. George F. Barnard, Hill, N. H. — Education. 
Rev. G. A. Cole, Franklin, N. H. — Missions. 

F. R. "Woodward. Mrs. Mary J. Hoyt, and Miss Mary A. Rowell — Members of 
Executive Committee. 

Forward Movement Committee — Rev. E. R. Caswell, Laconia, N. H. — Devotional. 
Rev. C. W. Passey, Hill, N. H. — Evangelism. 
Rev. George F. Barnard, Hill, N. H. — Religious Education. 
Rev. G. A. Cole, Franklin, N. H. — Life Recruit. 
Rev. W. E. Baker, Woodstock, Vt. — Stewardship. 



108 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 



Ministers — Morrow, G. W., 635 Atkinson Ave., Detroit, 

Baker, W. E., Woodstock, Vt. Mich. 

Barnard, Georg-e F., Franklin, N. H. Passey, C. W., Hill, N. H. 

Caswell, E. R., 198 Baldwin St., Laconia, Wright, Elisha H., Franklin, N. H., R. R. 2. 

N. H. Liicentiate — 

Hall, Willoe J., 33 Gordon Ave., Dayton, O. Britrham. Leland E., Moody Bible Institute, 

Metzger, Eraser, Randolph, Vt. Chicago, 111. 

Church, Pastor, Clerk, Offerings, Organizations 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

FRAXKLIN — Rev. George A. Cole, pastor; Rev. Geo. A. Cole was pastor last year; 
Miss Clara E. Rowell, clerk, Franklin, N. H. Membership, 256. Received last 
year, 8. Church building valued at $4,500.00. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$1,650.00; American Christian Convention, $18.12; Foreign Missions, $409.00; 
Home Missions, $55.00; Education, $18.12; all other purposes, $1,891.15. 
Sunday-school — Mary A. Rowell, superintendent, Franklin, N. H. ; Mai-y A. 
French, secretary, Franklin, N. H. Enrollment, 161; average attendance, 92. 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $3.00; all other purposes, $25.00. 
Christian Endeavor — Mrs. Marion Powers, president, Franklin, N. H., 21 Main 
St.; Mrs. Marion Powers, corresponding secretary, Franklin, N. H. Members — 
active, 28; associate, 18; total, 46. Contributed to Christian Endeavor De- 
partment, $171.88. 

GRAFTON — No pastor; Rev. George Barnard was pastor last year; T. F. Kimball, 
clerk, Grafton, N. H. Membership, 36. Church building valued at $2,000.00. 

GRAFTON CENTER — (1921) — No pastor; Rev. Geo. A. Barnard was pastor last 
year; Mrs. F. A. Baker, clerk, Grafton, N. H. Membership, 13. 

HILL — Rev. C. W. Passey, pastor; Rev. C. W. Passey was pastor last year; Mrs. 
Ella Woodward, clerk. Hill, N. H. Membership, 76. Church building valued 
at $6,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,107.68; 
American Christian Convention, $6.00; Foreign Missions, $25.00; Home Mis- 
sions, $9.20; all other purposes, $450.84. 

Sunday-school — F. R. Woodward, superintendent. Hill, N. H. ; Mrs. E. J. 
Morrill, secretary. Hill, N. H. Enrollment, 94; average attendance, 55. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $7.00. 

Christian Endeavor — Maynard Webster, president, Hill, N. H. ; Mrs. Ella 
woodward, corresponding secretary. Hill, N. H. Members — active, 20; as- 
sociate, 16; honorary, 2; total, 38. Contributed to Christian Endeavor De- 
partment, $37.50. 

LACONIA — Rev. E. R. Caswell, pastor; Rev. E. R. Caswell was pastor last year; 
T. G. Corey, clerk, Laconia, N. H. Membership, 172. Received last year, 20. 
Church building valued at $10,000.00. Parsonage valued at $3,500.00. Full 
time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,800.00; American Chris- 
tian Convention. $25.00; Foreign Missions, $177.51; Home Missions, $149.52; 
Education, $25.00; all other purposes, $1,985.93. 

Sunday-school — Arthur H. Green, superintendent, Laconia, N. H. ; Sutherland 
Miller, secretary, Laconia, N. H. Enrollment. 144; average attendance. 82. 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $2.00; all other purposes, $15.00. 
Christian Endeavor — Frances Commings, president, 94 Messer St., Laconia. 
N. H. ; Mrs. Mildred Rollins, corresponding secretary, Lyford St.. Laconia, N. 
H. Members, 50. 

SHREWSBURY — Supply pastor; Supply pastor last year; Daisie Whitney, clerk, 
Cuttingsville, Vt., R. R. Membership, 59. Received last year. 8. Church 
building valued at $1,500.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $220.00; Ameri- 
can Christian Convention, $9.00; Foreign Missions, $21.12; Home Missions, 
$6.00; Education, $4.00; all other purposes, $192.82. 

Sunday-school — ^Varren C. Aldrich, superintendent, Cuttingsville, Vt.; Mrs. 
J. Geo. Clark, secretary, Cuttingsville, Vt. Enrollment. 61; average attend- 
ance. 50. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $5.00. 

Christian Endeavor — Miss Daisie Whitney, president, Cuttingsville, Vt. ; Mrs. 
Earnest Aldrich, corresponding^ secretary, Cuttingsville, Vt. Members — 
active, 21; associate, 8; total, 29. Contributed to Christian Endeavor Depart- 
ment. $62.13. 

SOUTH DANBURY — Rev. John Cummings, pastor; Rev. George A. Cole was pastor 
last year; Kate K. "Wells, clerk, Wtest Andover, N. H. Membership. 37. Church 
building valued at $2,000.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $260.00; Ameri- 
can Christian Convention, $2.60; all other purposes, $347.30. 

Sunday-school — Mrs. Mary A. Frazier, superintendent. West Andover, N. H,.; 
Ardena Currier, secretary. West Andover, N. H. Enrollment, 48; average 
attendance, 25. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $3.00. 
Christian Endeavor — (1921) — Miss Lucy Wells, president, West Andover, N. 



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H. ; Mrs. B. J. Ordway, corresponding- secretary. West Andover, N. H. Mem- 
bers — active, 22; associate, 7; honorary, 2; total, 31. 

WOODSTOCK — Rev. "W. E. Baker, pastor; Rev. W. E. Baker was pastor last year; 
H. R. Washburn, clerk, Woodstock, Vt. Membership, 173. Received last year, 
1. Church building- valued at $10,000.00. Rarsonage valued at $3, .'500.00. Full 
time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,500.00; American Chris- 
tian Convention, $7.70; Foreign Missions, $36.50; Home Missions, $18.88; Edu- 
cation, $32.62; all other purposes, $998.34. 

Sunday-school — ^^Mrs. A. A. L-aw^ton, superintendent, Woodstock, Vt. ; Bertha M. 
Metcalf, secretary, Woodstock, Vt. Enrollment, 72; average attendance, 50. 
Contributed to- Sunday-school Department, $5.00; all other purposes, $2.63. 
Cliristlan Endeavor — Thomas Phillips, president, Woodstock, Vt. ; Mrs. O. B. 
Houghton, corresponding secretary, Woodstock, Vt. Members — active, 30; as- 
sociate, 6; honorary, 36; total, 72. Contributed to Christian Endeavor De- 
partment, $37.00. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 8; Licentiates, 1; Churches, 8; Membership, 822. 
Contributions: Pastoral service, $6,537.68; American Christian Convention, 
$68.42; Education, $70.74; Foreign Missions, $669.13; Home Missions, $238.60; 
all other purposes, $5,866.38. Sunday-schools, 6; Enrollment, 580; Contributed 
to Sunday-school Department, $18.00. Christian Endeavor Societies, 6; Mem- 
bership, 266; Contributed to Christian Endeavor Department, $308.51. Total 
contributions reported, $13,777.46. Conference offering- to American Christian 
Convention, $18.00. 

RHODE ISLAND AND MASSACHUSETTS 

(Reported by Secretary Chase) 

Session of 1921 — Ne-vv Bedford, Mass. 
Session of 1922 — 

Officers — Rev. E. J. Bodman, 3520 N. Main St., Fall River, Mass. — President. 
Rev. P. S. Sailer, Westerly, R. I. — Vice-President. 
Mrs. E. A. Chase, 405 Potter Ave., Providence, R. I. — Secretary. 
Miss Mary Arnold, Touisset, Mass. — Assistant Secretary. 
Warren H. Sanford, Pall River, Mass. — Treasurer. 

Department Secretaries — Rev. W. G. Sargent, Providence, R. I. — Education. 

Miss Helen R. Stearns, 358 Union St., New Bedford, Mass. — Sunday-schools. 
Miss Bessie M. Alden, 58 Durfee St., Providence, R. I. — Missions. 
John Loftus, Swansea, Mass., R. R. 1, Box 241 — Christian Endeavor. 

Ministers — Reynolds, William J.. Norwich, Conn., R.R.4. 

Bodmani E. J., 3520 N. Main St., Fall River, Sailer, P. S., Westerly, R. I. 

Mass. Sargent, William G., 138 Lenox Ave., Provi- 

Brown,' Wm., 1196 Lawrence St., Lowell, dence, R. I. 

Mass. Tillingrhast, C. A., 405 Potter Ave., Provi- 

Fry, Earl C. Utsunomiya, Japan. dence, R. I. 

Gardner. Frank H., Pottersville. Mass. Webb, Archie R., Alfred, Maine, R. R. 3. 
Gilbert, Ernest D., Fall River, Mass., Box 624. 

Gustin, Ellen G., Attleboro, Mass. Licentiates — 

Hainer, Herbert M., New Bedford, Mass. Loftus, John, Swansea, Mass. 

Headley, Orman T., Crab Orchard, Tenn. Smith, Daniel, 218 Summer St., New Bed- 

Kirschbaum, WnrL G., 25 Key St., Eastport, ford, Mass. 

Me. Thomas, Walter S., 53 Sycamore St., New 

Palmer, Stephen G., Dighton, Mass. Bedford, Mass. 

Church, Pastor, Cleric, Offerings, Organizations 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

ACITSHNET — Supply pastor; Supply pastor last year; Mrs. L. H. Reynolds, clerk, 
Acushnet. Mass. Membership, 24. Church building valued at $2,000.00. Full 
time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $260.00; Foreign Missions, 
$6.00; all other purposes, $2.50. 

Sunday-school — Thomas J. Robinson, superintendent, Acushnet, Mass.; Mrs. 
Albert S. Jenney, secretary, Acushnet, Mass. Enrollment, 37; average attend- 
ance 16. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $1.00; all other purposes, 
$26.83. 

ASSONET — Supply pastor; Rev. Donald P. Hurlburt was pastor last year; 
Joseph S. Taylor, clerk. Box 37, Assonet, Mass. Membership, 58. Church 
building valued at $5,000.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,200.00; Ameri- 
can Christian Convention, $5.00; Foreign Missions, $15.00; Home Missions, 
$15.00; Education, $5.00; all other purposes, $588.25. 

Sunday-school — Mrs. Ethel M. Grinnell, superintendent, Assonet, Mass.; Har- 
riet Evans, secretary, Assonet, Mass. Enrollment, 80; averag-e attendance, 50. 



no THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

Christian Endeavor — ^Mrs. Geneva E. Rose, president, Assonet, Mass.; Mrs. 
Annie M. Sisson, corresponding- secretary, Assonet, Mass. Members — a^itive, 
29; associate, 15; honorary, 4; total, 48. Contributed to Christian Endeavor 
Department, $25.00. 

BAKERVLIiE — Supply pastor; No pastor last year; Miss Ada D. Brehant, clerk, 
S. Dartmouth, Mass. Memb'ership, 6. Church building valued at $2,000.00. Full 
time preaching:. Contributed to pastoral service, $21.00 (paid last year); 
Education, $1.00; all other purposes, $139.06. 

Snnday-seliool — Ada D. Brehant, superintendent, S. Dartmouth, Bakerville, 
Mass.; Mrs. Mary A. Reed, secretary, S. Daurtmouth, Bakerville, Mass. Enroll- 
ment, 33; Home Department, 28 members and Cradle Roll are included. 
Only 51 reg-ular pupils. Average attendance, 4. Contributed to Sunday-school 
Department, $ .50; all other purposes, $29.91. 

nROWNELLS CORNERS — Walter S. Thomas, (Lie.) pastor; No pastor last year; 
Mrs. Mary A. Lawton, clerk. N. Westport, Mass. Membership, 4. Church 
building- valued at $3,000.00. Full timie preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $208.00. 

Sunday-school — Charles F. Sanford, superintendent, N. Westport, Mass.; Frank 
Delano, secretary, N. Westport, Mass. Enrollment, 44. Contributed to Sun- 
day-school Department, $3.00; all other purposes, $187.39. 

CENTRAL, VILLAGE — Joined w^ith Friends. No pastors. Mrs. A. C. Allen, clerk. 
Central Village, Mass. Membership, 20. Received last year, 3. Church build- 
ing valued at $2,000.00. Contributed to all other purposes, $2.00. 

CLAYVILLE — No church services. 

Snnday-school — Orison Cole, superintendent, Clayville, R. I.; Mrs. Charles 
Walker, secretary, Clayville. R. I. Enrollment, 29; average attendance, 17. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $62.96. 

EAST FREETOWN — Student supply pastor; Student supply pastor last year; Miss 
Bessie Chase, clerk, Acushnet Station, R. R., Ne-vv Bedford, Mass. Membership, 
38. Church building valued at $2,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $500.00; Foreign Missions, $8.00; Education, $3.00; all other 
purposes, $52.06. 

Sanday-sclM>oI — W. H. Rafferty, superintendent, 40 Cypress St., Newton Center, 
Mass.; Gladys W. Chase, secretary. East Freetown, Mass. Enrollment. 20 
average attendance, 12. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $1.50 
all other purposes, $25.93. 

FALL RIVER, BOGLE STREET — Rev. Henry Arnold, pastor; Rev. Henry Arnold 
was pastor last year; W. M. F. Pashley, clerk, 181 Jepson St., Fall River, 
Mass. Membership, 267. Received last year, 20. Church building valued at 
$12,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,500.00; 
Foreign Missions. $40.00; Home Missions, $20.00; Education, $10.00; all other 
purposes, $1,450.99. 

Snnday-school — Henry A. Adams, superintendent, 136 Downing St., Fall River, 
Mass.; Ernest Oliver, secretary, Swindell St., Fall River, Mass. Enrollment, 
386; average attendance, 170. Contributed to all other purposes. $550.60. 
Junior Christian Endeavor — Miss Sadie Alty, president, 2182 Pleasant St., Fall 
River, Mass. Members — active, 45. 

FALL RIVER, FIRST — Rev. Ernest D. Gilbert, pastor; Rev. Ernest D. Gilbert 
was pastor last year; Fenner C. Brownell, clerk, Winter St., Fall River, 
Mass. Membership, 178. Received last year, 9. Church building valued at 
$47,500. Parsonage valued at $5,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $2,400.00; American Christian Convention, $19.08; Rev. C. E. 
Frye, $9.54; Rev. Ishigaki, Tokyo, Japan, $190.00; Serbian Relief, $3.00; Italian 
Relief, $221.88; Austrian Relief, $206.83; Polish Relief, $883.15; Portugese 
Orphans' Fund, $207.55; European Children's Fund, $295.46; China Famine 
Fund, $349.78; Near East Relief, $1,063.47; all other purposes, $2,430.37. 
Snnday-school — Dr. Fenner A. Chase, superintendent, 373 N. Main St., Fall 
River, Mass.; Earl Griffith, secretary, 1393 Robeson St., Fall River, Mass. 
Enrollment, 138; average attendance, 70. Duplex envelope system used. 

FALL RIVER, NEW BOSTON — 

Sunday-school — Mary H. Wordell, superintendent, 977 Robeson St., Fall River, 
Mass.; Flora Young, secretary. Ward St., Fall River, Mass. Enrollment, 35; 
average attendance, 15. Contributed to all other purposes, $30.76. 

FALL RIVER, NORTH — Rev. Edwin J. Bodman, pastor; Rev. Edwin J. Bodman 
was pastor last year; Mrs. Minnie GifCord, clerk, 3216 N. Main St., Fall River, 
Mass. Membership, 80. Church building valued at $5,000.00. Parsonage. 
Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,000.00; American 
Christian Convention, $3.00; Foreign Missions, $25.00; Home Missions, $25.00; 
Education, $10.00; all other purposes, $743.80. 



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Sun(liiy-»i«hooI — Rev. K. J. Bodman, superintendent, 3520 N. Main St., Fall 
River, Mass.; Hiram Simmons, secretary, 3519 N. Main St., Fall River, Mass. 
Enrollment, 113; average attendance, 70. Contributed to Sunday-school De- 
partment, $8.62; all other purposes, $39.00. 

Christian Endeavor — Miss Marion Bodman, president, 3540 N. Main St., Fall 
River, Mass.; Miss Marion E. Reed, corresponding secretary, 134 Baldwin St., 
Fall River, Mass. Members — active, 27; associate, 3; honorarj\ 4; total, 34. 
Junior Cliristian Endeavor — Miss Stella M. Connor, president, 3820 N. Main St., 
Fall River, Mass. Members — active, 33. 

FOSTER CENTER — No pastor; No pastor last year; Mrs. A. V. Bowen, clerk, S. 
Scituate, R. I., R. R. Membership, 4. Church building valued at $1,000.00. 
Sunday-.scIiool — Louis W. Harris, superintendent, Foster Center, R. I.; Mrs. 
Harriet Nichols, secretary, Foster Center, R. I. Enrollment, 33; averag-e at- 
tendance, 10. Contributed to all other purposes, $33.00. 

HIXVILLE — Supply pastor; No pastor last year; Miss Lillian E. Andrews, clerk. 
New Bedford, Mass., R. R. 3. Membership, 12. Church building valued at 
$3,000.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $200.00. 

Sunday-scliooi — Charls E. Hambly, superintendent, Reed Road, N. Dartmouth, 
Mass.; Mrs. Frank McLaughlin, secretary, N. Dartmouth, Mass. Enrollment, 
19; average attendance, 11. Contributed to all other purposes, $35.56. 

MOOSUP VALLEY — Rev. H. St. J. Filmer, pastor; Rev. H. St. J. Filmer was pastor 
last year; Mrs. Ida Dawley, clerk, Greene, R. I., R. R. Membership, 16. Church 
building- valued at $1,000.00. Preaching once a week. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $200.00. 
Sonday-scliool — (No report.) 

NEW BEDFORD, NORTH — Rev. Herbert M. Hainer, pastor; Rev. Herbert M. 
Hainer was pastor last year; Mrs. Thomas H. Jones, clerk, 147 Maxfield St., 
New Bedford, Mass. Membership, 454. Received last year, 53. Church 
property valued at $40,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $2,500.00; American Christian Convention, $10.00; Foreign Missions, 
$298.00; Home Missions, $100.00; Education, $25.00; all other purposes, 
$27,243.56. 

Sunday-school — Miss Helen Stearns, superintendent, 358 Union St., New Bed- 
ford, Mass.; Miss Helen N. Taber, secretary, 323 Turchase St., New Bedford, 
Mass. Enrollment, 416; average attendance, 197. Contributed to all other 
purposes, $612.25. 

NEW BEDFORD, SPRUCE STREET — 

Snnday-schooi — Is now a Baptist Sunday-school. 

NORTH WESTPORT' — Rev. F. H. Gardner, pastor; Rev. F. H. Gardner was pastor 
last year; Frank S. Pettey, clerk, N. Westport, Mass. Membership, 46. 
Church building valued at $2,500.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $278.25; 
American Christian Convention, $4.50; Foreign Missions, $15.60; Home Mis- 
sions, $5.00; Education, $4.50; all other purposes, $146.06. 

Sunday-school — Frank S. Pettey, superintendent, N. Westport, Mass.; Kath- 
erine Borden, secretary, N. Westport, Mass. Enrollment, 62; average attend- 
ance, 25. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $2.00; all other purposes, 
$91.90. 

POTTERSVILLE — Rev. Frank H. Gardner, pastor; Rev. Frank H. Gardner was 
paster last year; Mrs. Emma L. Crowell, clerk, Box 34, Pottersville, Mass. 
Membership, 135. Received last year, 10. Church building valued at $5,000.00. 
Parsonage. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,000.00; 
American Christian Convention, $8.50; Foreign Missions, $30.00; Home Mis- 
sions, $50.00; Education, $13.45; all other purposes, $546.55. 
Sunday-school — Warren H. Sanford, superintendent, Pottersville, Mass.; Rose 
Phillips, secretary, Somerset, Mass., R. R. Enrollment, 168; average attend- 
ance, 100. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $5.00; all other pur- 
poses, $400.28. 

PROVIDENCE, R. L (EL3IWOOD) — Rev. Wm. G. Sargent, pastor; Rev. Wm. G. 
Sarg-ent was pastor last year; Mr. Ernest A. Chase, clerk, 405 
Potter Ave., Providence, R. I. Membership, 522. Received last vear, 48. 
Church building- valued at $66,000.00. Full time preaching-. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $2000.00 (now $2,400.00); American Christian Convention, 
$28.91; Foreign Missions, $495.01; Home Missions, $148.70; Education, $49.55; 
all other purposes, $2,767.62. 

Sunday-school — Mark L. Dunning, superintendent, 937 Hospital Trust Bldg., 
Providence, R. I.; Bernhard N. Johnson, secretary, 40 Grand St., Providence, 
R. I. Enrollment, 394; average attendance, 181. Contributed to Sunday- 
school Department. $2.00; all other purposes, $1,068.75. 



112 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

Christian Endeavor — Albert Whittaker, president, 28 Anthony Avenue; 
Miss Olive Burgess, secretary. 6 Greenwich St. Members — active, 35. 
Intermediate Christian Endeavor — Henry Vernet, president, 27 Rutland St., 
Providence. R. I.; Miss Grace Spear, corresponding secretary, 110 Congress 
Ave., Providence, R. I. Members — active, 26. 

Junior Christian Endeavor — Miss Caroline A. Vaughn, president. 67 Elmdale 
Ave., Providence, R. I. Members — active, 21. 

RICE CITY, R. I. — Rev. H. St. J. Filmer, pastor; Rev. H. St. J. Filmer was pastor 
last year; Mr. John I. Kettle, clerk, Greene, R. I. Membership, 31. Church 
building valued at $2,000.00. Preaching once a week. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $208.00; all other purposes, $267.00. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 

Cliristian Endeavoir — Mrs. Abbie V. Brown, president, Greene, R. I.; Mary E. 
Andrews, corresponding secretary, Greene, R. I. Members — active, 23; as- 
sociate, 7; honorary, 5; total, 35. 

ROCKLAND, R. I. — 

Sunday-school — Henry W. Seamans, superintendent, Rockland, R. I.; Mrs. Geo. 
W. Cole, secretary, Rockland, R. I. Enrollment, 64; average attendance, 25. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $86.19. 

SMITH MILLiS — Rev. E. J. Bodman, pastor; Rev. E. J. Bodman was pastor last 
year: Miss C. N. D. Potter, clerk, N. Dartmouth, Mass. Membership, 16. Church 
building valued at $5,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $325.00; Foreign Missions. $7.75; Home Missions, $9.95; Education, 
$7.30; all other purposes, $219.78. 

Sunday-school — Mrs. A. T. Potter, superintendent, N. Dartmouth, Mass.; Mrs. 
William Allen, secretary, N. Dartmouth, Mass. Enrollment, 69; average at- 
tendance, 37, Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $3.42. 
Christian Endeavor — Miss Carrie N. D. Potter, president, N. Dartmouth, Mass.; 
Florence H. Nea^gus, corresponding secretary, N. Dartmouth, Mass. Members 
— active, 24; associate. 37; honorary, 4; total, 65. 

SOUTH PORTSMOUTH, R. I. — Rev. E. D. Gilbert, supply pastor; Supply pastor 
last year; Mrs. Elbert A. Sisson. clerk, Newport, R. I., R. R. 2. Membership, 
58. Church building valued at $7,000.00. Parsonage. Preaching once a week. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $249.00; all other purposes, $991.94. 
Sunday-scliool — IMrs. Lilian G. Borden, superintendent, Newport, R. I., R. R. 2 
Miss Mary Coggeshall, secretary, Newport, R. I., R. R. 2. Enrollment, ■<3 
average attendance, 16. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $2.00 
all other purposes, $77.66. 

SOUTH REHOBOTH — 

Sunday-school — (No report.) 

SOUTH WESTPORT — Walter S. Thomas (Lie), pastor; No pastor last year; Miss 
Carrie B. Gidley, clerk, Dartmouth, Mass., R. R. 78A. Membership, 21. Church 
building valued at $1,500.00. Parsonage. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$66.57; Foreign Missions, $4.00; Home Missions, $1.00; Education, $3.25; all 
other purposes, $22.30. 

Sunday-school — Abram G. Allen, superintendent, Westport, Mass.; Miss Nellie 
M. Pettey, secretary, S. Westport, Mass. Enrollment, 31; average attendance, 
15. Contributed to all other purposes, $25.18. 

SWANSEA — Rev. C. B. Hershey, pastor; Rev. Wm. G. Kirschbaum, Jr., was 
pastor last year; Miss M. G. Kingsley, clerk. Swansea, Mass., R. R. 2. Mem- 
bership, 104. Church building valued at $8,000.00. Parsonage. Full time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,200.00; American Christian 
Convention, $20.00; Foreign Missions. $56.00; Home Missions, $8.00; Education, 
$18.00; all other purposes, $465.00. 

Sunday-school — Preston F. Arnold, superintendent, Touisset, Mass.; Thomas 
White, secretary, Swansea, Mass., R. R. 2. Enrollment, 84; average attend- 
ance,_36. Contributed to all other purposes, $73.97. 

■WEST DIGHTON — Rev. Arthur H. Wilde (Baptist), pastor; Rev. Arthur H. Wilde 
was pastor last year; Mrs. Lillian S. Horton, clerk, Dighton, Mass. Member- 
ship, 13. Church building valued at $1,000.00. Parsonage. Full time preach- 
ing. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,000.00; all other purposes, $201.00. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 

INVEST MANSFIELD — Church burned Nov. 9, 1920. Rev. "Wm. Brown was pastor 
last year; Mrs. E. A. Richmond, clerk, West Mansfield, Mass. Membership, 52. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $292.00; Foreign Missions, $7.09; all other 
purposes, $92.96. 
Sunday-school — Carlton King, superintendent, West Mansfield, Mass.; Blanche 



THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 113 

Collins, secretary West Mansfield, Mass. Contributed to all other purposes, 
$28.00. 

WESTERIiY. R. I. (BROAD STREET) — Rev. P. S. Sailer, pastor; Rev. P. S. Sailer 
was pastor last year; Samuel Girven, clerk, 13 Morgan St., Westerly, R. I. 
Membership, 365. Received last year, 4. Church building- valued at $15,000.00. 
Parsonage. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service. $1,500.00; 
American Christian Convention, $15.00; Home Missions, $15.00; Education, 
$40.00; all other purposes, $1,805.00. 

Sunday-school — Isaac G. Smith, superintendent, 134 Granite St., Westerly, 
R. I. Clarence A. Carr, secretary, 32 Greenman Ave., Westerly, R. I. En- 
rollment, 154; average attendance, 69. Contributed to all other purposes, 
$194.67. 

Christian Endeavor — Clarence Carr, president, 32 Greenman Ave., Wester- 
ly, R. I.; Miss Edith L. Girven, corresponding secretary, 13 Morgan St., West- 
erly, R. I. Members — active, 27; associate, 8; total, 35. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 15; Licentiates, 3; Churches, 26; Membership, 
2,066. Contributions: Pastoral service, $18,107.82; American Christian Con- 
vention, $103.99; Education, $184.13; Home Missions, $412.13; all other pur- 
poses, $12,905.17. Sunday-schools, 27; Enrollment, 2,378; Contributed to Sun- 
day-school Department. $29.04. Christian Endeavor Societies, 6; Membership, 
252; Contributed to Christian Endeavor Department, $25.00. Total contribu- 
tions reported, $62,819.40. Conference offering to American Christian Con- 
vention, $25.00. 

ROCKINGHAM 

(Reported by Secretary Fisher) 
Session of 1921 — Haverhill, Mass. 
Session of 1922 — Lynn, Mass. 

Officers — Rev. Percy Warren Caswell, Manchester, N. H. — President. 
Rev. Alva H. Morrill, Newton, N. H. — Vice-President. 
Rev. C. H. Fisher, Lynn, Mass. — Secretary. 

Rev. W. T. Coffin, Kittery Point, Maine — Assistant Seci-etary. 
E. M. MacNichol, Lynn, Mass. — Treasurer. 
Department Heads — Mrs. Eunice Prentiss, Manchester, N. H. — Sunday-schools. 
J. P. Amee, Kittery Point, Maine — Christian Endeavor. 
Mrs. Hayden Merrill, Portsmouth, N. H. — Missions. 
Ministers — Honsberger, M. J., Kittery Point, Maine. 

_ , ^ . ^ , 1.T TT T> T, „ Moriill, Alva H'., Newton, N. H. 

BeebeG. A., Portsmouth NH.R. R. 2. Neagles, Mis.s Flora M., 80 Silsbee St., Lynn. 

Caswell, P. W., 496 Hall St., Manchester, Mass 

r^ ^ ^;t 1,. r,, T-*^ T> • i HT • Willard, Eugrene, Danville, 111. 

Coffin, Mrs. W. T., Kittery Point, Maine. Willard, Mrs. Bessie H., Danville. III. 

Easton, Carlton, Brockton, Mass. 

Fisher, C. H., 17 Jackson St., Cliftondale, Licentiate — 

Mass. True, Miss Alice M., 410 Main St., Amesbury, 

Fleming, H. J. Mass. 

Church, Pastor, Clerk, Offerings, Organizations 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 
AMESBURY — No pastor; Rev. Bernard Christopher was pastor last year; (1921) 
Mrs. F. E. Swett, clerk, Amesbury, Mass. Membership, 73. Church building 
valued at $10,000.00. Parsonage valued at $3,000.00. Weekly preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $800.00; American Christian Convention, $10.26; 
Foreign Missions, $41.00; Home Missions, $46.35; Defiance, $15.50; Education, 
$10.26; Relief, $67.00; all other purposes, $951.50. 

HAA'ERHILiLi — No pastor; Rev. Carlton Easton was pastor last year; Mrs. C. L. 
Payson, clerk, 567 Main St., Haverhill, Mass. Membership, 223. Received last 
year, 1. Church building valued at $12,000.00. Full time preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $1,500.00; Foreign Missions, $50.00; Home Mis- 
sions, $50.00; Education, $25.00; all other purposes, $2,850.24. 
Christian Endeavor — Herbert L. McGregor, president, 8 Marble St., Haverhill, 
Mass.; Miss Anna Dennett, corresponding secretary, 24 Jackson St., Haver- 
hill, Mass. 

KITTERY POINT (FIRST)— No pastor; Rev. H. J. Fleming was pastor last 
year; J. Percy Amee, clerk, Kittery Point, Maine. Membership, 65. Church 
building valued at $3,000.00. Parsonage valued at $1,000.00. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $1,061.68; American Christian Convention, $19.50; Foreign 
Missions, $108.50; Home Missions, $27.50; Education, $25.00; Defiance. $65.00; 
all other purposes, $611.55. 

Christian Endeavor — J. Percy Amee. president, Kittery Point, Me.; J. P. Amee, 
corresponding secretary. Members — active, 40; honorary. 5; total, 45. Con- 
tributed to Christian Endeavor Department, $14.50. 



114 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

KITTERY (SECOXD) — No pastor; Rev. M. L. Everett was pastor six months; 
May F. Brown, clerk, Kittery, Maine. Membership, 116. Received last year, 
1. Preaching every Sunday. Contributed to pastoral service, .$935.00; ForeigTi 
Missions, $30.00; Home Missions, $3.55; Education, $4.45; Relief, 2 Invisible 
Guests, $26.00; all other purposes, $12.24. 

Sunday-school — Maurice L,. Duncan, superintendent, Kittery, Maine; Miss Mil- 
dred A. Gerry, secretary, Kittery, Maine. Enrollment, 174; average attend- 
ance, 87 9-14. Contributed to all other purposes, $120.14. 

Chjrlstian Endeavor — ^Mrs. Chas. Manson, president, Kittery, Maine; Frances 
Hayes, coriesponding- secretary, Kittery, Maine. Members — active, 42; as- 
sociate. 19; total, 61. Contributed to Christian Endeavor Department, $37.04. 

LYNN — Rev. C. H. Fisher, pastor; Rev. C. H. Fisher was pastor last year; Mrs. 
E. M. MacNichol, clerk, 79 Clark St., E. Lynn, Mass. Membership, 59. Church 
building valued at $8,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $503.00; Foreign Missions. $96.83; Home Missions, $48.68; all other 
purposes, $506.16. 

Sunday-school — C. E. Newman, superintendent, 37 Graves Ave., Lynn, Mass.; 
Mrs. Ella M. MaCNichol, secretary, 79 Clark St.. East Lynn, Mass. Enroll- 
ment, 160; average attendance, 101. 

MANCHESTER (FIRST) — Rev. Percy W. Caswell, pastor; Rev. Percy yv. Caswell 
was pastor last year; Mrs. F. P. Ayer, clerk. 344 Belmont St., Manchester, 
N. H. Membership, 90. Church building valued at $8,000.00. Full time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,600.00; American Christian 
Convention, $11.39; Foreign Missions, $175.00; Home Missions, $114.50; Educa- 
tion, $16.50; all other purposes, $1,165.78. 

Sunday-.school — Frank Barrows, superintendent, 53 Byron St.; C. W. Adams, 
secretary. 10 Malvern St. Enrollment, 171; average attendance, 80 14. Con- 
tributed to Sunday-school Department, $5.00; all other purposes, $299.00. 

MIRROR LAJvE — Supplied by Bert M. Shorely, Advent from Wolfeboro, N. H.; 
John A. Edgerly, clerk. Mirror Lake, N. H. Membership, same as last year. 

NE\%'TON — Rev. Alva H. INIorrill, pastor; Rev. Alva H. Morrill was pastor last 
year; John N. Rowell, clerk, Newton Junction, N. H. Membership, 76. Church 
building valued at $3,000.00. Parsonage valued at $2,000.00. Full time preach- 
ing. Contributed to pastoral service, $953.57; American Christian Convention, 
$13.60; Foreign Missions, $94.25; Home Missions, $59.86; Education, $57.77; 
Relief, $141.00; all other purposes, $654.31. 

Christian Endeavor — Chas. A. Kimball, president, Newton, N. H. ; Minnie Day, 
corresponding secretary, Newton, N. H. ^Members — active, 44; associate, 12; 
total, 56. Contributed to Christian Endeavor Department, $40.75. 

NORTH HAMPTON — Rev. Edgar "Warren, pastor; Rev. Edgar Warren was pastor 
last year; Fred A. Drew, clerk. North Hampton, N. H. Membership, 26. 
Church building valued at $300.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $500.00. 

PORTSMOUTH (COURT STREET) — Rev. L. E. Follansbee, pastor; Rev. L. E. 
Follansbee was pastor last year; Joseph Philbrick, clerk, Portsmouth, N. H. 
^lembership, 146. Received last year, 18. Church building valued at $7,500.00. 
Parsonage valued at $5,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $1,523.00; American Christian Convention, $20.00; Foreign Missions, 
$131.00; Home Missions, $220.00; Education, $75.00; Relief, $7.80; all other 
purposes, $644.26. 

Christian Endeavor — Allen Brigham, president, 500 Broad St., Portsmouth, 
N. H. ; Oscar E. Brigham, corresponding secretai*y, 500 Broad St., Portsmouth, 
N. H. Members — active, 40; associate, 2; honorary, 1; total, 43. Contributed 
to Christian Endeavor Department, $23.00. 

R"l^ — No pastor; Rev. J. E. Everingham was pastor last year; Mrs. C. M. Word- 
man, clerk, Portsmouth, N. H., R. R. 2. Membership, 90. Received last year, 
4. Full time preaching. 

STRATHAM — Rev. J. H. Leroy, pastor; Rev. J. H. Leroy was pastor last year; 
Fred L. Jewell, clerk, Stratham, N. H. Membership, 20. Received last year, 
1. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,300.00; all other 
purposes, $15.00. 

WOliFEBORO — Rev. B. F. Black, pastor; Rev. C. H. Moorhouse was pastor last 
year; Carolyn M. Young, clerk, Wolfeboro, N. H. Membership, 103. Received 
last year. 1. Church building valued at $8,000.00. Parsonage valued at 
$1,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,500.00; 
Education, $5.50; all other purposes, $57.10. 

Y^ORK ANH KITTERY — Rev. M. B. Fisk, pastor; Rev. M. B. Fisk was pastor last 
year; Mrs. Daniel Mactyre, clerk, York, Me. Preaching every Sunday. 



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SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 11; Licentiates, 1; Churches, 14; ^Membership, 
1,087. Contributions: Pastoral service, $12,176.25; American Christian Con- 
vention, $74.75; Education, $219.48; Foreign Missions, $726.58; Home Missions, 
$570.44; Relief, $241.80; all other purposes, $7,548.64. Sunday-schools, 3; En- 
rollment. 505; Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $5.00. Christian 
Endeavor Societies, 5; Membership. 205; Contributed to Christian Endeavor 
Department, $115.29. Total contributions reported, $21,678.23. Conference 
offering to American Christian Convention, $10.00. 

YORK AND CUMBERLAND 

, (Reported by Secretary Moulton) 

Session of 1920 — York, Maine. 
Session of 1921 — Saco, Maine. 

Officers — Rev. Z. Knight, North Saco, Maine, R. R. — President. 
Rev. Levi Ferguson, Mirror Lake, N. H. — Vice-President. 
"W. G. Moulton, York Village, Maine — Secretary and Treasurer. 
C. H. Young, York Corner, Maine, R. R. — Assistant Secretary. 
A. C. Moulton, York Village, Maine — Sunday-school Secretary. 

Executive Board — W'. A. Bennett, Freedom, N. H. 
Calvin Winn, Cape Neddick, Maine. 
A. C. Moulton, York Village, Maine. 

ministers — Knight, Z., North Saco, Me.. R. R. 

Fielder, Arthur, Danbury, Conn., R. R. 4. JJ^^!,^- ^- }^ Brackett St., Portland, Me. 

Fielder, Edna, Danbury, Conn., R. R. 4. J^."f"°^^V "'^' H., Kittery Point, Me. 

Ferguson. Levi, Mirror Lake, N. H. Ridlon, N. T., North Hampton. N. H. 
Kent, G. H., South Berwick, Me., R. R. 

Church, Pastor, Clerk, Offerings, Org:anizatlon.s 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

BLUE POINT — Rev. R. H. Colby, pastor; Rev. R. H. Colby was pastor last year- 
Mrs. H. E. Leavett, clerk. Pine Point, Maine. Membership, 21. Church build- 
ing valued at $2,500.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service 
$6.00 per Sunday. 

Sunday-school — Rev. R. H. Colby, superintendent. Pine Point, Maine; Mrs. 
W. Seavey, secretary. Pine Point. Maine. Enrollment, 25; average attend- 
ance, 15. 
Christian Endeavor — (No report.) 

CENTER LOVELIi — No pastor; No pastor last year; Mrs. Carrie Kimball, clerk. 
Center Lovell, Maine. Membership, 80. Received last year, 1. Church build- 
ing valued at $3,000.00. Parsonage valued at $2,788.00. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $315.00; to all other purposes, $125.00. 

Sunday-school — Mrs. Howard Palmer, superintendent, Center Lovell, Maine- 
Mrs. Carrie Vance, secretary. Center Lovell, Maine. Enrollment, 35; average 
attendance, 15. Contributed to all other purposes, $12.00. 
Christian Endeavoir — (No report.) 

FREEDOM — No pastor; Rev. L S. Jones was pastor last year; Winnie B. Drake, 
clerk. Freedom, N. H. Membership, 43. Received last year, 1. Church build- 
ing valued at $2,000.00. Parsonage valued at $2,000.00. Full time preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $800.00 and parsonage. 

Sunday-school — R. G. Foster, superintendent. Freedom, N. H. ; Hattie P. Burn- 
ham, secretary. Freedom, N. H. Enrollment, 29; average attendance, 18. 
Contributed to all purposes. $10.00. 
Christian Endeavor — (No report.) 

NORTH SACO, ME,— Rev. Z. Knight, pastor; Rev. Z. Knight was pastor last 
year; Annie Libby, clerk, N. Saco, Maine, R. R. Membership, 85. Received 
last year, 5. Church building valued at $1,000.00. Parsonage valued at 
$2,500.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $600 00 and 
parsonage; all purposes, $60.00. 

Sunday-school — Roxie Bell Palmer, superintendent, N. Saco, Maine, R R • 
Stephen Haines, secretary, N. Saco, Maine, R. R. Enrollment, 65- average 
attendance, 35. Contributed to all purposes, $60.00. 
Christian Endeavor — (No report.) 

SOUTH BERWICK NEW YEARS— Rev. G. H. Kent, pastor; Rev. G. H. Kent was 
pastor last year; Emma M. Emery, clerk, South Berwick, Maine, R. R. Mem- 
bersliip, 21. Received last year, 5. Church building valued at '$500.00 Par- 
sonage valued at $500.00. Part time preaching. Contributed to pastoral ser- 
vice, $3.00 per Sunday. 



116 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

Sunday-school — Rev. G. H. Kent, superintendent. South Berwick, Maine, R. R. ; 
Mrs. Minnie Goodwin, secretary, Soutii Berwiclv, Maine, R. R. Enrollment, 
25; average attendance, 15. Contributed to all purposes, $36.00. 

SOUTH BERWICK AND WELLS — Rev. G. H. Kent, pastor; Rev. G. H. Kent was 
pastor last year; G. C. Hamilton, clerk. South Berwick. Maine, R. R. Member- 
ship, 116. Church building- valued at $1,000.00. Parsonage valued at $2,000.00. 
Full time preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, $600.00 and parsonage; 
all other purposes, $60.00. 

Sunday-school — C. H. Winn, superintendent. Cape Neddick, Maine, R. R. ; 
Charles A. Thurrell, secretary. South Berwick, Maine, R. R. Enrollment, 57; 
average attendance, 42. Contributed to all purposes, $73.00. 
Christian Endeavor — (No report.) 

YORK, ME. — No pastor; No pastor last year; W. G. Moulton, clerk, York Village, 
Maine. Membership, 46. Church building valued at $8,000.00. Parsonage 
valued at $3,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$5.00 per Sunday and parsonage; Foreign Missions, $19.35; Home Missions, 
$17.14; Education, $16.00; Defiance. $26.00. 

Sunday-school — Mrs. L. A. Moulton, superintendent, York Village, Maine; 
Miss Elizabeth Simpson, secretary, York Corner, Maine, R. R. Enrollment, 35; 
average attendance, 20. Contributed to all purposes, $40.75. 
Christian EndeavoT — (No report.) 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers. 8; Churches, 7; Membership, 412. Contributions: 
Pastoral service, $3,415.00; Education, $16.00; Foreign Missions, $19.35; Home 
Missions, $17.14; all other purposes, $271.00. Sunday-schools, 7; Enrollment, 
271. Christian Endeavor Societies, 6. Total contributions reported, $3,738.49. 



New York Group 



ERIE 

(Reported by Secretary Dearborn) 

Session of 1921 — East Springfield, Pa. 
Session of 1922 — Springboro, Pa. 

Officers — Hermon Eldredge, Y. M. C. A. Bldg., Erie, Pa. — President. 
Rev. H. L. Lott, East Springfield, Pa. — Vice-President. 
Rev. Louis E. Dearborn, Springboro, Pa. — Secretary. 
Fra.nk E. Wood, Girard, Pa. — Treasurer. 

Department Secretaries — Dr. Millie J. Chapman, Springboro, Pa. — Missions. 
Mrs. J. L. Beard, Waterford, Pa. — Education. 
Miss Clara Harvey, Conneaut, Ohio — Christian Endeavor. 
Mrs. L.. E. Dearborn, Springboro, Pa. — Sunday-schools. 
Rev. L. E. Dearborn, Springboro, Pa. — Ministry and Churches. 

Ministers — neaut, Ohio. 

_, Tyler, Myron, Elackshear, Ga., R. R. 1. 
Dearborn, Louis E., Springboro, Pa. , 
Lott, H. L., East Springfield, Pa. Licentiates- 
Mason, Benjamin, Edinboro, Pa. Eldredge, Hermon, Y. M. C. A. Bldg., Erie, 
Richey, F. B., Danville, Ohio. Pa. 
Shoults, J. H., 411 West Seventh St., Erie, Gluson, Rufus H., Wilmore, Ky. 

Pa. Waggoner, Florence V., 15 W. Seventeenth 

Summerbell, Carlyle, 238 Buffalo St., Con- St., Jamestown, N. Y. 

Church, Pastor, Clerlt, Offerings, Organizations 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

BEAR LAKE — J. W. Nicholson, pastor; No pastor last year; Lida W. St. John, 
clerk. Bear Lake, Pa. Membership, 67. Received last year, 3. Church build- 
ing valued at $2,000.00. Contributed to all other purposes, $5.00. 
Sunday-school — Mrs. Emma Walton, superintendent. Bear Lake, Pa.; Ivan E. 
Hawkins, secretary. Bear Lake, Pa. Enrollment, 65; average attendance, 23. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $64.67. 
Christian Endeavor — (No report.) 

BEAVER CENTER — No pastor; Rev. W. P. Sipe was pastor last year; W. I. 
Ha.ckett, clerk, Conneautville, Pa., R. R. Membership, 18. Received last year, 
2. Church building valued at $1,700.00. Parsonage valued at $1,000.00. Bi- 
weekly preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $225.00; Foreign Missions, 
$5.00; Home Missions, $5.00; all other purposes, $260.15. 
Sunday-school — W. I. Hackett, superintendent, Conneautville, Pa., R. R. ; 



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Neal W. Bentley, secretary, Spring-boro, Pa. Enrollment, 180. Contributed 
to all other purposes, $159.20. 
Christian Endeavor — (No report.) 

CONNEAUT — Rev. Carlyle Summerbell, pastor; Rev. Ca.rlyle Summerbell was 
pastor last year; F. L. Stevens, clerk, 537 Liberty St., Conneaut, Ohio. Mem- 
bership, 542. Received last year, 54. Church building- valued at $30,000.00. 
Parsonage valued at $5,000.00. Preaching twice weekly. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $2,000.00; American Christian Convention, $25.00; Foreign 
Missions, $100.00; Home Missions, $50.00; Education, $25.00; Federal Council, 
$3.00; all other purposes, $2,797.00. 
Sanday-.school — (No report.) 

Chri.stian Endeavor — Beulah Brown, president, 533 Mill Street; Florence 
Smith, corresponding secretary, 414 Madison St. Members — active, 26; hon- 
orary, 30; total, 56. 

DEWITTVILLE — No pastor; Rev. Carlson was pastor last year; Mrs. Mabel L. 
Gage, clerk, DeWittville, N. Y., R. R. 43. Membership, 45. Received last year, 
8. Church building valued at $1,100.00. Parsonage valued at $2,500.00. 
Preaching twice weekly. Contributed to pastora.1 service, $505.00; Foreign 
Missions, $11.80; Home Missions, $13.20; all other purposes, $126.73. 
Snnday-school — (No report.) 
Cliristian Endeavor — (No report.) 

DRAKETOWN — No pastor; No pastor last year; Mrs. Mary Fish, clerk, Waterford, 
Pa. Membership, 34. Church building- valued at $2,500.00. Parsonage valued 
at $1,000.00. Irregular preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $38.63; 
a.11 other purposes, $175.92. 

Sunday-school — Mrs. Georgia Ghere, superintendent, Waterford, Pa., R. R. 6; 
LaRue Gardner, secretary, Edinboro, Pa., R. R. 6. Enrollment, 76; aver- 
age attendance, 50. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $4.16; all 
other purposes, $221.72. 

Christian Endeavor — (No report.) 

EAST SPRINGFIELD — Rev. H. L. Lott, pastor; Rev. H. L. Lott wa.s pastor last 
year; Mi-s. Alta Strong, clerk, East Springfield, Pa. Membership, 117. Re- 
ceived last year, 1. Church building- valued at $2,000.00. Parsonage valued 
at $1,000.00. Weekly preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $733.37; 
American Christian Convention, $52.25; Foreign Missions, $58.00; Home Mis- 
sions, $58.00; Education, $36.00; Relief, $36.00; all other purposes, $216.67. 
Snnday-sehool — Mrs. Bird Ward, superintendent. East Springfield, Pa.; Mrs. 
Hala Ellis, secretary, East Springfield, Pa. Enrollment, 100; average at- 
tendance, 32. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $5.00; all other 
purposes, $179.30. 
Christian Endeavor — (No report.) 

ERIE — No pastor; Rev. J. H. Shoultz was pastor up to April 1 last year; Mrs. A. 
C. Jankes, clerk, 363 West Eighteenth St., Erie, Pa. Membership, 60. Church 
building valued at $4,000.00. Parsonage valued at $4,000.00. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $450.00; all other purposes, $50.00. 

Sunday-school — A. C. Jankes, superintendent, 363 W. Eighteenth St., Erie, Pa.; 
No secretary at present. Enrollment, 23; average attendance, 12. Contributed 
to all other purposes, $38.00. 
Christian Endeavor — (No report.) 

FAIRVIEW — Rev. H. L. Lott, pastor; Rev. H. L. Lott was pastor last year; Mrs. 
G. C. Ziji'del, clerk, Fairview, Pa. Membership, 26. Church building valued 
at $1,000.00. Bi-weekly preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, $89.14; 
American Christian Convention, $3.50; Foreign Missions, $5.25; Home Mis- 
sions, $6.00; Education, $8.00; all other purposes, $14.00. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 
Christian Endeavor — (No report.) 

HAMMONDS CORNERS — Rev. R. E. Benjamin, pastor; Rev. R. E. Benjamin was 
pastor last year; Lucy Holden, clerk, Pierpont, Ohio. Membership, 28. Re- 
ceived last year, 1. Church building valued at $2,000.00. Weekly preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $5.00 a sermon; Home Missions, $5.81; all 
other purposes, $3.25. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 
Christian Endeavor — (No report.) 

SPRINGBORO — Rev. Louis E. Dearborn, pastor; No pastor last year; Mrs. Ada 
Bentley, clerk, Springboro, Pa. Membership, 75. Received last year, 4. 
Church building valued at $7,000.00. Preaching twice weekly. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $659.00; American Christian Convention, $9.00; Foreign 



118 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

Missions, $42.00; Home Missions, $40.00; Education, $34.25; Relief, $30.00; all 
other purposes, $391.05. 

Sunday-.school — Fred Coug:hlan, superintendent. Spring-boro, Pa.; Ford 
Hyde, secretary, Spring-boro. Pa. Enrollment, 106; average attendance, 68. 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $3.00; all other purposes, $171.64. 
Christian Endeavor — Intermediate superintendent, Fred Coug-hlan, Spring-- 
boro. Pa., 9 members. Junior superintendent, Mrs. L. E. Dearborn, Spring-- 
boro. Pa., 23 members. No Senior Society. 

"WASHINGTON VALIiEY — No pastor; Rev. Walter Barnes was pastor" last year; 
Almira McGrory, clerk, Cambridg-e Spring-s, Pa. Membership, 54. Church 
building valued at $2,500.00. Parsonage valued at $1,000.00. Weekly preach- 
ing-. Contributed to pastoral service, $485.00; American Christian Convention, 
$4.00; Foreign Missions, $20.00; Home Missions, $11.00; Education, $5.00; all 
other purposes, $249.51. 

Suriday-soiiool — Glenn Greenman, superintendent, Cambridge Springs, Pa., R 
R. ; Miss Ethel McLallen, secretary, Waterford, Pa., R. R. Enrollment, 145 
averag-e attendance, 74. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $2.52 
all other purposes, $198.17. 
CIiri.stian Endeavor — (No report.) 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 7; Licentiates, 3; Churches, 11; Membership, 1,066. 
Contributions: Pastoral service, $5,185.14; American Christian Convention, 
$73.75; Education, $108.25; Foreig-n Missions, $242.05; Home Missions, $189.91; 
Federal Council, $3.00; Relief, $66.00; all other purposes, $4,289.28. Sunday- 
schools, 11; Enrollment, 695; Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $14.68. 
Christian Endeavor Societies, 10. Total contributions reported. $10,172.06. 



NEW YORK CENTRAL 

(Reported by Secretary Martin) 

Session of 1921 — North Rush, N. Y. 
Session of 1922 — 

Officers — James S. Frost, West Henrietta, N. Y. — President. 

Rev Arthur Humphreys, Plainville, N. Y. — Vice-President. 
Frank L. Martin, West Henrietta, N. Y. — Secretary. 
Dean S. Norris, Rush, N. Y. — Treasurer. 

Department Secretaries — Mrs. Margaret MacCalman, Lakemont, N. Y. — Missions. 
Mrs. Ruby Voorhees, Plainville, N. Y. — Relief. 
Mrs. Florence Clark, Brushton, N. Y. — Education. 
Roscoe Wixson, Lakemont, N. Y. — Christian Endeaivor. 
Miss Flora Cleveland, Watertow^n, N. Y. — Sunday-schools. 

Ministers Dixon, Dalco, E., 126 E. Elm St., East 

Brate, Sylvester, Lakemont, N. Y. „ ^^^^^^^'X JJ" ^"tji • n to- v 

' ^3 ' • Humphreys, Arthur, Plamville, N. Y. 

Bristow, Mrs. Marjorie, 123 E. Green St., Pittman, James M., Port Byron, N. Y. 

Ithaca, N. Y. Wilson, J. W., 11 Liberty St, Jamestown, 

Conibear, Geo. A., Lakemont, N. Y. N. Y. 

Youmans, Mrs. Marion C, Lakeville, N. Y. 

Cliurcli, Pastor, Clerit, Offerings, Organizations 

(Offering-s October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

BRUSHTON — Rev. Mary C. Vining- (Baptist), pastor; No pastor last year; Mrs. 
Florence Clark, clerk, Brushton, N. Y. Membership, 26. Received last year, 
5. Church building- valued at $4,500.00. Parsonag-e valued at $2,500.00. Full 
time preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, $460.00; American Christian 
Convention, $5.00; Foreign Missions, $50.00; Home Missions, $21.88; Education, 
$9.72; all other purposes, $247.47. 

Sonday-scliool — Ernest Haskell, superintendent, Brushton, N. Y. ; Beatrice 
Crinklaw, secretary, Brushton, N. Y. Enrollment, 45; average attendance, 35. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $50.00. 

Christian Endeavor — Ernest Cummings, president, Brushton, N. Y. ; Charlotte 
Sheals, corresponding secretary. Brushton, N. Y. Members — active, 16. Con- 
tributed to Christian Endeavor Department for current expenses, $2.00. 

BAST DICKINSON — Rev. Mary C. Vining, pastor; No pastor last year; Mrs. H. W. 
Clark, clerk, Brushton, N. Y. Membership, 30. Part time preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $250.00. 

EAST HOUNSFIEIiD — No pastor; Rev. J. H. Greenley -was pastor last year; Miss 
Flora Cleveland, clerk, Waterto-wn, N. Y., R. R. 5. Membership, 48. Church 
building valued at $2,500.00. Parsonage valued at $2,200.00. Part time preach- 



THECHRISTIANANNUAL 119 

ing-. Contributed to pastoral service, $210.00; Foreign Missions, $5.00; Educa- 
tion, $3.10; all other purposes, $9.30. 

Sanday-scholo] — Mrs. L. N. Mereand, superintendent. Dexter, N. Y., R. R. 2; 
L. N. Mereand, secretary, Dexter, N. Y., R. R. 2. Enrollment, 66; average at- 
tendance, 20. Contributed to all other purposes, $29.52. 

EMERSON — Rev. J. M. Pittman, pastor; Rev. J. M. Pittman was pastor last year; 
Mrs. Thelma Starks, clerk, Port Byron, N. Y., R. R. 4. Membership, 30. Church 
building- valued at $3,500.00. Parsonage valued at $1,500.00. Full time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $650.00; American Christian Con- 
vention, $2.03; Foreign Missions, $3.18; Home Missions, $6.42; Education, $2.69; 
all other purposes, $33.52. 

Sunday-school — Mrs. Thelma Starks, superintendent, Port Byron, N. Y., R. R. 
4; Miss Mildred Marvin, secretary, Port Byron, N. Y. Enrollment, 60; average 
attendance, 25. Contributed to all other purposes, $84.47. 

Christian Endeavor — Rev. J. M. Pittman, president. Port Byron, N. Y.; Mrs. 
Thelma Starks, corresponding secretary. Port Byron, N. Y. Members — active, 
12; associate, 10; total, 22. Contributed to Christian Endeavor Department, 
$12.16. 

IiAKE3IOJVT — Rev. G. A. Conibear, pastor; Rev. John MacCalman was 
pastor last year; Mrs. Rose E. Chadwick, clerk, Lakemont, N. Y. Membership, 
153. Received last year, 6. Church building valued at $8,000.00. Parsonag-e 
valued at $3,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$1,600.00; American Christian Convention, $7.55; Foreign Missions, $47.65; 
Home Missions, $21.09; Education, $29.28; all other purposes, $243.58. 
Sunday-school — Harry R. Boag, superintendent, Lakemont, N. Y. ; Marvin 
Chadwick, secretary, Lakemont, N. Y. Enrollment, 72; averag^e attendance, 
40. 

Christian Endeavor — Nat. Chadwick, president, Lakemont, N. Y. ; Miss Mabel 
Eaton, corresponding secretary, Lakemont, N. Y. Members — active, 40; as- 
sociate, 5; total, 45. Contributed to Christian Endeavor Department, $48.00. 

liAKEVILiIiE — Rev. Marion C. Youmans, pastor; Rev. Marion C. Youmans was 
pastor last year; Mrs. Frank Eddy, clerk, Lakeville, N. Y. Membership, 81. 
Received last year, 4. Church building valued at $3,000.00. Parsonage valued 
at $2,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $600.00; 
Foreign Missions, $14.00; Home Missions, $20.00; all other purposes, $260.00. 
Sunday-school — Thomas Hamilton, superintendent, Lakeville, N. Y. ; Miss Ruth 
Gibson, secretary, Lakeville, N. Y. Enrollment, 65; average attendance, 35. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $95.00. 

Christian Endeavor — Harvey Seeley, president, Lakeville, N. Y. ; Miss Bessie 
Hamilton, corresponding- secretary, Lakeville, N. Y. Members — active, 29; 
associate, 3; honorary, 2; total, 34. Contributed to Christian Endeavor De- 
partment, $51.74. 

NEWEIELD — Rev. A. D. Chrisjohn, pastor; Rev. A. M. Lockwood was pastor last 
year; Mrs. Martin Wright, clerk. Newfield, N. Y. Membership, 43. Received 
last year, 1. Church building valued at $2,700.00. Parsonage valued at 
$600.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $500.00; 
American Christian Convention, $5.90; Foreig-n Missions, $9.00; Home Missions, 
$5.61; Education, $3.00; all other purposes, $77.15. 

Sunday-school — Arthur N. Allen, superintendent, Newfield, N. Y. ; Mrs. Doug- 
lass Carpenter, secretary, Newfield, N. Y. Enrollment, 23; average attend- 
ance, 14. Contributed to all other purposes, $49.70. 

NORTH RUSH — Rev. J. A. Foss, pastor; No pastor last year; Frank L. Martin, 
clerk, "West Henrietta, N. Y. Membership, 127. Received last year, 9. Church 
building valued at $4,500.00. Parsonage valued at $3,000.00. Full time preach- 
ing. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,000.00; American Christian Conven- 
tion, $23.88; Foreign Missions, $107.00; Home Missions, $139.00; Education, 
$28.12; all other purposes, $563.02. 

Sunday-school — Harry G. Hart, superintendent. Rush, N. Y. ; Paul S. James,' 
secretary, Industry, N. Y. Enrollment, 74; averag-e attendance, 30. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $88.07. 

Christian Endeavor — Grace L. Hetzer, president. Rush, N. Y. ; Miss Emma 
Bauchle, corresponding secretary. West Henrietta, N. Y. Members — active, 
35. Contributed to Christian Endeavor Department, $14.50. 

PIiAINVILiLE — Rev. Arthur Humphreys, pastor; Rev. Arthur Humphreys was 
pastor last year; Mrs. C. E. Voorhees, clerk, Plainville, N. Y. Membership, 
87. Received last year, 4. Church building valued at $4,500.00. Parsonag-e 
valued at $2,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$959.25; American Christian Convention, $8.82; Foreign Missions, $17.10; Home 
Missions, $35.00; Education, $9.74; all other purposes, $64.80. 
Sunday-school — Grove Smith, superintendent, Memphis, N. Y. ; Miss Lillian 



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Pilbeam, secretary, Memphis, N. Y. Enrollment, 95; a.veraigre attendance, 46. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $42.59. 

Christian Endeavor — Miss Metta Ward, president, Memphis, N. Y.; Mrs. C. E. 
Voorhees, corresponding- secretary, Plainville, N. Y. I\rembers — active, 19; 
associate, 10; total, 29. Contributed to Christian Endeavor Dep-artment, $20.10. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 8: Churches. 9; Membership, 625. Contributions: 
Pastoral service, $6,229.25; American Christian Convention, $'53118; Education, 
$85.65; Foreign Missions, $252.93; Home :Mission.s. $249.00; alT other purposes, 
$1,498.84. Sunday-schools, 8; Enrollment, 500. Christian En.d;eavoT Societies, 
6; Membership, 181. Contributed to Christian Endeavor Department, $148.50. 
Total contributions reported, $8,517.35. 



NEW YORK EASTERN 

(Reported by Secretary English) 
Session of 1921 — St. Johnsville. 
Session of 1922 — Stanfordville. 

Officer.** Rev. J. B. Gove, Sprakers, N. Y., R. R. 1 — President. 

Rev. H. W. ;McCrone, St. Johnsville, N. Y. — Vice-President. 
Rev. R. G. English, 126 Chestnut St., Albany, N. Y. — Secretary. 
Rev. AV. D. Rockwell, Medway, N. Y. — Assistant Secretary. 
Rev. J. H. Clark, Ballston Spa, N. Y. — Treasurer. 

Department Secretaries — Rev. W. D. Rockwell, -Medway, N. Y. — Sunday-schools. 
Rev. E. F. Mellott, Rhinebeck, N. Y. — Christian Endeavor. 
Rev. R. G. English, Albany, X. Y. — Education. 

Rev. Mrs. Georgia L. B. Weaton, IVIanand Road. Albany, N. Y.^ — ^Klissions. 
Rev. John Bowdish Gove, Spra.kers, N. Y., R. R. 1 — Field Secretary. 

Executive Board — Rev. John Bowdish Gove, Sprakers, N. Y., R. R. 1. 

Rev. H. \V. McCione, St. Johnsville, X. Y. 
Rev. R. G. English, Albany, N. Y. 
Rev. John H. Clark, Ballston Spa, N. Y. 
Rev. W. D. Rockwell, :Medway, N. Y. 

New Yorli Eastern Cliristian Conference Benevolent and Missionary Society. 
Organized, 1844; Incorporated, 1S5S. 

Board of Director.-s — John Bowdish Gove, H. W. McCrone, M. M. Wa.y, E. E. Griffin, 
Burton Palmer, R. G. English, W. TV^ Crowell, John H. Clark, W. D. Rockwell. 

Officers — John Bowdish Gove, President; N. W. Crowell, Vice-President; H. W. 
McCrone. Secretary; Maynard M. Way, Treasurer. 



Ministers — 

Alderman, Mrs. Ada, Galway, N. Y., R. R. 1. 

Bliss. A. H., Hartwick, N. Y. 

Bodman, E. J., 3520 N. Main St., Fall River, 

Clark. J. H., 140 Malta Ave., Ballston Spa, 

N. Y. 
Coffin, F. G., Albany, Mo. 
Conkling. D. L., Middletown, N. Y., R. R. 
Cook, C. W., Lagrangeville, N. Y. 
Crowell, N. W., Sprakers, N. Y., R. R. 
Dillon. John A., Hartwick, N. Y. 
Dillon, Mrs. J. Alice, Hartwick, N. Y. 
English, R. G., 126 Chestnut St., Albany, 

N. Y. 
Fenton, R. G., Lakemont, N. Y. 
Flory, E. B., Stanfordville, N. Y. 
Francis, Edward, Otego, N. Y. 
Gaige. F. E., Milford, N. J. 



Gove, J. B.. Sprakers, N. Y., R. R. 1. 

Hook, Mrs. Belle H., Hudson, N. Y., Box 287. 

Loucks, Albert. Conshohoeken, Pa., R. R. 1, 

Mackey, L. C. 416 E. 7th St.. Chester, Pa. 

McCrone. H. W., St. Johnsville, N. Y. 

McKeen, S. H., Deer River, N. Y. 

Mellott, E. F.. Rhinebeck. N. Y., R. R. 3. 

Nichols. C. L., Ravena. N. Y. 

Pratt. Jos. 

Rockwell, W. D., Medway. N. Y. 

Shaw, W. H., 1321 Seymour Ave., Utica. 

N. Y. 
Stueler, A., Middlehurgh, N. Y. 
Summerbell. M.. Lakemont. N. Y. 
Thompson, S. B., 194 Woodlawn Ave., Jersey 

City, N. J. 
Waddell, R., South Westerlo, N. Y. 
Weaton, Mrs. G. L. B., 10 Manand Road, 

Albany, N. Y. 



Church, Pastor, Clerk, Offerings, Organizations 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

ALBANY — Rev. R. G. English, pastor; Rev. R. G. English was pastor last year; 
Miss Catherine Parvis, clerk, 264 Elm St., Albany, N. Y"". Membership, 206. 
Received last year. 18. Church building valued at $50,000.00. Parsonage 
valued at $4,000. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service. 
$1,486.35; American Christian Convention. $23.25; Foreign Slissions, $133.17; 
Home Missions. $61.85; Education, $41.75; all other purposes. $2,926.69. 
Sunday-school — Maynard M. Way, superintendent, 385 Madison Ave., Albany, 
N. Y. ; Miss Martha Hosier, secretary, 406 Hudson Ave., Albany, N. Y. En- 
rollment, 147; averag-e attendance, 61. Contributed to Sunday-school Depart- 
ment, $5.00; all other purposes, $310.14. 



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Cbrltttiaii Endeavor — Mr. Henry G. Wilkes, president, 152 Jefferson St., Albany, 
N. Y.; Miss Lulu G. Burbank, corresponding secretary, 9 Dana Ave., Albany, 
N. Y. Members — active, 32. Contributed to Christian Endeavor Department, 
$13.26. 

Junior Christian Endeavor — Gardner Underbill, president, 24 Sherman St., Al- 
bany, N. Y. ; Robert Taylor, secretary, 225 Lark St., Albany, N. Y. Member- 
ship, 16. 

AL.COVE — Rev. W. D. Rockwell, pastor; Rev. W. D. Rockwell was pastor last 
year; W. J. Cole, clerk, Coeymans Hollow, N. Y. Membership, 50. Church 
building- valued at $2,000.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $290.00; Ameri- 
can Christian Convention, $5.75; Education, $7.00. 

Sunday-school — B. Briggs, superintendent. Alcove, N. Y. ; W. Va.n Alstyne, 
secretary, Coeymans Hollow, N. Y. Enrollment, 51; average attendance, 45. 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $2.60; all other purposes, $10.00. 

AUSTERLITZ — No pastor; No pastor last year; Ralph Grant, clerk, Austerlitz, N.Y. 
Membership, 10. 

BARKERSVIIiliE — Rev. Mrs. Ada Alderman, pastor; Rev. Mrs. Ada Alderman 
was pastor last year; Mrs. George Matteson, clerk. Middle Grove, N. Y., R. R. 1. 
Membership, 36. Contributed to pastoral service, $144.00; American Christian 
Convention, $5.63; Foreign Missions, $5.00; Home Missions, $6.00; Education, 
$3.00; all other purposes, $65.33. 
Snnday-.school — Ruth Shaw, secretary. Gal way, N. Y. 

BATES — No pastor; No pastor last year; Mrs. Inez Goodfellow, clerk, Cooksburg, 
N. Y. Membership, 12. Church building valued at $1,000.00. Occasional preach- 
ing. Contributed to American Christian Convention, $2.35; all other purposes, 
$35.21. 

Sunday-school — Mrs. Inez Goodfellow, superintendent, Cooksburg, N. Y.; Paul- 
ine M. Bates, secretary, Cooksburg, N. Y. Enrollment, 32; average attendance 
15. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $1.00; all other purposes, $5.19'. 

CHARLESTON FOUR CORNERS — Rev. N. W. Crowell, pastor; Rev. N. W. Crowell, 
was pastor last year; Miss May Maxwell, clerk, Sp rakers, N. Y., R. R. 1. 
Membership, 108. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$782.34; American Christian Convention, $12.10; Foreign Missions, $27.60; 
Home Missions, $20.26; Education, $6.10; Federal Council, $5.61; all other 
purposes, $548.67. 

Sunday-school — Robert Ferguson, superintendent, Sprakers, N. Y., R. R. 1; 
Mrs. Eugene Vunk, secretary, Esperance, N. Y. R. R. 2. Enrollment, 130; 
average attendance, 47. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $5.20; all 
other purposes, $80.00. 

Christian Endeavor — Mrs. Martha Carr, president, Sprakers, N. Y., R. R. 1; 
Miss Mae Lansing, corresponding secretary, Sprakers, N. Y. Members — active, 
27; associate, 16; total, 43. 

CLOVE — Rev. C. W. Cook, pastor; Rev. C. W. Cook was pastor last year; Mrs. 
Rose Brown, clerk, Lagrangeville, N. Y. Membership, 30. Church valued at 
$3,000.00. Parsonage valued at $1,500.00. Full time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $550.00; American Christian Convention, $6.00; Foreign 
Missions, $5.00; Home Missions, $9.50; Education, $6.00; all other purposes, 
$10.50. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 

CRANBERRY CREEK — Rev. J. H. Clark, pastor; Rev. J. H. Clark was pastor last 
year; Mrs. Flora Lockhart, clerk. Cranberry Creek, N. Y. Membership, 23. 
Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service. $270.00; all other pur- 
poses, $350.15. 

Sunday-school — Mrs. E. A. King, superintendent, Cranberry Creek, N. Y. ; 
Martha Blowers, secretary. Cranberry Creek, N. Y. Enrollment, 36; average 
attendance, 30. 

DANBURY, CONN. — Rev. A. H. Fielder, pastor; Rev. A. H. Fielder was pastor 
last vear; Mrs. Geo. H. Knapp, clerk, Danbury. Conn., R. R. 4. Membership, 
51. Church building valued at $2,000.00. Parsonage valued at $2,000.00. Full 
time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service. $528.00; American Christian 
Convention, $6.00; Foreign Missions, $10.00; Home Missions, $31.00; Education, 
$5.00; all other purposes, $45.00. 

Sunday-school — A. B. Brundage, superintendent, Danbury, Conn.. R. R. 4; 
C. L. Comstock, secretary, Danbury, Conn. R. R. 4. Enrollment, 50; average 
attendance, 30. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $3.00; all other 
purposes, $105.00. 

Christian Endeavor — Mrs. Edna Fielder, president, Danbury, Conn., R. R. 4; 
Mrs. Geo. H. Knapp, corresponding secretary, Danbury, Conn. R. R. 4. IMem- 
bers — active, 24. 



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Junior Christian Endeavor — Membership, 19. Secretary, James Patton, Dan- 
bury, Conn., R. R. 4. 

DELPHI — No pastor; No pastor last year; Mrs. Alfred Carey, clerk, Delphi, N. Y. 
Membership, 8. 

EAST COBL.ESKIL.L, — Rev. Mrs. G. L. B. Weaton, pastor; No pastor last year; 
E. M. Dumond, clerk, East Cobleskill, N. Y. Membership, 58. Church 
building- valued at $2,500.00. Parsonage valued at $800.00. Full time preach- 
ing-. Contributed to all other purposes, $73.05. 

Sunday-school — Cyntha Nelson, superintendent, Mineral Springs, N. Y. ; Geo. 
D. Turner, secretary, Bast Cobleskill, N. Y. Enrollment, 27. 

FREEHOLD — No pastor; Rev. A. C. Youmans -was pastor last year; Orloff L. Story, 
clerk, Greenville, N. Y. Membership, 225. Received last year, 4. Church 
building valued at $10,000.00. Parsonag-e valued at $3,500.00. Full time 
preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,200.00; American Christian 
Convention, $9.92; Foreign Missions, $143.14; Home Missions, $126.53; Edu- 
cation, $14.00; all other purposes, $11.58. 

Sunday-school — Mr. G. A. Story, superintendent, Gayhead, N. Y.; Mrs. H. 
Antus, secretary. Freehold, N. Y. Enrollment, 72; average attendance, 40. 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $5.00; all other purposes, $161.59. 
Christian Endeavor — Alfred D. Welling, president. Freehold, N. Y. ; Emma 
Story, corresponding: secretary. Freehold, N. Y. Members, 74. Contributed 
to Christian Endeavor Department, $10.00. 

GALWAY — No pastor; No pastor last year; Charles T. Hart, clerk, Galway, N. Y. 
Membership, 17. Contributed to all other purposes, $100.00. 

GILBOA — No pastor; No pastor last year; Mrs. F. C. Yeomans, clerk, Gilboa, N. Y., 
R. R. Membership, 15. 

HARTWICK — Rev. John A. Dillon, pastor; Rev. John A. Dillon was pastor last 
year; Mrs. Grace Augur, clerk, Hartwick, N. Y. Membership, 110. Received 
last year, 9. Church building valued at $8,000.00. Parsonage valued at 
$3,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,000.00; 
American Christian Convention, $7.00; Foreign Missions, $26.80; Home Mis- 
sions, $15.50; Education, $12.00; all other purposes, $497.10.- 

Sunday-school — Mrs. Anna Eldred, secretary, Hartwick, N. Y. Enrollment, 
110; average attendance, 50. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $3.00; 
all other purposes, $169.35. 

HUA'TERSLAND — No pastor; Rev. Askan Stueler was pastor last year; Mr. Je- 
rome Decker, clerk, Middleburgh, N. Y. Membership, 63. Received last year, 
1. Church building valued at $2,000.00. Parsonage valued at $1,000.00. Full 
time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $691.00; American Christian 
Convention, $8.52; Foreign Missions, $34.20; Home Missions, $22.29; Education, 
$13.09; all other purposes, $232.08. 

Sunday-school — Scott Deitz, superintendent, Middleburgh, N. Y., R. R. 2; Miss 
Nellie Cook, secretaiy, Middleburgh, N. Y., R. R. 2. Enrollment, 41. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $24.12. 

LAURENS — No pastor; No pastor last year; :Mrs. Oscar Hopkins, clerk, Laurens. 
N. Y. Membership, 46. 

MARYLAND — Rev. L. A. Dykeman, pastor; Rev. L. A. Dykeman was pastor last 
year; Mrs. C. Spencer, clerk, Maryland, N. Y. Membership, 14. Full time 
preaching. Contributed to American Christian Convention, $7.59; Education, 
$9.13. 

MEDUSA — Rev. Robert Waddell, pastor; No pastor last year; Mrs. Jennie Gifford, 
clerk. Medusa, N. Y. Membership, 50. Full time preaching-. Contributed to 
American Christian Convention, $1.71; Foreign Missions, $1.00; Home Missions, 
$4.36; all other purposes, $16.50. 

Sunday-school — Orson Rivenburg, superintendent; Nettie L. Gifford, secretary, 
Medusa, N. Y. Enrollment, 39; average attendance 20. 

Christian Endeavor — G. W. Waight, president; Mrs. E. M. Tompkins, cor- 
responding secretary, Medusa, N. Y. Members — active, 23; associate, 14; hon- 
orary, 5; total, 42. 

MEDWAY — Rev. W. D. Rockwell, pastor; Rev. W. D. Rockwell was pastor last 
year; Miss A. K. Miller, clerk, AYest Coxsackie, N. Y. Membership, 114. Re- 
ceived last year, 23. Church building valued at $5,000.00. Parsonag-e valued 
at $1,500.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $700.00; 
American Christian Convention, $10.00: Foieign ]\Iissions, $25.00: Home Mis- 
sions, $20.00; Education, $10.00; all other purposes, $334.17. 

Sunday-school — Miller Woodhull, superintendent. West Coxsackie, N. Y. ; 
Edith Coons, secretary, Medway, N. Y. Enrollment, 109; average attendance, 
50. Contributed to all other purposes, $115.00. 



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MILAN — No pastor: No pastor last year; C. A. Williams, clerk, Rhinebeck, 
N. Y. Membership, 47. Church building valued at $3,500.00. 

NEW BRITAIN — Rev. R. G. Eng-lish, pastor; Rev. R. G. English was pastor last 
year; Ebenezer S. Wadsworth, clerk. East Chatham, N. Y., R. R. Mem- 
bership, 33. Received last year, 3. Church building- valued at $1,000.00. Part 
time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $136.00; American Christian 
Convention, $2.50; all other purposes, $2.50. 

Sunday-school — Mrs. Ma.ry Carpenter, superintendent. East Chatham, N. Y., 
R. R. 2; Mr. Ebenezer S. Wadsworth, secretary. East Chatham, N. Y., R. R. 2. 
Enrollment, 30; average attendance, 11. Contributed to all other purposes, 
$31.60. 

OTEGO — Rev. Edward Francis, pastor; Rev. Edwajrd Francis was pastor last year; 
Arthur L. Sheldon, clerk, Otego, N. Y. Membership, 66. Church building 
valued at $1,500.00. Parsonage valued at $1,500.00. Full time preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $800.00; American Christian Convention, 
$15.00; Foreign Missions, $50.00; Home Missions, $14.00; Education, $26.00; 
all other purposes, $421.00. 

Sunday-school — iMrs. Lula B. Jewell, superintendent, Otego, N. Y.; Miss Wanda 
H. Jewell, secretary, Otego, N. Y. Enrollment, 77; average attendance, 32. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $64.89. 

PINE PLAINS — No pastor; No pastor last yea«r; Otis Bowman, clerk, Stanford- 
ville, N. Y. Membership, 6. Contributed to Education, $2.00. 

PITTSFIELiD — No pastor; No pastor last year; E. A. Johnson, clerk. New Berlin, 
N. Y. Membership, 37. 

PORTIiANDVILLE^ — No pastor; No pastor last year; Miss C. Belle Thorne, clerk, 
Portlandville, N. Y. Membership, 41. Church building valued ant $2,000.00. 
Parsonage valued at $1,500.00. Contributed to American Christian Convention, 
$8.00; Foreign Missions, $24.00; Home Missions, $17.10; all other purposes, 
$136.37. 

CtUAKER STREET — Rev. D. B. Patterson, pastor; Rev. D. B. Patterson was pastor 
last year; E. H. Davenport, clerk, Quaker Street, N. Y. Membership. 80. 
Church building valued at $2,500.00. Parsonage valued at $1,000.00. Full 
time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $416.00; American Christian 
Convention, $3.00; Foreign Missions, $3.00; all other purposes, $278.00. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 

RANDALiLi — No pastor; No pastor last year; William Leonardson, clerk, Randall, 
N. Y. Membership, 33. Church building valued at $1,500.00. 

RAVENA — Rev. C. L. Nichols, pastor. Rev. C. L. Nichols was pastor last year; 
W. J. Swan, clerk, Ravena, N. Y. Membership, 188. Received last year, 
60. Church building valued at $8,000. Parsonage valued at $4,000.00. Full 
time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,200.00; American Christian 
Convention, $6.00; Foreign Missions, $17.00; Home Missions, $10.00; Education, 
$2.00; Federal Council, $2.00; all other purposes, $3,108.11. 

Sunday-school — C. Chichester, superintendent, Ravena, N. Y. ; Luella GrifRn, 
secretary, Ravena, N. Y. Enrollment, 272; average attendance, 97. Con- 
tributed to Sunday-school Department, $5.00; all other purposes, $355.68. 
Christian Endeavor — Miss Edith T. Zeller, president, Ravena, N. Y. ; Miss An- 
netta Bailey, corresponding secretary, Ravena, N. Y. Members, 50. 
Intermediate Christian Endeavor — Miss Mildred Thompson, secretary, Ravena, 
N. Y. Membership, 16. 

RED ROCK — Supply pastor; No pastor last year; Mrs. Fred Kline, clerk, Chatham, 
N. Y., R. R. Membership, 40. 

RURAL GROVE — Rev. N. W. Crowell, supply pastor; No pastor last year; Rev. 
John Bowdish Gove, clerk, Sprakers, N. Y., R. R. Membership, 69. Contribut- 
ed to American Christian Convention, $10.00; Foreign Missions, $16.50; Home 
Missions, $10.00; Education, $18.27; Federal Council, $5.00; all other purposes, 
$23.50. 

Sunday-school — Maggie M. Gove, superintendent, Sprakers, N. Y.. R. R. 1; 
Mrs. Edward Meyers, secretary, Sprakers, N. Y., R. R. 1. Enrollment, 40; 
average attendance, 16. Contributed to all other purposes, $14.71. 

SCHTJLTZVILLE — Rev. E. F. Mellott, pastor; Rev. E. F. Mellott was pastor last 
year; Mrs. Anna C. Jackson, clerk, Stanfordville, N. Y. Membership. 117. Re- 
ceived last year, 3. Church building valued at $3,500.00. Parsonage valued 
at $1,500.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $720.00; 
American Christian Convention, $4.40; Foreign Missions, $21.05; Home Mis- 
sions, $8.56; Education, $7.00; all other purposes, $419.12. 

Sunday-school — Rev. E. F. Mellott, superintendent, Rhinebeck, N. Y., R. R. 3; 
Mrs. Archie M. Traver, secretary, Rhinebeck, N. Y., R. R. 3. Enrollment, 70; 
average attendance, 31. Contributed to all other purposes, $9.58. 



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Chri»«tian Endeavor — Rev. E. F. Mellott, president, Rhinebeck, N. Y., R. R. ; 
Miss Ruth Hoyt, corresponding- secretary, Rhinebeck, N. Y. Members — active, 
16; associate, 13; honorary, 2; total, 31. 

SOUTH BERIVE — No pastor; Rev. C. L. Vickrey was pastor last year; Mrs. Ella 
M. Murray, clerk, Rensselaerville, N. Y. Membership, 26. Received last year, 
2. Church building- valued at $2,000.00. Parsonage valued at $1,000.00. Full 
time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $151.00; American Christian 
Convention, $4.00; all other purposes, $75.00. 

Sunday-Kcliool — Mrs. Fred Shufeldt, superintendent. South Berne, N. Y. ; Mary 
J. Barber, secretary, Berne, N. Y., R. R. 2. Enrollment, 30; average attend- 
ance, 12. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $1.00. 

SOUTH VALLEY — Rev. Elwyn Baker, pastor; Rev. Elwyn Baker was pastor last 
year; Mr. Lee L.. Mabie, clerk, Westford, N. Y. Membership, 49. Received last 
year 5. Church building- valued at $1,200.00. Parsonage valued at $600.00. 
Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $400.00; all other 
purposes, $22.00. 

Chri.xtian Endeavor — Mrs. Belle Mabie, president. South Valley, N. Y. ; Lee L. 
Mabie, corresponding secretary, Westford, N. Y. Members — active, 19; as- 
sociate, 4; honorary, 11; total, 34. Contributed to Christian Endeavor Depart- 
ment, $2.50. 

SOUTH \%'ESTERLO — Rev. Robert Waddell, pastor; No pastor last year; Charles 
H. Spa.ulding, clerk. Greenville, N. Y., R. R. Membership, 153. Received last 
year, 1. Church building valued at $7,500.00. Parsonage valued at $1,500.00. 
Full time preaching-. 

Sunday-school — S. B. Palmer, superintendent, Greenville, N. Y. R. R. 1; 
Gerald Palmer, .secretary, Greenville, N. Y., R. R. 1. Contributed to all 
other purposes, $80.00. 

STAIVFORDVILLE — Rev. E. B. Flory, pastor; Rev. E. B. Flory was pastor last 
year; Clarence A. Knapp, clerk, Stanfordville, N. Y. Membei-ship, 90. Re- 
ceived last year. 10. Church building valued at $5,000.00. Parsonage valued 
at $2,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,000.00; 
Foreign Missions. $13.08; Education, $25.76; all other purposes, $425.27. 
Sundaj'-selioiol — Elmer H. Devine. superintendent, Stanfordville, N. Y.; Chester 
Van Benschoten, secretary, Stanfordville, N. Y. Enrollment, 131; average at- 
tendance, 60. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $10.00; all other 
purposes, $271.55. 

ST. JOHXSVILLE — Rev. H. "VV. McCrone, pastor; Rev. H. W. McCrone was pastor 
last year; A. E. Seaman, clerk, St. Johnsville, N. Y. Membership, 247. 
Received last year, 13. Church building- valued at $12,000.00. Parsonage 
valued at $2,500.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$950.00; American Christian Convention, $5.00; Foreign Missions, $13.79; Home 
Missions, $17.01; Education, $12.80; all other purposes. $446.31. 
Sunday-.soliool — A. E. Seaman, superintendent, St. Johnsville, N. Y. ; Laura A. 
'tValrath, secretary, St. Johnsville, N. Y. Enrollment, 177; average attendance, 
94. Contributed to all other purposes, $225.51. 

UIVION MILLS — No pastor; No pastor last year; Mrs. M. E. Sawyer, clerk, Broad- 
albin, N. Y. Membership, 14. 

WEST DAY — No pastor; No pa.stor last year; I. L. Colson. clerk, West Day, N. Y. 
^Membership, 15. 

YOUKERS BUSH — Rev. H. AV. McCrone, pastor; Rev. H. W. McCrone was pastor 
last year; William Flanders, clerk, St. Johnsville, N. Y. Membership, 37. 
Sunday-school — George W. Flanders, superintendent, St. Johnsville, N. Y.; Mrs. 
Forba Hayes, secretary, St. Johnsville, N. Y. Enrollment, 40; average attend- 
ance, 25. Contributed to all other purposes, $25.00. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 31; Churches, 40; Membership, 2,634. Contribu- 
tions: Pastoral service, $13,414.69; American Christian Convention, $163.72; 
Education, $237.40; Foreign Missions, $569.33; Home Missions, $393.46; Fed- 
eral Council, $12.61; all other purposes, $10,603.21. Sunday-schools, 25: En- 
rollment, 1,711. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $40.80. Christian 
Endeavor Societies, 8; Membership, 330. Contributed to Christian Endeavor 
Department, $25.76. Total contributions reported, $25,460.98. Conference 
offering to American Christian Convention, $50.00. 



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NEW YORK WESTERN 

(Reported by Secretary Peck) 

Session of 1921 — North Pembroke. 
Session of 1922 — 

Officers — Rev. John M. Williams, Machias, N. Y. — President. 
Rev. R. H. Peel, Gasport, N. Y. — Vice-President. 
Rev. Ira' L. Peck, Gasport, N. Y. — Secretary. 
Georg-e Northrup, Hilton, N. Y. — Treasurer. 

Executive Committee — Revs. John M. Williams, Ira L. Peck; George Northrup; J. B. 
Pease; Arthur Johnson. 

Department Secretaries — Ruthvan Kill, Gasport, N. Y. — Sunday-schools. 
Mrs. Edna Folland, Morg-anville, N. Y. — Christian Endea^vor. 
Edith Dale, Gasport, N. Y. — ^Missions. 

Ministers — Foss, J. A., Rush, N. Y. 

Bassett John H., Everett, Pa. Mackenzie, Alexander, East Rochester, N. Y. 

Bristow, Marjorie C, 123 E. Greene St., '^^"^ l^\h' ^^^^"^^^ -^^ ^• 

Ithaca N Y Peel, R. H., Gasport, N. Y. 

Fancher,' E. f!, Alhion, N. Y. Williams, John M., Machias, N. Y. 

Chorcli, Pastor, Cleric, Offerings, Organizations 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

CASTILE — (Church closed) — No pastor; No pastor last year; Mrs. M. E. Bolton, 
clerk, Castile. N. Y. Membership, 11. Church building valued at $3,000.00. 
Parsonage valued at $2,000.00. 

MACHIAS — Rev. John M. Williams, pastor; Rev. John M. Williams was pastor 
last year; Mrs. Alonzo Bartlett, clerk, Machias, N. Y. Membership, 83. Church 
building valued at $6,000. Parsonage valued at $3,000. Full time preacliing. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $800.00; American Christian Convention, $*^.00; 
Foreign Missions, $24.75; Home Missions, $25.10; Education, $20.40; Relief, 
$104.90; all other purposes, $32.00. 

Sunday-scliool — Lewis King, superintendent, Machias, N. Y. Enrollment, 65; 
average attendance, 42. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $2.00; 
all other purposes, $51.26. 

CliristJan Endeavor — Miss Eloise Wellington, president, Machias, N. Y. ; Miss 
Lucile ^Vellington, tjorresponding secretary, Machias, N. Y. Members — active, 
23; honorary, 2; total, 25. 

MAXIVIXG — Rev. O. R. Newman, pastor; Rev. O. R. Newman was pastor last year; 
Mrs. H. C. Foster, clerk, HoUey, N. Y. Membership, 37. Received last year, 4. 
Church building valued at $1,500.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $216.00; all other purposes, $19.09. 

MORGANA'ILLE — Rev. John A. Blacklock, pastor; Rev. John A. Blacklock was 
pastor last year; Mrs. S. A. Radley, clerk, IMorganville. N. Y. Membership, 
39. Received laet year, 9. Church building valued at $3,000.00. Parsonage 
valued at $1,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$700.00; American Christian Convention, Sfi.OO: Foreie-n Missions, $P.no- Home 
Missions, $6.50; Education, $3.15; Relief. $163.24; all other purposes, $130.00. 
Sonday-school — Mrs. W. S. Daniels, superintendent, Morganville, N. Y. ; Bernice 
Greening, secretary, Morganville, N. Y. Enrollment, 98; average attendance, 
27. Contributed to all other purposes, $58.28. 

NORTH PEMBROKE — Rev. John A. Brown, pastor; Rev. John A. Brown was 
pastor last year; Agnes Martin, clerk. East Pembroke. N. Y. Membership. 19. 
Church building valued at $3,500.00. Parsonage valued at $2,500.00. Full 
time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $300.00; Foreign Missions, 
$5.00; Home Missions, $5.00. 

Snnday-school — ^Mrs. Mark Rit, superintendent, Batavia, N. Y., R. R. 1; Mrs. 
Wm. Smith, secretary, Batavia, N. Y., R. R. 1. Enrollment, 47; average at- 
tendance, 29. Contributed to all other purposes, $25.41. 

ORANGEPORT — Rev. R. H. Peel, pastor; Rev. R. H. Peel was pastor last year; 
Jay S. Pease, clerk, Gasport, N. Y. Membership, 161. Received last year, 4. 
Church building valued at $5,000.00. Parsonage valued at $5,000.00. Full time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service. $1,250.00; American Christian Con- 
vention, $21.43; Foreign Missions, $50.00; Home Missions, $21.43; Education. 
$13.15; Relief, $42.08; all other purposes, $287.05. 

Snnday-scliool — Ruthvan Kill, superintendent. Gasport, N. Y. ; Mrs. Olive 
Church, secretary, Gasport, N. Y. Enrollment. 150; average attendance, 73. 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $4.00; all other purposes, $112.07. 
Cliristlan Endeavor — Mrs. Olive Pease, president. Lockport, N. Y., R. R. ; Bruce 
Gaskill. corresponding secretary, Gasport, N. Y. Members — active, 28; as- 
sociate, 9; total, 37. 



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PAR>IA AXD GREECE — Rev. "SVm. H. Potaerts, pastor; Rev. Geo. C. Enders was 
pastor last year; Albert Lockner, clerk, North Greece, N. Y. Membership, 
114. Received last year, 12. Church building valued at $5,000. Parsonagre 
valued at $5,000.00. Full time preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$908.00; American Christian Convention, $3.70; Foreign Missions, $22.49; Home 
Missions, $22.55; Education, $12.17; Relief, $72.50; all other purposes, $574.80. 
Sunday-school — Wilbur Chase, superintendent, Hilton, N. Y. ; Dwig-ht Northrup, 
secretary, Hilton, N. Y. Enrollment, 117; average attendance, 66. Contribut- 
ed to Sunday-school Department, $4.00; all other purposes, $96.00. 
Christian Endeavor — Allen Spear, president. North Greece, N. Y. ; Leona North- 
rup, corresponding secretary, Hilton, N. Y. R. R. 2. Members, 41. 

WEST SHELBY — (Church closed) — No pastor; No pastor last year; Mrs. E. A. 
Rutherford, clerk, Middleport, N. Y. Church building valued at $3,500.00. 
Parsonage valued at $2,000.00. Contributed to Education, $100.00. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 8; Churches, 8; Membership, 464. Contributions: 
Pastoral service, $4,174.00; American Christian Convention, $37.13; Education, 
$148.87; Foreign Missions, $107.24; Home Missions, $80.58; Relief, $382.72; 
all other purposes, $1,042.94. Sunday-schools, 5; Enrollment, 477. Contributed 
to Sunday-school Department, $10.00. Christian Endeavor Societies, 3; Mem- 
bership, 103. Total contributions reported, $5,983.48. Conference offering to 
American Christian Convention, $25.00. 

ONTARIO 

(Reported by Secretary Lick) 

Session of 1921 — Keswick Church. 
Session of 1922 — Ringwood Church. 

Officers — Rev. E. C. Hall. Newmarket, Ontario — President. 
Rev. C. E. Fockler, Keswick, Ontario — Vice-President. 
Elmer Lick, Oshaw^a, Ontario — Secretary. 
E. B. Hoover, 325 Main St., Toronto, Ontario — Treasurer. 

Ministers — Prosser, D., Newmarket, Out. 

Cotton, E. T., Oshawa, Ont. Van Norman, D. V., Keswick, Ont. 

Felton, C. J., 513 Markham St., Toronto, I^«>' Ministers — 

Ontario Dales, Prof. J. N., Drayton, Ont. 

Fletcher, " W. P., 162 Westmount Ave., Fletcher. Lewellyn, 162 Westmount Ave., 

Toronto, Ont. „ '^°r,°"*°' ^"!- ^, , . ^ 

Fockler, C. E., Keswick, Ont. Hamilton. R. A Newmarket, Ont. 

Hall, E. C, Newmarket, Ont. Manuel, ,T. H., Oshawa, Ont., R. R. 3. 
Morton, E., StoufTville, Ont. 

Charcli, Pastor, Clerk, Offerings, Organizations 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

ALiTONA — Rev. E. Morton, pastor; Supply pastor last year; "Wm. Reesor, clerk, 
Stouffville, Ontario. Membership, 23. One-half time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $200.00; Foreign Missions, $77.50; Home Missions, $60.00; 
all other purposes, $83.73. 

Snnday-scbool — Eli Lehman, superintendent, Stouffville, Ontario; Wm. Reesor, 
secretary, Stouffville, Ontario. Enrollment, 93; average attendance, 60. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $93.00. 

BAliDWIN — Rev. C. E. Fockler, pastor; Rev. C. E. Fockler was pastor last year; 
C. F. Anderson, clerk, Virginia, Ontario, R. R. 2. Membership, 26. Church 
building valued at $1,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $240.00; Home Missions. $5.00; all other purposes, $96.50. 
Sunday-scliool — F. W. Tomlinson, superintendent, Virginia, Ontario; J. Cryder- 
man, secretary, Virginia, Ontario. Enrollment, 45; average attendance, 31. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $4.90. 

BliOOMIlVGTON — Rev. E. Morton, pastor; Supply pastor last year; Wm. A. Fock- 
ler, clerk, Stouffville, Ontario. Membership, 73. Church building valued at 
$4,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $353.00; all 
other purposes, $106.35. 

Sundny-scliool — Earl Davis, superintendent, Stouffville, Ontario; D. Burnett, 
secretary, Stouffville, Ontario. Enrollment, 73; average attendance, 36. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $16.92. 

CHURCH HILL. — Rev. E. Mortin, pastor; Supply pastor last year; L. Stanley 
Paisley, clerk, Stouffville, Ontario, R. R. 3. Membership, 48. Church building 
valued at $2,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$364.65; Home Missions, $31.00; all other purposes, $13.00. 
Sunday-school — G. Kellington, superintendent, Stouffville, Ontario, R. R. 3; E. 



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W. Hewlet, secretary, Stouffiville, Ontario, R. R. 3. Enrollment, 85; averag-e 
attendance,' 40. Contributed to all other purposes, $57.37. 

Christian Endeavor — E. W. Hewlet, president, Stouffville, Ontario, R. R. 3; 
L. Stanley Paisley, corresponding secretary, StoufEville, Ontario. 

DRAYTON — Prof. J. N. Dales, pastor; Prof. J. N. Dales was pastor last year; 
Miss Annie Wilson, clerk, Drayton, Ontario. Membership, 26. Church build- 
ing- valued at $5,500.00. Full time preaching. 

Sunday-school — Mrs. J. N. Dales, superintendent, Drayton, Ontario; Robert 
Dales, secretary, Drayton, Ontario. Enrollment, 37; average attendance, 17. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $41.76. 

KESWICK — Rev. C. E. Fockler, pastor; Rev. C. E. Fockler was pastor last year; 
Jesse Connell, clerk, Keswick, Ontario. Membership, 120. Received last 
year, 21. Church building valued at $3,000.00. Parsonage valued at $5,000.00. 
Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,200.00; Foreign Mis- 
sions, $419.00; Home Missions, $108.00; all other purposes, $1,130.00. 
Sunday-school — M. W. Connell, superintendent, Keswick, Ontario; Alice Ma- 
honey, secretary, Keswick, Ontario. Enrollment, 152; average attendance, 
53. Contributed to all other purposes, $25.00. 

KING — Supply pastor; Supply pastor last year; Eph. Clarkson, clerk, Kettleby, 
Ontario. Membership, 40. Church building valued at $600.00. Full time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $350.00; Home Missions, $23.00; 
all other pui-poses, $10.00. 

LITTLE BRITAIN — Supply pastor; Rev. D. V. VanNorman was pastor last year; 
Wm. DeShane, clerk. Little Britain, Ontario. Membership, 58. Church build- 
ing valued at $4,000.00. Parsonage valued at $2,000.00. Full time preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $600.00; Foreign Missions, $175.00; all other 
purposes, $589.40. 

Sunday-school — A. Henderson, superintendent. Little Britain, Ontario; Miss 
Thelma Bverson, secretary. Little Britain, Ontario. Enrollment, 77; average 
attendance, 30. Contributed to all other purposes, $10.00. 

NEWMARKET — Rev. E. C. Hall, pastor; Rev. E. C. Hall was pastor last year; 
J. W. Braunner, clerk, Newmarket, Ontario. Membership, 220. Received last 
year, 5. Church building valued at $25,000.00. Parsonage valued at $4,500.00. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $1,337.50; Foreign Missions, $305.60; Home 
Missions, $144.80; all other purposes, $1,366.55. 

Sunday-school — R. A. Hamilton, superintendent, Newmarket, Ontario; "V\^m. 
Epworth, secretary, Newmarket, Ontario. Enrollment, 295. 

OSHA\VA — Rev. E. T. Cotten, pastor; Rev. C. J. Felton was pastor last year; 
H. Manuel, clerk, Oshawa, Ontario, R. R. 3. Membership, 129. Received last 
year, 1. Church building valued at $35,000.00. Parsonage valued at $4,000.00. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $892.38; Foreign Missions, $311.01; Home Mis- 
■ sions, $125.00; all other purposes, $1,180.28. 
Sunday-school — Roy F. Bennett, superintendent, Osha.wa, Ontario; John John- 
son, secretary, Oshawa, R. R. 3. Enrollment, 280; average attendance, 125. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $387.71. 

RINGW^OOD — Rev. E. Morton, pastor; Supply pastor last year; J. M. Grove, clerk. 
Ring-wood, Ontario. Membership, 30. Church building valued at $1,000.00. 
Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $;>37.1F;; Foreig-n Mis- 
sions, $20.00; Home Missions, $25.00; all other purposes, $569.18. 
Sunday-school — J. M. Grove, superintendent, Ringwood, Ontario; Roy Grove, 
Secretary, Ringwood, Ontario. Enrollment, 77; average attendance, 30. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $113.72. 

Christian Endeavor — Miss Ada Barkey, president, RingTVOod, Ontario; Miss 
Ada Grove, corresponding secretan% Ringwood, Ontario. 

STOUFFA'ILiLE — Rev. E. Morton, pastor; Supply pastor last year; J. S. Daugherty, 
clerk, Stouffville, Ontario. Membership, 30. Church building valued at 
$4,000.00. Parsonage valued at $2,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $435.00; Foreign Missions, $23.00; all other purposes, 
$307.50. 

Sunday-school — A. B. Nighswander, superintendent, Stouffville, Ontario, H. 
Morden, secretary, Stouffville, Ontario. Enrollment, 50; average attendance, 
40. Contributed to all other purposes, $36.29. 

TORONTO — Rev. C. J. Felton, pastor; Rev. E. Morton was pastor last year; Nor- 
man Cook, clerk, 185 Indian Road, Toronto, Ontario. Membership, 104. Re- 
ceived last year, 23. Church building valued at $10,000.00. Full time preach- 
ing. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,000.00; Foreign Missions. $71.50; 
Home Missions, $131.50; Education, $1.60; all other purposes, $299.10. 
Sunday-school — William W^ilson, superintendent, care Norman Cook, 185 In- 



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dian Road, Toronto, Ontario; Miss L. Thompson, secretary. Enrollment, 137; 
averag-e attendance, h5. Contributed to all other purposes, $125.08. 
Christian Endeavor — Miss Laura Morton, president; M,iss E. Moore, corres- 
ponding secretary. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 8; Lay ministers, 4; Churches, 13; Membership, 
927. Contributions: Pastoral service, $7,209.08; American Christian Conven- 
tion, $30.00; Education, $1.60; Foreign Missions, $1,402.61; Home Missions, 
$653.30; all other purposes, $5,751.59. Sunday-schools, 12; Enrollment, 1,401. 
Christian Endea.vor Societies, 3. Total contributions reported, $15,048.78. 
Conference offering- to American Christian Convention, $21.40. 



TIOGA RIVER 

(Reported by Secretary Reep) 

Session of 1921 — East Lawrence, Pa. 
Session of 1922 — 

Offleert* — Rev. A. L. Allen, Lawrenceville, Pa., R. R. 1 — President. 
Rev. C. O. Brown, Campbell, N. Y. — ^Vice-President. 
Rev. C. E. Reep, Harford Mills, N. Y. — Secretary. 
Rev. O. I. Hathaway, Binghamton, N. Y. — Treasurer. 

Trustees — For three years — Rev. C. E. Reep. 
For two years — Rev. R. C. Allen. 
For one year, Mr. C. A. Giaues. 

Member of Executive Board — Rev. T. V. Moore, Woodhull, N. Y. 

Department Secretaries — Mrs. C. O. Brown, Campbell, N. Y. — Sunday-schools. 

Miss Wilma Allen, New Albany, Pa. — Christian Endeavor. 
Rev. Rose C. Allen, New Albany, Pa. — Education. 
Mrs. Ira Whiting-, Campbell, N. Y. — Publications. 

Secretarj- on Life Recruits — Mrs. Mattie C. White, New Albany, Pa. 

Ministers — Potter, J. 0., Almond, N. Y., R. R. 2. 

Allen, A. L., Lawrenceville, Pa., R. R 1. ^^ep, C. E., Harford Mills, N. Y. 

Allen. Rose C, New Albany, Pa. Riley, L. A., Bingliamton, N. Y. 

Dykeman, L. A., Worcester N Y Schwartz, Adah C, Eiast Bethany, N. Y. 

Fisk. Miles B., Kittery Point, Me. Stearnes, J. W., Cherry Plain, N. Y. 

Haines, W. H. Baxter Pa Straight, Lyman, East Rochester, N. Y. 

Hathaway," O.' I., 173 Hawl'ey St., Bingham- Uttf, A. G. Oneida N. Y. 

ton, N. Y Wilhams, J. M., Machias, N. Y. 

Livingston E. C. Wright, Arthur A., 9 Highland Ave., Bing- 

Moore, T. V.,' Woodhull. N. Y. hamton, N. Y. 

Cliurch, Pastor, Clerk, Offering's, Organizations 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

REAVER MEADOW — No pastor; Rev. L. L. Zweizig was pastor last year. Mem- 
bership, 6. Church building valued at $1,200.00. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $50.00; Foreign Missions, $3.21. 

Sunday-school — John Blodgett, superintendent, Beaver Meadow, N. Y. ; Flo- 
rence Hitchman, secretary, Beaver Meadow, N. Y. Enrollment, 20; average 
attendance, 8. 

BING.HAMTOX — Rev. Arthur A. Wright, pastor; Rev. Arthur A. Wright was 
pastor last year; Miss Helen M. Bronson, clerk, 250 Front St., Binghampton, 
New York. Membership, 158. Church building valued at $6,000.00. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $1,910.00; Foreign Missions, $1,200.00; Relief, 
$25.00; all other purposes, $267.90. 

Sunday-school — J. H. Vanatta, superintendent, 27 Schillar St., Binghamton, 
New York; J. Fred Fisk, secretary, 108 Main St., Binghamton, N. Y. Enroll- 
ment, 185. Contributed to all other purposes, $32.34. 

CAMERON HILL — No pastor; No pastor last year; Mrs. Alice Rumsey, clerk, 
Cameron Mills, N. Y. Membership, 19. Church building valued at $1,000.00. 
Contributed to American Christian Convention, $2.00; Foreign Missions, $3.00; 
Home Missions, $3.00; all other purposes, $11.20. 

EAST LAWRENCE — Rev. A. L. Allen, pastor; Rev. A. L. Allen was pastor last 
year; P. R. Doud, clerk, Lawrenceville, Pa. Membership, 100. Church build- 
ing valued at $2,000.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $401.80; American 
Christian Convention, $3.74; Foreign Missions, $8.83; all other purposes, $271.04. 
Sunday-school — C. S. Rockwell, superintendent, Lawrenceville, Pa.; J. Clinton 
Cary, secretai-y, Lawrenceville, Pa. Contributed to Sunday-school Depart- 
ment, $6.30; all other purposes, $99.69. 



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Christian E}ndeavor — A. L. Allen, president, Lawrenceville, Pa.; Mrs. J. W. 
Carwin, corresponding secretary, Lawrenceville, Pa. Members — active, 17; 
associate, 10; total, 27. 

EVERGREEN — We have preaching- by different pastors; Miss Flora Golden, clerk, 
Kalkaska, Mich. Membership, 10. Church building- valued at $3,000.00. Con- 
tributed to Foreig-n Missions, $50.00. 

Snnday-.scliool — Mrs. Oscar Anderson, superintendent, Kalkaska, Mich.; Miss 
Flora Golden, secretary, Kalkaska, Mich. Enrollment, 40; average attend- 
ance, 30 and 35. Contributed to American Christian Convention, $90.00. 
Christian Endeavor — We used to have Endeavor, but not now. 

FIRST FRA1VKI.I1V — Rev. Rose C. Allen, pastor; Rev. Rose C. Allen was pastor 
last year; Mrs. Helen B. Phelps, clerk, Powell, Pennsylvania, R. R. 1. Mem- 
bei-ship, 52. Church building- valued at $2,000.00. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $250.00; American Christian Convention, $11.00; Foreign Missions, 
$14.00; Home Missions, $8.50; Education, $5.00; all other purposes, $45.10. 
Sunday-school — Mortimer Rockwell, superintendent; Frank E. Gilbert, secre- 
tary, Powell, Pennsylvania. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $3.25; 
all other purposes, $57.50. 

HARFORD MILLS — Rev. C. E. Reep, pastor; No pastor last year. Membership, 8. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $26.35. 

Sunday-school — Rev. C. E. Reep, superintendent, Harford Mills, N. Y.; Miss 
Ethel Jefferies, secretary. Enrollment, 40. 

INGLESIDE — Rev. Miss Colt, supply pastor; No pastor last year; Mrs. Alice 
Brig-g-s, clerk, Prattsburg-, N. Y. Membership, 47. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $192.00; Foreig-n Missions, $9.06; Home Missions, $6.59; all other 
purposes, $42.10. 

Sunday-school — C. A. Graves, superintendent, Prattsburg-, New York; Kenneth 
Drake, secretary, Naples, New York. Contributed to all other purposes, $19.94. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 17; Churches, 8; Membership, 529. Contributions: 
Pastoral service, $3,403.80; American Christian Convention, $23.61; Education, 
$17.15; Foreig-n Missions, $1,245.60; Home Missions, $27.59; Relief, $25.00; all 
other purposes, $670.21. Sunday-schools, 7; Enrollment, 334. Contributed to 
Sunday-school Department, $9.55; Chrjstian Endeavor Societies, 2. Member- 
ship, 50. Total contributions reported, $5,422.51. Conference offering- to 
American Christian Convention, $20.00. 



NEW JERSEY 

(Reported by Secretary Beach) 
Session of 1921 — Milford, N. J. 
Session of 1922 — 

Officers — Rev. W. H. Hainer. 37 Myrtle Ave., Irvington, N. J. — President 
Rev. C. A. McDaniel, A^Tnchester, Va. — Vice-President. 
F. R. Beach, 1180 Springfield Ave., Irvington, N. J.— Secretary. 
Rev. E. C. Hall, Vienna, N. J. — Corresponding Secretary 
A. W. Shepherd, 41 Bonnell St., Flemington, N. J. — Treasurer. 

Department Secretaries — Mrs. Geo. A. Roemer, Moscow, Pa., R. R. — Sunday-schools 
Rev. E. C. Hall, Vienna, N. J. — Christian Endeavor. 
Mrs. W. H. Hainer, Irvington, N. J. — Missions 



Ministers — 

Allen, Amos, Locktown, N. J. 

Barrett, J. C, 4 Colleg-e Place, Defiance, 
Ohio. 

Barth, Ed-w. A., Hilton, N. J. 

Barton, H. A., 819 East 35th St.. Brooklyn, 

N. Y. 
Butler, N. W.. 404 E. North St., Muncie, 

Ind. 
Epright, J. Elliott, Milford, N. J. 
Gaige, F. E., Milford, N. J. 
Gennett, W. L., Ne-w Albany, Pa., R. R. 
Godley, Albert, Tenafly, N. J. 
Hainer, Wm. H., Irvington, N. J. 
Hall. E. C, Vienna, N. J. 
Hendershot, F. S.. Lewisburg, Pa. 
Hendershot, Hazel Mead, Le-wisburg, Pa. 
Hoffman, E. E., Newton, N. J., R. R. 4. 



Johnson, I.. P., 270 East, 32d St., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

Jordan, W. F.. Elon College, N. C. 

Lawler, Thos. R., 225 Chauncey St., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 

McDaniel, C. A., Winchester, Va. 

Roemer, Geo. A., Moscow, Pa. 

Willard, Eugene, 6 Townsend Ave., Danville, 
111. 

Willard, Mrs. Eugene, 6 Townsend Ave., 
Danville, III. 
Iiieentiates^ 

Langley, Arthur T., Bible Institute, Nyack, 
N. Y. 

L-.,-rior. Harry C. 377 8th St.. Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

Onstead, Raymond, Lakernont. N. Y. 

Vaile, O. M., Jr., 623 East 37th St., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 



130 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

Church, Pastor, Clerk, Offering:^, Organizations 

(Offering's October 1. 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

BALiE:vIL.L.e: — Rev. B. E. Hoffman, pastor; Rev. E. E. Hoffman was pastor last 
year; Mrs. F. W. Harding, clerk, 33 Clinton St., Newton, N. J. Membership, 
193. Church building- valued at $5,000.00. Parsonage valued at $3,000.00. 
Contributed to American Christian Convention, $16.45; Foreig^n Missions, 
$36.10; Home Missions, $24.96; Education, $7.13; Relief, $54.00; all other pur- 
poses, $27.75. 

Sunday-.sohool — Mrs. E. E. Hoffmain, superintendent, Newton, N. J., R. R. 1; 
Viola Winfield, secretary, Halsey, N. J. Enrollment, 118; average attendance, 
80. Contributed to all other purposes, $87.38. 

BRIDGEBORO — M. Harner, clerk, Bridgeboro, N. J. 

BROOKLYIV, CHURCH OF THE EVANGEL — Rev. H. A. Barton, pastor; No pastor 
last year; M. J. Christie, clerk, 35 Noble St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Membership, 
50. Church building valued at $15,000.00. Contributed to American Christian 
Convention, $2.00; Foreign Missions, $5.00; Home Missions, $5.00; Education, 
$2.00; Relief, $35.00; all other purposes, $115.00. 
Sunday-Hchool — (No report.) 

BROOKLYN, VANDERVEER PARK — Rev. L. F. Johnson, pastor; Rev. L. F. John- 
son was pastor last year; James Lindley, clerk, 2909 Clarendon Road, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. Membership, 105. Church building valued at $13,500.00. Con- 
tributed to American Christian Convention, $5.00; Foreign Missions, $110.00; 
Home Missions, $207.00; Education, $3.00; Relief, $36.00; all other purposes, 
$313.40. 

Sunday-jschool — O. M. Vail, Jr., superintendent, 623 E. 37th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. ; 
Cyril IJeveridge, secretary, 1245 New York Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. EnroUment, 
180; average attendance, 102. Contributed to all other purposes, $458.53. 
Christian Endeavor — Geo. E. Cook, president, 1229 New York Ave., Brooklyn, 
N. Y.; Miss Elenor Suplain, corresponding secretary, 190 E. 32d St., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. Members — active, 36. 

CARVERS VILLE — No pastor; Rev. W. L. Gennett was pastor last year; Lucille 
Walton, clerk, Carversville, Pa. Membership, 28. Contributed to American 
Christian Convention, $8.50; Foreign Missions, $8.66; Home Missions, $10.00; 
Education, $4.00; Relief, $10.00; all other purposes, $6.21. 

Sunday-school — Mrs. Helen B. Walton, superintendent, Carversville, Pa.; Miss 
Clara M. Smith, secretary, Lumberville, Pa., R. R. 1. Enrollment, 33; average 
attendance, 27. Contributed to all other purposes, $53.15. 

CHAPMANTOWN — Rev. Geo. A. Roemer, pastor; Rev. J. C. Barrett was pastor 
last year; Geo. H. Swingle, clerk, Ariel, Pa., R. R. 1. Membership, 41. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $463.23. 

Sunday-scltool — ^JSIiles Keeseler, superintendent, Ariel, Pa., R. R. 1; Miss Lila 
Keeseler, secretary, Ariel, Pa., R. R. 1. Enrollment, 55; average attendance, 
35. Contributed to all other purposes, $40.00. 

Christian Endeavor — Miss Lila Keeseler, corresponding secretary, Avoy, Pa. 
Members — active, 40. 

PINES VILLE — Rev. C. A. McDaniel, pastor; No pastor last year; Mrs. W. A. Van- 
derbilt. clerk, Finesville, N. J. Church building valued at $8,000.00. Parsonage 
valued at $3,000.00. Contributed to American Christian Convention, $10.35; 
Foreign Missions, $15.25; Home Missions, $14.88; Education, $9.56; all other 
purposes, $10.00. 

Sunday-school — (No report.) , 

Chri.stian Endeavor — J. Henry Seigle, president, Finesville, N. J.; Clyde N. 
Seigle, corresponding secretary, Finesville, N. J. Members — active, 31; as- 
sociate, 16; honorary, 2; total, 49. 

GULPH MILLS — Rev. Albert Loucks, pastor; Rev. Albert Loucks was pastor last 
year; Miss Bertha Stinson, clerk. Conshohocken, Pa., R. R. 1. Membership, 
157. Church building valued at $10,000.00. Contributed to Foreign Missions, 
$9.50; all other purposes, $66.07. 

Sunday-school — John H. Smith, superintendent, 1046 Ford St., Conshohocken, 
Pa.; Mary Guthiie, secretary, 1100 Ford St., West Conshohocken, Pa. En- 
rollment, 194; average attendance, 85. Contributed to all other purposes, 
$405.13. 

HILTON — Rev. Edward A. Barth, pastor; Rev. Edward A. Barth was pastor last 
year: William Gillen, clerk, 34 Frederick Terrace, Irvington, N. J. Member- 
ship, 177. Church building valued at $20,000.00. Parsonage valued at 
$10,000.00. Contributed to American Christian Convention, $10.00; Foreign 
Missions, $50.00; Home Missions, $25.00; Education, $5.00; Relief, $67.00; all 
other purposes, $99.00. 



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Sunday-!sch<M>l — Wm. W. Friberger, superintendent, Stuyvesant Ave., Union- 
ville, N. J.; Miss Lulu Zellers, secretary, 38 Burnett Ave., Hilton, N. J. En- 
rollment, 217; averag-e attendance, 130. Contributed to all other purposes, 
$816.06. 

Christian E^ndeavor — Miss Eva Volkmuth, president, 1563 Springfield Ave., 
Hilton, N. J.; Miss Gertrude Pohl, corresponding secretary, 31 Olympic 
Terrace, Irvington, N. J. Members — active, 34; associate, 10; honorary, 1; 
total, 45. 

HOPE — Rev. C. O. Brown, pastor; Rev. C. O. Brown was pastor last year; Mrs. 
R. M. Van Horn, clerk, Hope, N. J. Membership, 36. Church building valued 
at $500.00. Parsonage valued at $1,500.00. Contributed to American Christia.n 
Convention, $1.50; Foreign Missions, $1.00; Home Missions, $1.00; Education, 
$1.50; all other purposes, $19.50. 

HOPEWELL. — 

Sunday-9«chool^ — (Just organized) — Miss Cora Snook, superintendent, Hope- 
well, N. J. Enrollment, 14. 

IRVINGTON — Rev. W. H. Hainer, pastor; Rev. W. H. Hainer was pastor last year; 
J. E. McConnell, clerk, 26 Linden Ave., Irvington, N. J. Membership, 650. 
Church building valued at $55,000.00. Parsonage valued at $11,000.00. Con- 
tributed to Foreign Missions, $1,000.00; Home Missions, $325.00; Education, 
$185.00; all other purposes, $175.00. 

Sunday-sch«ol — John Stryker, superintendent, 75 Florence Ave., Irvington, 
N. J.; Geo. J. Harbridge, secretary, 101 Cummings St., Irvington, N. J. En- 
rollment, 962; average attendance, 311. Contributed to all other purposes 
by Sunday-school and Missions, $3,215.64. 

IRVINGTON MISSION — 

Sunday-;schooI — Wm. J. Schilling, superintendent, 144 Maple Ave., Irvington, 
N. J.; Austin Perkins, secretary, 19 Chapman Place, Irvington, N. J. Enroll- 
ment, 109; a^verage attendance, 60. 

JOHNSONBURG — No pastor; Rev. C. O. Brown was pastor last year; Geo. W. 
Hart, clerk, Johnsonburg, N. J. Church building valued at $4,000.00. Parson- 
age valued at $2,000.00. Contributed to American Christian Convention, $5.00; 
Foreign Missions, $5.84; Home Missions, $15.25; Education, $5.00; Federal 
Council, $1.23; all other purposes, $16.00. 

Sunday-school — Walter Ackerson, superintendent, Blairstown, N. J.; Rose B. 
Cook, secretary, Johnsonburg, N. J. Average attendance, 15. Contributed 
to all other purposes, $^22.00. 

LEWISBURG — Rev. F. S. Hendershot, pastor; Rev. F'. S. Hendershot was pastor 
last year; Mary A. McLaughlin, clerk, 200 St. Anthony St., Lewisburg, Pa. 
Membership, 49. Church building valued at $6,000.00. Contributed to Foreign 
Missions, $20.00; all other purposes, $5.00. 

Sunday-school — Prof. H. S. Bourne, superintendent; Mae Amerson, secretary, 
115 N. 4th St., Lewisburg, Pa. Enrollment, 113; average attendance, 53. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $96.40. 

Christian Endeavor — Miss Fanny L. McLaughlin, president, 200 St. Anthony 
St., Lewisburg, Pa.; Miss Mary A. McLaughlin, corresponding secretary, 200 
St. Anthony St., Lewisburg, Pa. Members — active, 16; associate, 4; honorary, 
4; total, 24. 

LOCKTOWN — Rev. Amos Allen, pastor; Rev. F. B. Gaige was pastor last year; 
Wm. H. Wagner, clerk, Flemington, N. J., R. R. 2. Membership, 114. Church 
building valued at $5,500.00. Contributed to American Christian Convention, 
$10.00; Foreign Missions, $10.00; Home Missions, $15.00; Education, $10.00; 
Relief, $40.00. 

Sunday-school — Wm. Wagner, superintendent, Flemington, N. J., R. R. 2; 
Virginia Hauck, secretary, Flemington, N. J., R. R. 2. Enrollment, 100; aver- 
age attendance, 35. Contributed to all other purposes, $154.64. 
Christian Endeavor — Elizabeth Heath, president, Flem,ington, N. J., R. R. 2; 
Elizabeth Wagner, corresponding secretary, Flemington, N. J., R. R. 2. Mem- 
bers — active, 25. 

MADISONVIIiLiE — Rev. Geo. A. Roemer, pastor; No pastor last year; Fred Ives, 
clerk, Moscow. Pa. Membership, 138. Contributed to American Christian 
Convention, $4.00; Foreign Missions, $19.84; Relief, $21.62. 

Sunday-school — Fred Ives, superintendent, Moscow, Pa.; Ira M. Edwards, 
secretary, Moscow, Pa. Enrollment, 160; average attendance, 54. Contributed 
to all other purposes, $101.03. 

Christian Endeavor — :\Irs. Bessie Walters, pre.'-ident. Moscow, Pa., R. R. 1; 
Mrs. Chas. Hertneck, corresponding secretary, Moscow, Pa. Members — active, 
25; associate, 15; total, 40. 



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MILFORD — Rev. John E. Epright, pastor; No pastor last year; W. R. Sailer, clerk, 
Milford, N. J. Membership, 267. Church building- valued at $15,000.00. Par- 
sonage valued at $3,000.00. Contributed to American Christian Convention, 
$9.00; Foreign Missions, $31.50; Home Missions, $41.50; Education, $18.00; all 
other purposes. $152.12. 

Sundiiy-school — W. R. Sailer, superintendent, Milford, N. J.; H. G. Stull, secre- 
tary. Milford, N. J. Enrollment, 161; average attendance, 98. Contributed 
to all other purposes, $379.84. 

Chri.stian Endeavor — Aaion Harvey, president. Milford, N. J.; Miss Elenora 
Godley, corresponding- secretary, Milford, N. J. Members — active, 24; honorary, 
3; total, 27. 

MONROE — No pastor; No pastor last year; C. W. Smith, clerk, Monroe, N. J. Mem- 
bership, 24. Church building valued at $2,000.00. 

Sunday-school — Mrs. R. J. Kimble, superintendent, Monroe, N. J.; Hazel Smith, 
secretary, Monroe, N. J. Enrollment, 38; average attendance, 25. 

SPRINOFIELn noCKS — Rev. Arthur T. Langley, pastor; Rev. Arthur T. Langley 
was pastor last year; Herbert Meyers, clerk, Springfield Docks, Jamaica, L. I., 
N. Y. Membership, 19. Church building valued at $3,900.00. Contributed to 
Foreign Missions, $15.00; Home Missions, $3.50; all other purposes, $10.00. 
Sunday-.sehool — Herbert J. Meyers, secretarj', Springfield Docks, Jamaica, N. Y. 
Enrollment, 45; average attendance, 30. Contributed to all other purposes, 
$311.81. 

SWEET VALLEY — Rev. J. V. Davis, pastor; Rev. Geo. A. Roemer was pastor 
last year; Mrs. A. M. Smith, clerk. Hemlock Creek, Pa., R. R. 1. Membership, 
21. Church building valued at $3,500.00. Parsonage valued at $1,500.00. Con- 
tributed to Foreign Missions, $20.85; Home Missions, $10.79; Relief, $46.48; 
all other purposes, $34.74. 

Sunday-school — Arthur Cragle, superintendent. Sweet Valley, Pa.; Wm. Hann, 
secretary. Hemlock Creek, Pa., R. R. 1. Enrollment, 106; average attendance, 
45. Contributed to all other purposes, $100.48. 

TULLYTOWN — No pastor; Rev. Harry C. Lawler was pastor last year; Mrs. D. 
Putman, clerk, Tullytown, Pa. Membership, 17. 

Sunday-school — Mrs. Mary Wright, superintendent, Tullytown, Pa. Enroll- 
ment, 15. 

VIENNA — No pastor; Rev. G. A. Conibear was pastor last year; A. C. Howell, 
clerk. Vienna, N. J. Membership, 23. Church building valued at $4,000.00. 
Parsonage valued at $3,500.00. Contributed to American Christian Convention, 
$5.85; Home Missions, $17.00; Education, $4.79; Relief, $142.09; all other pur- 
poses, $35.95. 

Sunday-school — Mrs. A. C. Ho-well, superintendent; Samson A. Howell, secre- 
tary, Vienna, N. J. Enrollment, 45; average attendance, 23. Contributed 
to all other purposes, $61.04. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 19; Licentiates, 5; Churches, 21; Membership, 
2,109. Contributions: American Christian Convention, $87.65; Education, 
$254.98; Foreign Missions, $1,358.54; Home Missions, $715.88; Federal Council, 
$1.23; Relief, $452.19; all other purposes, $1,548.97. Sunday-schools, 21; En- 
rollment, 2,665. Christian Endeavor Societies, 8; Membership, 286. Total 
contributions reported, $4,419.44. Conference offering to American Christian 
Convention, $10.00. 



RAYS HILL AND SOUTHERN PENNSYLVANIA 

(Reported by Secretary Mellott) 

Session of 1921 — Mt. Zion Church. 
Session of 1922 — Earlston Church. 

Officers — A. F. Foor, "Everett, Pa. — President. 

Scott Bottenfield, Hancock, Md. — Vice-President. 
I. D. Mellott, Warfordsburg, Pa. — Secretary. 
U, J. Bennett, Breezewood, Pa. — Assistant Secretary. 
U. J. Bennett, Breezewood, Pa., R. R. 6 — Treasurer. 

Department Seeretarie.H — Mrs. Blanche Smith Hollenshead, Needmore, Pa. — Mis- 
sions. 
Ira D. Mellott, Warfordsburg, Pa. — Sunday-school and Christian Endeavor. 
Scott Bottenfield, Hancock, Md. — Education. 

Executive Board — D. W. Jay, J. G. Collins. A. R. Garland 

Trustees — A. B. Eshleman, A. F. Foor, A. R. Elbin, A. F. Mearkle. 



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Ministers — Licentiate — 

Beard, Chas., Martinsburg. W. Va. May. H. W.. Elon College, N. C. 

Duval, L. A., Akersville, Pa. x m.s • ^ 

Garland, A. R., Belle Grove, Md. I^«>' Ministers— 

Gai-land. T. P., Needmore. Pa. HoUenshead, D., Needmore, Pa. 

Garland, W. C, Buffalo Mills, Pa. Mellott, E. R. 

May, A. W., Breezewood, Pa. Sharp, Amos, Sharpe, Pa. 

Cliurcli, Pastor, Clerk, Offering's, Organizations 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

AXTIOCH — Rev. A. R. Garland, pastor; Rev. A. R. Garland was pastor last year; 
W. C. Peck, clerk, Sharpe, Pa. Membership, 96. Received last year, 12. 
Church building valued at $1,500.00. Semi-monthly preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $103.94; all other purposes, $52.92. 
Sunday-scliool — (No report.) 
C'liristian Endeavor — (No report.) 

belle: grove — Rev. L. A. DuVall, pastor; Rev. T. P. Garland was pastor last 
year; Banner Smith, clerk, Piney Grove, Md. Membership, 16. Church build- 
ing valued at $1,000.00. Semi-monthly preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $57.41; all other purposes, $68.79. 
Sunday-.scIiooi — (No report.) 

BETHEL — Rev. W. C. Garland, pastor; Rev. L. A. DuVall was pastor last year"; 
Ira Robinson, clerk, Pursell, Pa. Membership, 28. Received last year, 2. 
Church building valued at $500.00. Semi-monthly preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $93.32; all other purposes, $152.00. 
Sunday-scliool — (No repoit. ) 

BLACK VALLEY — No pastor; No pastor last year; D. Chester Robinson, clerk, 
Everett, Pa. Membership, 68. Received last year, 12. Church building valued 
at $1,000.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $10.00: all other purposes, $2.00. 
Sunday-scliooi — (No report.) 

BUCK VALLEY — Rev. T. P. Garland, pastor; Rev. T. P. Garland was pastor last 
year; Elsie G. Hoopengardner, clerk. Hancock, Md., R. R. 3. Membership. 
130. Received last year, 26. Church building valued at $800.00. Semi-month- 
ly preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $175.00; American Christian 
Convention, $2.50; Foreign Missions, $27.50; Home Missions, $24.00; Education, 
$4.00; all other purposes, $39.00. 

Snnday-schooi — Wm. Hendershot, superintendent, Hancock, Md. ; Estella 
Hendershot, secretary, Hancock, Md. Enrollment, 86; average attendance, 56. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $51.00. 

CEDAR GROVE — Rev. T. P. Garland, pastor; Rev. T. P. Garland was pastor last 
year; Howard Reck, clerk. Warfordsburg, Pa. Membership, 46. Church 
building valued at $1,500.00. Semi-monthly preaching. Contributed to pastor- 
al service, $100.00; all other purposes, $14.76. 

CLEAR CREEK — No pastor; Rev. J. H. P.assett was pastor last year; Jacob 
Stayer, clerk, Everett, Pa. Membership, 26. Church building valued at 
$1,000.00. Semi-monthly preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $41.89; 
all other purposes, $2.00. 

Sunday-scIiooI — Oliver Barton, superintendent, Everett, Pa.; Walter Morti- 
more, secretary, Everett, Pa. Enrollment, 100. 

CLEARVILLE — Rev. L. A. DuVall has oversight; Rev. J. H. Bassett was pastor 
last year; Geo. Grubb. clerk, Clearville, Pa. Membership, 25. Monthly 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $42.00; all other purposes, $5.81. 
Sanday-scliool — (No report.) 

DAMASCUS — Rev. A. R. Garland, pastor; Rev. A. R. Garland was pastor last year; 
"W. R. Daniels, clerk, Hancock, Md. Membership, 76. Received last year, 4. 
Church building valued at $1,500.00. Semi-monthly preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $200.00; Home Missions. $5.76; Education, $9.33; all other 
purposes, $173.09. 
Sunday-seiiool — (No report.) 

EARLST02V — Rev. J. H. Bassett. pastor: Rev. J. H. Bassett was pastor last year; 
D. S. Garlick, clerk. Everett, Pa. Membership, 95. Received last year, 20. 
Chui-ch building valued at $3,600.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $712.48; American Christian Convention, $13.05; Foreign 
Missions, $17.21; Home Missions, $24.12; Relief. $23.20; all other purposes, 
$800.00. 
Sunday-school — A. F. Foor, superintendent, Everett, Pa.; Alice Kessell, secre- 



134 THECHRISTIANANNUAL 



tary, Everett, Pa. Enrollment, 195; average attendance, 74. Contributed to 
Sunday-school Department, $5.85; all other purposes, $158.00. 
ChriNtiaii Entleavor — Adella Kessell, corresponding secretary, Everett, Pa, 
Members — active, 60. 

FAIRVIEVV — Rev. L. A. DuVall, pastor; Rev. L. A. DuVall was pastor last year; 
Edwaid Clingerman, clerk, Inglesmith, Pa. Membership, liOO. Churcli building 
valued at $1,500.00. Semi-monthly preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$200.00; Foreign Missions, $5.66; Home Missions, $8.50; all other purposes, 
$85.14. 

Sunday-school — Geo. Parrish, superintendent, Artemas, Pa^; Cornelia Deffen- 
baugh, secretary, Inglesmith, Pa. Enrollinent, 80; average attendance, 68. 
Contiibuted to all other purposes, $53.83. 

GAPSVILLE: — Rev. A. W. May, pastor; Rev. A. W. May was pastor last year; 
Frank Mellott, clerk, Breezewood, Pa., R. R. 2. Membership, 50. Church 
building valued at $1,000.00. Semi-monthly preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral sei-vicei $100.00; American Christian Convention, $2.42; Foreign Mis- 
sions, $3.10: Home Missions, $4.21; Education, $3.40; all other purposes, $135.00. 
Sun(iny-.sehool — John Mellott, superintendent, Breezewood, Pa., R. R. 2; 
Emily Rohm, secretary, Breezewood, Pa., R. R. Enrollment, 40; average at- 
tendance, 35. Contributed to all other purposes, $30.00. 

JERUSALEM — Rev. T. P. Garland, pastor; Rev. T. P. Garland was pastor last 
year; James Garland, clerk. Amaranth, Pa. Membership, 114. Church build- 
ing valued at $1,000.00. Semi-monthly preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $127.00; Foreign Missions, $3.75; Home Missions, $4.65; all other pur- 
poses, $30.00. 

Sunclay-Nchool — Aaron Eayton, superintendent. Amaranth, Pa.; Martha Divel- 
biss, secretary, Amaranth, Pa. Enrollment, 118; average attendance, 60. 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $1.10; all other purposes, $30.09. 
Christian Endeavor — Martha Divelbiss, president. Amaranth, Pa.; Reta Lay- 
ton, corresponding secretary. Amaranth, Pa. Members — active, 98; associate, 
3; total, 101. Contributed to Christian EndeavoT Department, $3.00; Frank- 
linton Orphajnage, $4.00. 

LAUREL, RIDGE — Rev A. R. Garland, pastor; Rev. A. R. Garland was pastor last 
year; Mrs. Robt. Vi. Mellott, clerk, Webster Mills, Pa. Membership, 31. 
Church building valued at $800.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $100.00; 
all other purposes, $2.00. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 

LEB.4.NON — Rev. L. A. DuVall, pastor; Rev. L. A. DuVaJl was pastor last year; 
Ember D. Lashley, clerk, Artemas, Pa. Membership, 56. Church building 
valued at $900.00. Semi-monthly preaching. Contributed to pastoral ser- 
vice, $100.00; American Christian Convention, $3.12; Home Missions, $4.23; 
Education, $2.00; all other purposes, $9.35. 

Sunday-school — A. R. Elbin, superintendent, Artemas, Pa.; Vada Tewell, 
secretary, Artemas, Pa. Enrollment, 8G; average attendance, 45.. Contributed 
to all other purposes, $19.05. 

MAYS CHAPEL — Rev. A. R. Garland, pastor; Rev. T. P. Garland was pastor last 
year; Mrs. Jas. Barnhart, clerk, Warfordsburg, Pa. Membership, 68. Church 
building valued at $800.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $100.00; Foreign 
Missions, $1.00; a.ll other purposes, $13.00. 

Sunday-school — Cecil Lynch, superintendent, Warfordsburg, Pa.; Ella Booth, 
secretary, Warfordsburg, Pa. Enrollment, 50; average attendance, 4. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $4.50. 

MILLIGAXS COVE — Rev. W. C. Garland, pastor; Rev. W. C. Garland was pastor 
last year; Alden Carpenter, clerk, Buffalo Mills, Pa. Membership, 55. Re- 
ceived last yeair, 13. Church building valued at $1,000.00. Semi-montfily 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $120.00; American Christian 
Convention. $34.50; Foreign Missions, $9.00; all other purposes, $172.10. 
Sunday -school — (No report.) 

>IT. HOPE — Rev. W. C. Garland, pastor; Rev. W. C. Garland was pastor last 
year; Samuel Johnson, clerk, Elbinsville, Pa. Membership. 68. Received last 
yea.r, 7. Church building valued at $800.00. :Monthly preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $84.00; all other purposes, $88.00. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 

MT. UNION — Rev. A. W. May, pastor; Rev. A. W. May w^as pastor last year; 
Geo. Bussard, clerk, Everett, Pa., R. R. 4. Membership, 75. Received last 
year, 5. Church building valued at $1,000.00. Semi-monthly preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $110.00; American Christian Convention, 



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$3.60; Foreign Missions, $5.25; Home Missions, $33.00; Education, $5.00; all 
other purposes, $243.00. 

Sunday-school — Harry M. Price, superintendent, Everett, Pa., R. R. 3; Walter 
G. Bussard, secretary. Everett, Pa., R. R. 4. Enrollment, 115; average attend- 
ance, 43. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $5.00; all other purposes, 
$51.54. 

IHT. ZIOlV^Rev. L. A. DuYall, pastor; Rev. L. A. DuVall was pastor last year; 
J. G. Collins, clerk, Flintstone, Md., R. R. 2. Membership, 63. Received last 
year, 7. Church building valued at $800.00. Semi-monthly preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $240.0; American Christian Convention, $2.60; 
Foreign Missions, $4.00; all other purpo.ses, $32.60. 

Sunday—school — Mrs. Am'anda Trail, superintendent, Flintstone, Md., R. R. 1; 
Miss Saxton Ash, secretary, Flintstone, Md., R. R. 1. Enrollment, 50; average 
attendance, 35. Contributed to all other purposes, $61.85. 

PINE- GROA'E^ — Rev. W. C. Garland, pastor; Rev. L. A. DuVall vv^as pastor last 
year; Silas Robinson, clerk, Clearville, Pa. Membership, 40. Church building 
valued at $800.00. Semi-monthly preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$133.69; Foreign Missions, $11.00; all other purposes, $14.00. 
Sunday-school — Silas Robinson, superintendent, Clearville, Pa.; Gladys Jay, 
secretary, Clearville, Pa. Enrollment, 55; average attendance, 35. "Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $34.71. 

PLEASANT GROVE — Rev. A. R. Garland, pastor; Rev. A. R. Garland was pastor 
last year; Mrs. Blanche Hollenshead, clerk, Needmore, Pa. Membership, 140. 
Received last year, 11. Church building valued at $1,000.00. Semi-monthly 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $120.00; Foreign Missions, $22.17; 
Home Missions, $12.18; all other purposes, $133.18. 

Sunday-school — David Hollenshead, superintendent, Needmore, Pa.; Carrie 
Spade, secretary, Needmore, Pa. Enrollment, 100. Contributed to aill other 
purposes, $27.17. 

PROSPERITY — Rev. L. A. DuVall held evangelistic services; Rev. W. C. Garland 
was pastor last year; Irven C. Henry, clerk, Flintstone, Md., R. R. 1. Mem- 
bership, 63. Received last year, 38. Church building valued at $1,500.00. 
Monthly preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $94.00; Home Missions, 
$3.80; all other purposes, $243.77. 

Sunday-school — Mrs. H. L. Browning, superintendent, Flintstone. Md., R. R. 1; 
Gladys Bennett, secretary, Flintstone, Md., R. R. 1. Enrollment, 81; average 
attendance. 58. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $4.40; all other 
purposes, $30.06. 

RAYS COVE — Rev. A. "VV. May, pastor; Rev. A. W. May was pastor last year: 
Rachel Colledge, clerk, Everett, Pa., R. R. 5. Membership, 104. Received last 
year, 14. Church building valued at $1,500.00. Contributed to pastoral ser- 
vice, $81.08; Foreign Missions, $3.07; Home Missions, $6.36; all other pur- 
poses, $6.56. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 

ROCK HIIiL — Rev. A. W. May is to have oversight; Rev. A. W. May was pastor 
last year; Mrs. H. E. Akers, clerk, Clearville, Pa. Membership, 104. Re- 
ceived last year, 5. Church building valued at $1,000.00 Semi-monthly 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $73.83: Foreign Missions, $9.20; 
Home Missions, $7.08; Education, $1.50; all other purposes, $21.95. 
Sunday-school — Simon P. Kairns, superintendent, Everett, Pa., R. R. 3; Mrs. 
Leona Ferg-uson, secretary, Everett, Pa., R. R. 3. Enrollment, 106; average 
attendance, 75. 

SIDELING HILL, — Rev. T. P. Garland, pastor; Rev. A. R. Garland was pastor last 
year; R. S. Mellott, clerk, Needmore, Pa., R. R. 1. Membership, 253. Re- 
ceived last year, 11. Church building valued at $1,000.00. Semi-monthly 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $144.00; Foreign Missions, $5.68: 
Relief, $10.00; all other purposes. $379.28. 

Sunday-schO'ol — R. S. Mellott, superintendent, Needmore, Pa., R. R. 1; Sher- 
man Bard, secretary, Needmore, Pa. EnroUnnent, 90: average attendance, 60. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $71.00. 

TONOLOWAY — David Hollenshead, pastor; Re\-. A. R. Garland v.-as pastor last 
year; Vernon O. Rorouch, clerk, Needmore. Pa. ISIeinbership. 17. Contributed 
to pastoral sei"vice, $25.50. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 

UNION MEMORIAL — Rev. A. W. May, pastor; Rev. A. W. May was pastor last 
year; U. J. Bennett, clerk, Everett, Pa., R. R. 3. Membership. 96. Received 
last year, 12. Church building valued at $1,000.00. Semi-monthly preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $104.45; Foreign Missions, $5.12; Home jMis- 
sions. $6.64; Education, $2.45; aJl other purposes, $89.92. 



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Sunday-school — Chas. Foor, superintendent, Everett, Pa., R. R. 3; Louise Hess, 
secretary, Evereft, Pa., R. R. 3. Enrollment, 70; averag'e attendance, 40. 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $7.00; all other purposes, $42.65. 
Chri.xtinn Gndenvor — U. J. Bennett, president, Everett, Pa. Members, 59. 

WHIPS COA'E — Rev. T. P. Garland, pastor; Rev. T. P. Garland was pastor last 
year; ^^^ V. Hart, clerk, Amaranth, Pa. Membership, 47. Church building 
valued at $1,500.00. Semi-monthly preaching-. Contributed to pastoral ser- 
vice, $100.00; Foreig-n Missions, $4.G7; Home Missions. $2.00; Education, $2.50; 
all other purposes, $18.56. 

Sunday-school — Wallace IMellott, superintendent. Amaranth, Pa.; Mrs. Edna 
Diehl, secretary. Amaranth, Pa. Enrollment, 41; average attendajnce, 30. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $14.00. . 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 6; Licentiates, 1; Lay Ministers, 3; Churches, 
29; Membership, 2,250. ContrilDutions: Pastoral service, $3,698.59; American 
Christian Convention, $61.79; Education, $30.18; Foreign Missions, $137.38; 
Home Missions, $146.53; Relief, $33.20; all other purposes, $3,027.78. Sunday- 
schools, 28; Enrollment, 1,563. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, 
$23.35. Christian Endeavor Societies, 4; Membership, 220; Contributed to 
Christian Endeavor Department, $3.00. Total contributions reported, $7,161.80. 



SOUTHWESTERN WEST VIRGINIA 

(Reported by Secretary Montague) 

Session of 1921 — Dungriff, W. Va. 

Officers — Rev. Charles Sidenstricker, Gamoca, W. Va. — President. 
Rev. A. S. Ryan, Alcott, W. Va. — Vice-President. 
A. A. Montague, Shrewsbury, W. Va. — Secretary-Treasurer. 
Rev-. B. F. Walls, Racine, W. Va. — Assistant Secretary. 

Ministers — Sharp, Tonia, Alcott, W. Va. 

Cosebolt. J. C, Hugheston, W. Va. Walls, Wilson, Racine, W. Va. 



Davis, J. v., Racine, W, Va. 
Grayley, S. C, Olcott, W. Va. 



Deacons — 



Hess, T. H., Hu!?heston, W. Va. Beam, W. G., Charleston, W. Va. 

Hitt. W. H., Gamoca, W. Va. Davis, J. B., Whitalter, W. Va. 

Rvan, A. S., Alcott, W. Va. Long, Torrance, Huffheston, W. Va. 

Sharp, Nathan, Olcott, W. Va. Mitchell, S. Q., Whitaker, W. Va. 

Sidenstricker, Charles, Gamoca, W. Va. MontagTje, A. C, Shrewsbury, W. Va. 

Thompson, Ed, ThuiTnan, W. Va. Parsons, W. E., Charleston, W. Va. 
Walls, B. F., Racine, W. Va. 

Churches^ 

Elder-s — Duncriff. 

Asberi-y, S. S., Gamoca, W. Va. Gamoca. 

Fink, John, Whitaker, W. Va. Racine. 

Remington, Ben J., Whitaker, W. Va. Shrewsbury. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 10; Churches, 4. Conference offering to Ameri- 
can Christian Convention, $7.40. 



Ohio Group 



MIAMI OHIO 

(Reported by Secretary Zartmann) 

Session of 1921 — Springfield, Ohio (High Street) 
Session of 1922 — Versailles, Ohio (tentative) 

Officers — Rev. W. J. Yoiang, West Milton, Ohio — President. 
Rev. Hugh A. Smith, Versailles, OhiO' — Vice-President. 
Rev. Pressley E. Zartmann, Dayton, Ohio — Secretary. 
Rev. B. F. Vaughan, Centerville, Ohio — Secretary Emeritus. 
John H. Thayer, Dayton, Ohio — Registrar. 

Department Secretaries — J. Lewis Reck, Covington, Ohio — Financial. 
Rev. A. W. Hirby, Dayton, Ohio — Missions. 

Rev. D. G. Pleasant, Campbellstown, Ohio— Sunday-schools. 
Rev. O. P. Furnas, West Milton, Ohio — Relief. 
Rev. A. W. Hook, Phoneton, Ohio — Publications. 
Rev. John E. Kauffman, Piqua, Ohio — Education. 
Theodore Lindley, Troy, Ohio — Christian Endeavor. 



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137 



Ministers — 

Albright, J. A., Eaton, Ohio, R. R. 3. 
Baker, Hiley, Eaton, Ohio. 
Bennett, S. W., New Madison, Ohio. 
Bishop, J. G., Dayton, Ohio. 
Bishop, Emily K., Dayton, Ohio. 
Boehring-er, W. Rollo, Enon, Ohio. 
Brown, Eliza L., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Brown, L. D., Pleasant Mills, Indiana. 
Clark, Ira C, Greenville, Ohio. 
Clayton, B. F., Yellow Springs, Ohio. 
Coddington, C. H., Christiansburg, Ohio. 
Dawson, Wm. M., Yellow Springs, Ohio. 
Enders, George C., Defiance, Ohio. 
Freeman, W. A., Ccwington, Ohio. 
Francis, J. C, West Liberty, Ohio. 
Furnas, O. P., West Milton, Ohio. 
Garman, Chas. C, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Garman, Clark P., Chicago, 111. 
Hatfield, C. C, Berlin, Gei-many. 
Helfenstein, S. Q., Dayton, Ohio. 
Hirby, A. W., Dayton, Ohio. 
Hoagland, B. F., Raymond, Ohio. 
Hook, A. W., Pboneton, Ohio. 
Houseman, A. B., Laura, Ohio. 
Howsare, McD., Dayton, Ohio. 



Huey, Harry S., West Manchester, Ohio. 
Kauffman, John E., Piqua, Ohio. 
Kegg, ,T. S., Pleasant Hill, Ohio. 
Kemp, A. E., Troy, Ohio, 
Kerr, Alva Martin, Dayton, Ohio. 
Masterson, C. S., Greenfield, Ind, 
Maxwell, J. W., Moores Hill, Indiana. 
Pleasant, D. G., Campbellstown, Ohio. 
Pulley, Corda, Arcanum, Ohio, R. R. 2. 
Ryan, L. W., Buckland, Ohio. 
Smith, Hugh A., Versailles, Ohio. 
Spriggs, Frankie, Enon, Ohio. 
Thomas, Onier S., Dayton, Ohio. 
Thompson, Flora T., Upper Lake, California. 

Iiicentiates — 

Bullock, Mrs. Fred E., Dayton, Ohio. 
McNeal, Ross, Troy, Ohio. 
Vaughan, B. F., Centerville, Ohio. 
Walk, E. G., Leaf River, Illinois. 
Wearly, Robert E., Trotwood, Ohio. 
Weaver, George A., Petosky, Mich. 
Woods, S. M., Vandalia, Ohio. 
Youmans, A. C, Greenville, Ohio. 
Young, W. J., West Milton, Ohio. 
Zartmann, Pressley E., Dayton, Ohio. 



Church, Pa.stor, Clerk, Offerings, Organizations 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

ANSONIA — No pastor; Rev. D. G. Pleasant was pastor last year; William Schmidt, 
clerk, Ansonia, Ohio. Membership, 300. Received last year, 38. Church 
building- valued at $10,000.00. Parsonage valued at $4,000.00. One-half time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $832.00; American Christian Con- 
vention, $42. .50; Foreign Missions, $413.00; Home Missions, $226.00; Education, 
$30.00; Relief, $16.00; all other purposes, $1,894.13. 

Sunday-school — William Richards, superintendent, Ansonia, Ohio; Wilda Hes- 
soh, secretary, Ansonia, Ohio. Enrollment, 218; average attendance, 113. Con- 
tributed to Sunday-school Department, $20.00; all other purposes, $459.35. 
Cliristian Endeavor — Kathryn Beam, president, Ansonia, Ohio; Wilda Hesson, 
corresppnding secretary, Ansonia, Ohio. Members — active, 14; associate, 12; 
honorary, 10; total, 36. Junior Christian Endeavor — 15 members. 



BETHANY — (No report.) 

Sunday-school — (No report.) 

CAMPBELLSTOWN — Rev. D. G. Pleasant, pastor; Rev. P. "V. Harris was pastor 
last year; J. L. Sheffer, clerk, Campbellstown, Ohio. Membership, 130. Re- 
ceived last year, 12. Church building valued at $4,000.00. Parsonage valued 
ait $4,500.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,500.00; 
American Christian Convention, $15.00; Foreign Missions, $113.60; Home Mis- 
sions, $130.00; Education, $15.40; Relief, $8.00; all other purposes, $3,109.11. 
Sunday-school — Harry B. Aydelotte, superintendent, Eaton, Ohio, R. R. 7; 
C. W. Armacost, secretary, Campbellstown Ohio. Enrollment, 163; average 
attendance, 65. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $3.68; all other 
purposes, $308.84. 

Christian Endeavor — Merrill Windmiller, president, Campbellstown, Ohio; 
lorai Windmiller, corresponding secretary, Campbellstown, Ohio. Members — 
active, 28; honorary, 1; total, 29. 

CARYSVILLE — (No report.) 

CHARITY CHAPEL— Rev. J. W. Yantis, pastor; Rev. J. W. -Yantis was pastor 
last year; W. A. Gaver, clerk. Rosewood, Ohio, R. R. 1. Membership, 157. 
Church building valued at $3,000.00. Parsonage valued at $1,000.00. One-half 
time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $580.00; American Christian 
Convention, $5.00; Foreign Missions, $10.00; Home Missions, $10.00; Education, 
$5.00; Relief, $5.00; all other purposes, $759.42. 

Sunday-school — W. A. Gaver, superintendent. Rosewood, Ohio, R. R. 1; Elden 
F. Verdin, secretary, Sidney, Ohio, R. R. 3. Enrollment, 128; average attend- 
ance, 40. 

CHRISTIANSBURG — Rev. C. B. Lusk, pastor; Rev. C. A. Tracy was pastor last 
year; J. E. Miller, clerk, Christiansburg, Ohio. Membership, 85. Received 
last year, 8. Church building valued at $3,000.00. One-half time preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $250.00; Foreign Missions, $67.30; Home Mis- 
sions, $32.82; all other purposes, $238.10. 
Sunday-school — J. E. Miller, superintendent, Christiansburg, Ohio; Miss Pearl 



138 THECHRISTIANANNUAL 

Westerman. secretary, Christiansburg-, Ohio. Enrollment, 157; average at- 
tendance, 56. Contributed to Sunday-school Departinent, $4.27; all other 
purposes, $338.99. 

CIRCLE HILL. — Rev. H. L. Bailey, pastor; Rev. H. L. Bailey was pastor last year; 
Mrs. Emma Patty, clerk, Bradford, Ohio, R. R. 2. Membership, 70. Received 
last year, 4. Church building valued at $2,500.00. One-half time pleaching-. 
Contributed to pastoral service. $312.25; Foreig-n Missions, $5.00; all other 
purposes, $273.22. 

Sunday-school — C. C. Schultz, superintendent, Bradford, Ohio, R. R. 2; Miss 
L/ona Gorman, secretary, Bradford, Ohio. Enrollment, 81; average attend- 
ance. 43. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $5.40; all other pur- 
poses, $54.54. 

CONCORD — Rev. J. A. Albrig-ht, pastor; Rev. A. \V. Hirby was pastor last year; 
Miss Osa Duvall, clerk, Kitchell, Ind., R. R. 8. Membership, 138. Received 
last year, 11. Church building valued at $5,000.00. Parsonage valued at 
$6,500.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,500.00; 
American Christian Convention, $9.43; Foreign Missions, $103.61; Home Mis- 
sions, $91.79; Education, $5.00; Federal Council, $3.65; Relief, $10.00; all other 
purposes, $248.11. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 

Christian Endeavor — Harold Dunlap, president, Eaton, Ohio; Harold Fleisch, 
corresponding secretary, Eaton, Ohio. Members — active, 22; associate, 62; 
total, 84. 

COVE SPRINGS — Rev. C. B. Lusk, pastor; Rev. Clark A. Denison was pastor last 
year; Mrs. Ray Sollers, clerk, Casstown, Ohio. Membership, 172. Received 
last year, 19. Church building valued at $3,000.00. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $1,260.00; American Christian Convention, $8.76; Foreign Missions, 
$30.18; Home Missions, $30.18; Relief, $5.94; all other purposes. $163.18. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 

COVINGTON — Rev. W. A. Freeman, pastor; Rev. W. A. Fieeman was pastor last 
year, C. Ray Kessler, clerk, Covington, Ohio. Membership, 390. Received 
last year, 20. Church building valued at $30,000.00. Parsonage valued at 
$5,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $2,000.00; 
American Christian Convention, $10.00; Foreign Missions, $1,200.00; Home Mis- 
sions, $34.51; Relief, $25.00; all other purposes. $8,230.49. 

Sunday-school — Elmer Shaffer, superintendent, Covington, Ohio; S. B. Hol- 
singer, secretary, Covington, Ohio. Enrollment, 393; average attendance, 201. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $318.80. 

Christian Endeavor — Thelma Johnson, president, Covington, Ohio; Helen Hol- 
singer, corresponding secretary, Covington, Ohio. Members — active, 15; as- 
sociate, 10; total, 25. 
Intermediate Society, 25 members. Junior Society, 25 members. 

DAYTON, FIRST — Rev. W. H. Martin, pastor; Rev. McD. Howsare was pastor last 
year; Netum Rathbun, clerk, Dayton, Ohio. Membership. 371. Received last 
year, 25. Church building valued at $20,000.00. Parsonage valued at $3,000.00. 
Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,800.00; American 
Christian Convention, $40.87; Foreign Missions, $279.72; Home Missions, 
$273.71; Education, $34.10; Relief, $20.44; all other purposes, $2,433.86. 
Sunday-school — N. E. Westenberger, superintendent, Dayton, Ohio; Laura 
Colvin, secretary, Dayton, Ohio. Enrollment, 336; average attendance, 178. 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $33.60; all other purposes, $536.81. 
Christian Endeavor — (No report.) 

DAYTON, CROAVN POINT — Rev. Harry S. Huey, pastor; Rev. Harry S. Huey was 
pastor last year; C. F. Peterson, clerk, Dayton, Ohio, R. R. 4. Membership, 
80. Received last year, 17. Church building valued at $6,000.00. One-half 
time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $430.00; American Christian 
Convention, $8.00; Foreign Missions. $50.00; Home Missions, $50.00; Education, 
$9.00; Federal Council, $1.00; Relief. $8.00; all other purposes, $510.51. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 
Christian Endeavor — (No report.) 

DAYTON, WALNUT HILLS — Rev. A. W Hirby, pastor; Rev. Pressley E. Zartmann 
was pastor six months of last year; John H. Thayer, clerk, Dayton, Ohio, 
R. R. 5. Membership, 178. Received last year, 11. Church building valued 
at $6,000.00. Parsonage valued at $5,500.00. Full time preaching. Contribut- 
ed to pastoral service,- $945.23; American Christian Convention, $15.00; For- 
eign Missions, $151.75; Home Missions, $113.75; Education, $15.00; Relief, 
$15.70; all other purposes, $868.31. 

Sunday-school — Marlowe R. Kersey, superintendent, Dayton. Ohio, R. R. 8; 
^liss Hazel Whiteman, secretary. Dayton, Ohio.- Enrollment. 219; average 
attendance, 131. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $7.38; all other 
purposes, $262.42. 



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Christian Endeavor — Intermediate Society, 15 members. Junior Society, 21 
members. 

EATON — Rev. Hiley Baker, pastor; Rev. Hiley Baker was pastor last year; 
Russell V. Locke, clerk, Eaton, Ohio. Membership, ,471. Received last year, 
12. Church building- valued at $25,000.00. Parsonage valued at $3,500.00. Full 
time preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,800.00; American Chris- 
tian Convention, $48.20; Foreig-n Missions, $86.40; Home Missions, $109.84; 
Education, $117.41: Relief, $38.15; all other purposes, $2,494.70. 
Suii«lay-sehool — Dr. G. W. FloiT, superintendent, Eaton, Ohio; Ella Marie 
Jenning-s, secretary, Eaton, Ohio. Enrollment, 416; average attendance, 204. 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $15.00; all other purposes, $422.13. 
Chri.stian Endeavor — Lloyd Frank, president, Eaton, Ohio; Maude Morning- 
star, corresponding secretary, Eaton, Ohio. Members — active, 71. 

ENON^ — Rev. W. Rollo Boehringer, pastor; Rev. W. Rollo Boehringer -was pastor 
last year; Mary Shellabarger, clerk, Enon, Ohio. Membership, 107. Re- 
ceived last year, 12. Chuich building valued at $8,000.00. Parsonage valued 
at $1,500.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $718.82; 
American Christian Convention, $10.00; Foreign Missions. $60.11; Home Mis- 
sions, $55.12; Relief, $8.00; all other purposes, $704.05. 

Sunday-school — W. A. Martin, superintendent, Osborn, Ohio; Evangeline 
Barton, secretary, Enon, Ohio. Enrollment, 157; average attendance, 70. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $175.00. 

FELLOWSHIP — Rev. B. F. Vaughan, pastor; Rev. B. F. Vaughan was pastor last 
year; Mrs. J. C. Wilson, clerk. Kings Mills, Ohio. Membership, 50. One-half 
time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $60.00 (part time); Home 
Missions, $6.00; Relief, $4.00; all other purposes, $86.80. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 

FIDELITY — Rev. S. M. Woods, pastor; Rev. S. M. Woods was pastor last year; 
Rose K. Neal, clerk, Tippecanoe City, Ohio. Membership, 168. Received last 
year, 18. Church building valued at $5,000.00. Parsonage is rented for pastor. 
One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $400.00; American 
Christian Convention, $2.00; Foreign Missions, $41.40; Home Missions, $41.47: 
Education, $6.23; Relief, $5.36; all other purposes, $794.38. 

Sunday-school — John Carter, superintendent, Vandalia, Ohio; R. E. Furnas, 
.secretary, Vandalia, Ohio. Enrollment, 204; average attendance, 85. Con- 
tributed to Sunday-school Department, $7.00; all other purposes, $200.00. 
Christian Endeavor — Intermediate Society, 20 members. 

FRANKLIN — Rev. J. F. Burnett, pastor; Rev. J. F. Burnett was pastor last year; 
Miss Lena Shirley, clerk, Franklin, Ohio. Membership, 106. Received last 
year, 22. Church building valued at $10,000.00. Full time preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $500.00; American Christian Convention, $20.75; 
Foreign Missions, $15.00; Home Missions, $20.37; Education, $17.65; Relief, 
$6.00; all other purposes, $746.04. 

Sunday-school' — H. G. O'Neal, superintendent, Franklin, Ohio; Mary L. Sharts. 
secretary, Franklin, Ohio. Enrollment, 135; average attendance, 84. Con- 
tributed" to Sunday-school Department, $8.50; all other purposes, $408.12. 

GENNTOWN — (No report.) 

GREENVILLE — Rev. A. C. Youmans, pastor; Rev. A. C. Youmans was pastor last 
year; E. E. Beck, clerk, Greenville, Ohio. Membership, 449. Received last 
year, 40. Church building valued at $10,000.00. Parsonage valued at $3,000.00. 
Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,200.65; American 
Christian Convention, $20.00; Foreign Missions, $681.60; Home Missions, 
$607.95; Education, $20.00; Relief, $20.00; all other purposes, $956.42. 
Sunday-school — J. A. Cotrell, superintendent, Greenville, Ohio; Mrs. Veo 
Stocker, secretary, Greenville, Ohio. Enrollment, 712; average attendance, 
308. Contributed to Sunday-school Department. $15.00; all other purposes, 
$1,903.21. 

Christian Endeavor — Robert Karns, president, Greenville, Ohio; Mrs. Ralph 
Clark, corresponding secretary, Greenville, Ohio. Members — active, 32. 
Intermediate Society, 20 members; Junior Society, 25 members. 

GREENVILLE CREEK — Rev. H. L. Bailey, pastor; Rev. H. L. Bailey was pastor 
last year; Lowell Sarver, clerk, Covington, Ohio. Membership, 59. Received 
last year, 1. Church building valued at $1,000.00. One-half time preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $245.00; all other purposes, $635.00. 
Sunday-schoiol — S. K. Bitner, superintendent, Bradford, Ohio; Ella B. Hol- 
finger, secretary, Bradford, Ohio. Enrollment, 127; average attendance. 80. 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $5.00; all other purposes, $105.40. 

HONEY CREEK — Rev. Ross McNeal, pastor; Rev. Ross McNeal was pastor last 
year; W. O. Jenkins, clerk, New Carlisle, Ohio. Membership, 44. Received 



140 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

last year, 2. Church building valued at $2,000.00. One-half time preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $155.00; Foreign Missions, $8.03; Home Mis- 
sions, $3.72; Relief, $3.27; all other purposes, $36.15., 

Sunday-school — Amnion Hufford, superintendent. New Carlisle, Ohio; Mabel 
Jenkins, secretary, New Carlisle, Ohio. Enrollment, 60; average attendance, 
40. Contributed to aJl other purposes, $59.46. 

HOUSTON — Rev. A. B. Houseman, pastor; Rev. G. R. Mell was pastor last year; 
W. M. Giinther, clerk, Houston, Ohio. Membership, 98. Received last year, 
10. Church building valued at $2,000.00. One-half time preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $383.25; Foreign Missions, $10.00; Home Missions, 
$5. 00;. all other purposes, $161.60. 

Sunday-school — W. M. Giinther, superintendent, Houston, Ohio; Miss Hazel 
A^^ick, secretary, Houston, Ohio. Enrollment, 75; average attendance, 45. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $70.77. 

LAURA — Rev. A. B. Houseman, pastor: Rev. A. B. Houseman was pastor last year; 
Mrs. Drusilla Jones, clerk, Laura, Ohio. IMembership, 114. Received last 
year. 14. Church building valued at .$5,000.00. One-half time preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service. $500.00; American Christian Convention, $2.55; 
Foreign Missions, $22.03; Home Missions, $19.66; Education, $6.00; Relief, 
$24.95; all other purposes, $416.85. 

Sunday-school — A. J. Shaurer, superintendent, Laura, Ohio; Vernon Jones, 
secretary. Laura, Ohio. Enrollment, 175; average attendance, 110. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $196.77. 

Christian Endeavor — Vernon Jones, president, Laura, Ohio; Howard Jones, 
corresponding secretaiy, Laura, Ohio. Members — active, 37; associate, 22; 
total, 59. 

LOST CREEK — Rev. Ross McNeal, pastor; Rev. Ross McNeal was pastor last year; 
Mrs. Lucile Lane Wilgus, clerk, Christiansburg, Ohio. Membership, 117. 
Church building valued at $4,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed 
to Home Missions, $10.00; Relief, $5.66. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 

LOWER STILLWATER — Rev. S. M. Woods, pastor; Rev. S. M. Woods was pastor 
last year; Mrs. I'earl Hart, clerk, Dayton, Ohio, R. R. 13. Membership, 75. 
Received last year, 3. Church building valued at $5,000.00. One-half time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $400.00; Education, $7.73; Relief, 
$8.54; all other purposes, $627.13. 

Sunday-school — John Jackson, superintendent, Vandalia, Ohio; Viola Bohlen- 
der, secretary. Vandalia, Ohio. Enrollment, 207; average attendance. 80. Con- 
tributed to Sunday-school Department, $5.00; all other purposes, $176.28. 
Christian Endeavor — Intermediate Society, 18 members. 

LUDLOW FALLS — No pastor; Rev. J. A. Albright was pastor last year; Mrs. Ruth 
Grove, clerk, Troy. Ohio. Membership, 162. Received last year, 5. Church 
building valued at $3,000.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $600.00; Ameri- 
can Christian Convention, $10.00: Foreign Missions, $25.00; Home Missions, 
$25.00; Education, $25.00; all other purposes, $5.00. 

Sunday-school — John EUeman, superintendent, Ludlow Falls, Ohio; Otto Kopp, 
secretary, Ludlow Falls, Ohio. Enrollment, 129; average attendance, 76. 

McKEES CREEK — Rev. J. C. Francis, pastor; Rev. J. C. Francis was pastor last 
year; Robert F. Cooper, clerk, Bellefontaine, Ohio. Membership, 73. Received 
last year, 1. Church building valued at $4,000.00. Parsonage valued at 
$4,000.00. One-third time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $418.00; 
American Christian Convention, $2.00; Foreign Missions, $25.00; Home Mis- 
sions. $25.00; Education, $2.00; Relief, $5.00; all other purposes, $601.00. 
Sunday-school — Muncie Hoylman, superintendent, Bellefontaine, Ohio; Perry 
Hoylman, secretary, Bellefontaine, Ohio. Enrollment, 97; average attend- 
ance, 50. 

MURLIN HEIGHTS — Rev. Ira C. Clark, pastor; Rev. S. Q. Helfenstein was pastor 
last year; Miss Aldah Neitert. clerk. Dayton. Ohio, R. R. 5. Membership, 30. 
Received last year, 1. Church building valued at $5,000.00. Parsonage valued 
at $2,500.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$160.00; American Christian Convention, $5.00; Foreign Missions, $26.96; Home 
Missions, $24.03; Education, $4.54; Relief, $6.31; all other purposes, $687.62. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 

NEW PALESTINE — Rev. Ray M. Seeley, pastor; Rev. Ray M. Seeley was pastor 
last year; C. A. Jackson, clerk, Sidney, Ohio. Membership, 90. Received last 
year, 9. Church building valued at $3,000.00. One-half time preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $450.00; Foreign Missions, $17.00; Home Mis- 
sions, $10.00; Educa.tion, $2.77; all other purposes. $235.36. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 



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NORTH CLAYTOX — Rev. R. H. McDaniel, pastor; Rev. A. B. Houseman was pastor 
last year; William Palsgrove, clerk, Coving-ton, Ohio. Membership, 103. Re- 
ceived last year, 1. Church building- valued at $1,500.00. One-half time 
preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, $300.00; American Christian Con- 
vention, $2.00; Foreign Missions, $15.00; Home Missions, $9.00; Education, 
$6.00; Federal Council, $1.50; Relief. $7.00; all other purposes, $77.12. 
Sunday-school — Harry Eidemiller, superintendent. Coving-ton, Ohio; Ethel 
Fisher, secretary, Covington, Ohio. Enrollment, 56; average attendance, 25. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $56.15. 

OR AN — Rev. G. B. Cain, pastor; Rev. G. B. Cain -was pastor last year; Warren E. 
Souders, clerk, Dawson, Ohio. Membership, 94. Received last year, 14. Church 
building- valued at $3,500.00. One-half time preaching-. Contributed to pastor- 
al service, $367.25; Foreig-n Missions, $14.00; Home Missions, $28.58; Relief, 
■ $4.87. 

Sunday-school — Warren E. Souders, superintendent, Dawson, Ohio; Miss Zella 
Printz, secretary, Dawson, Ohio. Enrollment, 99; averag-e attendance, 65. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $25.00. 

PHILLIPSBURG — No pastor; Rev. J. A. Albright was pastor last year; Mrs. Chas. 
J. Hoke, clerk, Phillipsburg-, Ohio. Membership, 35. Church building- valued 
at $2,000.00. One-half time preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$355.10; American Christian Convention, $5.00; Foreig-n Missions, $14.09; Home 
Missions, $20.00; Relief, $5.96; all other purposes, $38.78. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 

PIQ,UA — Rev. John E. Kauffman, pastor; Rev. John E. KaufCman was pastor last 
year; Miss Claire Prince, clerk, Piqua., Ohio. Membership, 637. Received 
last year, 50. Church building valued at $36,500.00. Parsonage valued at 
$11,500.00. Full time preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,846.16; 
American Christian Convention, $30.00; ForeigTi Missions, $100.00; Home 
Missions, $100.00; Education, $30.00; Federal Council, $5.00; aAl other purposes, 
" $3,123.54. 

Sunday-school — H. E. Sims, superintendent, Piqua, Ohio; Charles K. Vantil- 
burg-, secretary, Piqua, Ohio. Enrollment, 515; averag-e attendance, 212. Con- 
tributed to Sunday-school Department, $5.00; all other purposes, $441.17. 
Christian E:ndeavor — Hule Weaver, president, Piqua, Ohio; Mrs. Chas. Vantil- 
burg-, corresponding- secretary, Piqua, Ohio. Members — active, 28. 

PLATTSBURfci — Rev. Clark A. Denison, pastor; No pastor last year; Miss B. Grace 
Porter, clerk. Plattsburg-, Ohio. Membership, 86. Church building- valued at 
$1,000.00. One-half time preaching-. Contributed to American Christian Con- 
vention, $5.00; Foreig-n Missions, $17.60; Home Missions. $10.00; Education, 
$5.00; Relief, $6.00; all other purposes, $865.38. 

Sunday-school — George Agle, superintendent. South Vienna. Ohio; Miss Clara 
Agle, secretary. South Vienna, Ohio. Enrollment, 112; average attendance. 
52. Contributed to all other purposes, $127.33. 

PLEASANT HILL — Rev. John S. Kegg-, pastor; Rev. John S. Keg-g- was pastor last 
year; Arthur Schuesselin, clerk. Pleasant Hill, Ohio. Membership. 436. Re- 
ceived last year. 43. Church building valued at $40,000.00. Parsonag-e valued 
at $4,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service. $1,800.00; 
American Christian Convention, $10.00; Foreign Missions, $363.70; Home 
Missions, $363.70; Education, $10.00; Relief, $25.00; all other purposes, $1,942.60. 
Sunday-school — J. G. Myers, superintendent. Pleasant Hill, Ohio; Mabel 
Snyder, secretary, Pleasant Hill, Ohio. Enrollment, 420; average attendance, 
227. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $10.00; all other purposes 
$1,082.77. 

Christian Endeavor — Ethel Sloan, president. Pleasant Hill. Ohio; Helen Myers, 
corresponding- secretary. Pleasant Hill. Ohio. Members — active, 24; associate. 
6; honorary, 8; total, 38. Intermediate, 25 members; Junior, 28 members. 

SHILOH SPRINGS — Rev. Pressley B. Zartmann, pastor; Rev. Alva M. Kerr was 
supply pastor last year; D. W. Kleping-er, clerk, Dayton, Ohio, R. R. 13. 
Membership, 215. Received last year, 46. Church building- valued at 
$16,500.00. Full time preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, $695.00; 
Foreig-n Missions. $57.16; Home Missions, $57.17; Relief, $6.25; all other 
purposes, $910.75. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 
Christian Endeavor — Intermediate, 49 members; Junior, 30 members. 

SPRING CREEK — Rev. J. \V. Yantis. pastor; Rev. J. W. Yantis was pastor last 
year; John W. Simes, clerk. Fletcher. Ohio. Membership. 160. Received last 
year, 3. Church building valued at $8,000.00. Parsonag-e valued at $1,000.00. 
One-half time preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service. $600.00; Relief. 
$9.00; all other purposes, $204.84. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 



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SPRINGFIELD, HIGH STREET — Rev. A. B. Kendall, pastor; Rev. H. Russell Clem 
•was pastor last year; H. W. Morse, clerk, Spring-field, Ohio. Membership, 222. 
Received last year, 12. Church building- valued at $30,000.00. Full time 
preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,188.00; American Christian 
Convention, $5.00; Foreig-n Missions, $173.76; Home Missions, $173.76; Educa- 
tion, $11.46; Relief, $11.46; all other purposes, $2,949.97. 

Sunday-school — Ralph McCain, superintendent. Spring-field, Ohio; Horace F. 
Cordes, secretary, Springfield, Ohio. Enrollment, 150; average attendance, 
100. Contributed to all other purposes, $286.19. 

SPRINGFIELD, MELROSE — Rev. A. W. Hook, pastor; Rev. A. W. Hook was pastor 
last year; John K. Roush, clerk, Springfield, Ohio, R. R. 9. Membership, 30. 
Received last year, 8. Church building valued at $2,500.00. Full time preach- 
ing. Contributed to pastoral service, $520.00; Home Missions, $44.30; Educa- 
tion, $5.00; Federal Council, $2.00; Relief, $2.00; all other purposes, $225.61. 
Sunday-school — Carroll Roberts, superintendent, Springfield, Ohio, R. R. 6; 
Mrs. C. A. Johns, secretai-y. Springfield, Ohio, R. R. 9. Enrollment, 45; 
average attendance, 40. 

SUGAR CREEK — Rev. Wm. M. Dawson, pastor; Rev. Wm. M. Dawson was pastor 
last year; Mrs. Grace E. Brown, clerk. Spring Valley, Ohio, R. R. 1. Member- 
ship, 64. Received last year, 5. Church building valued at $2,500.00. One- 
half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $600.00; American 
Christian Convention, $8.75; Foreign Missions, $27.65; Home Missions, $5.85; 
Relief, $9.63; all other purposes, $312.38. 

Sunday-school — William Guthrie, superintendent, Bellbrook, Ohio; Mrs. N. A. 
Williamson, secretary, Centerville, Ohio. Enrollment, 89; average attendance, 
40. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $2.00; all other purposes, 
$117.27. 

TROTVVOOD — Rev. Robert E. Wearly, pastor; Rev. Wm. M. Dawson was pastor 
last year; W. S. Worley, clerk, Trotwood, Ohio. Membership, 137. Received 
last year, 1. Church building valued at $3,500.00. Parsonage valued at 
$4,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to paistoral service, $500.00; 
Foreign Missions, $20.77; Home Missions, $24.96; Education, $10.00; Relief, 
$7.00; all other purposes, $418.87. 

Sunday-school — I. A. Seybold, superintendent, Trotwood, Ohio; Mary Carrol, 
secretary, Trotwood, Ohio. Enrollment, 121; average attendance, 70. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $11.11. 

Christian Endeavor — William Niswonger, president, Trotwood, Ohio; Thelma 
Niswonger, corresponding secretary, Trotwood, Ohio. Members — active, 30; 
associate, 50; honorary, 25; total, 1.05. 

TROY — Rev. A. E. Kemp, pastor; Rev. A. E. Kemp was pastor last year; Edward 
Weaver, clerk, Troy, Ohio. Membership, 1033. Received last year, 137. 
Church building valued at $40,000.00. Parsonage valued at $5,000.00. F^ll 
time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $2,500.00; American Christian 
Convention, $25.00; Foreign Missions, $800.00; Home Missions, $795.00; Relief, 
$40.00; all other purposes, $3,663.45. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 

Christian Endeavor — Ernest Miller, president, Troy, Ohio; Irene Railing, 
corresponding secretary, Troy, Ohio. Members — active, 42; associate, 1; 
honorary, 60; total, 103. 
Junior Society, 31 members. 

TWIN CREEK — Rev. J. A. Watson, pastor; Rev. J. A. Watson was pastor last 
year; H. O. Siler, clerk. West Manchester, Ohio. Membership, 105. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $357.00; American Christian Convention, $5.50; 
Foreign Missions, $4.50; Home Missions, $3.90; Education, $5.50; Relief, $3.50; 
all other purposes, $503.58. 

Sunday-school — Elbridge Bunger, superintendent. West Manchester, Ohio; 
Claude A. Davisson, secretary. West Manchester, Ohio. Enrollment, 97; 
average attendance, 45. Contributed to all other purposes, $127.15. 

VERSAILLES — Rev. H. A. Smith, pastor; Rev. H. A. Smith was pastor last year; 
W. C. Hile, clerk, Versailles, Ohio. Membership, 342. Received ].ast year, 53. 
New church building under construction. Parsonage valued at $3,000.00. 
Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,500.00; American 
Christian Convention, $25.00; Foreign Missions, $75.00; Home Missions, $80.00; 
Education, $65.00; Federal Council, $4.00; Relief, $25.00; all other purposes. 
$831.20. 

Sunday-school — L. B. Martin, superintendent, Versailles, Ohio; Grace McLain, 
secretary, Versailles, Ohio. Enrollment, 368; average attendance, 283. Con- 
tributed to Sunday-school Department, $20.00; all other purposes, $654.97. 
Christian Endeavor — Lloyd Littman, president, Versailles, Ohio; Emily Jack- 



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son, corresponding- secretary, Versailles, Ohio. Members — active, 17: associate, 
10; honorary, 3; total, 30. 
Junior Society, 22 members. 

WEST grove: — Rev. Corda Pulley, pastor; Rev. Corda Pulley -wsls pastor last 
year; Ora McKibben, clerk. Arcanum, Ohio. Membership, 133. Received last 
year. 20. Church building- valued at $3,500.00. Full time preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $1,200.00; American Christian Convention, $10.00; 
Foreign Missions, $35.00; Home Missions, $30.50; Education, $5.00; Relief, 
$8.00; all other purposes, $1,056.26. 

Sunday-school — Hanford Brown, superintendent, Bradford, Ohio, R. R. 4; Mil- 
dred S. Collins, corresponding: secretary. Arcanum, Ohio, R. R. 2. Enrollment, 
180; average attendance, 116; all other purposes, $268.37. 

Chri.stian Endeavor — Mrs. Amy Pulley, president. Arcanum, Ohio, R. R. 2; 
Mildred Collins, corresponding secretary, Arcanum, Ohio, R. R. 2. Members- 
active, 29; associate, 5; total, 34. 

WEST LIBERTY — Rev. J. C. Francis, pastor; Rev. J. C. Francis vi^as pastor last 
year; Mrs. Sarah Jordan, clerk, "West Liberty, Ohio. Membership, 100. Re- 
ceived last year, 5. Church building valued at $5,000.00. Parsonage valued at 
$4,000.00. Two-thirds time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$820.00; American Christian Convention, $10.00; Foreign Missions, $15.00; 
Home Missions, $15.00; Education, $10.00; Relief, $10.00; all other purposes, 
$584.55. 

Sunday-school — (No report.) 
Christian Endeavor — (No report.) 

WEST MANCHESTER — Rev. Harry S. Huey, pastor; Rev. Harry S. Huey was 
pastor last year; Mrs. Frank Parks, clerk. West Manchester, Ohio. Member- 
ship, 72. Received last year, 20. Church building valued at $2,000.00. One- 
half time preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, $687.50; Foreign Mis- 
sions, $18.00; Home Missions, $22.61; Education, $10.00; Relief, $5.00; all other 
purposes, $149.61. 

Sunday-school — E. B. Creager, superintendent, West Manchester, Ohio; Janeva 
Frank, secretary. West Manchester, Ohio. Enrollment. 60; average attend- 
ance, 90. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $5.38; all other purposes, 
$153.22. 

Christian Endeavor — Mrs. Clayton Emrick, president. West Manchester, Ohio; 
Flossie M. Wolf, corresponding secretary. West Manchester, Ohio. Members — 
active, 35. 

WEST MIIiTON — Rev. W. J. Young, pastor; Rev. W. J. Young was pastor last 
year; Pearl Mundhenk, clerk, "West Milton, Ohio. Membership, 182. Received 
last year, 5. Church building valued at $10,000.00. Parsonage valued at 
$4,500.00. Full time preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,500.00; 
American Christian Convention, $23.60; Foreign Missions, $101.01; Home Mis- 
sions, $114.40; Education, $80.00; Federal Council, $5.00; Relief, $18.43; all 
other pui-poses, $1,150.67. 

Sunday-school — Dr. Charles Baker, superintendent. West Milton, Ohio; Miss 
Goldie Engle, secretary. West Milton, Ohio. Enrollment, 304; average at- 
tendance, 150. Contributed to all other purposes, $368.51. 

Christian Endeavor — Dora Folkner, president. West Milton, Ohio; Mildred 
Barnhart, corresponding secretary. West Milton, Ohio. Members — active, 29; 
associate, 22; honorary, 5; total, 56. 

WEST UNIOIV — Rev. O. P. Furnas, pastor; Rev. O. P. Furnas was pastor last 
year; Roy E. Hale, clerk. West Milton. Ohio, R. R. 2. Membership, 143. Re- 
ceived last year, 9. Church building valued at $5,000.00. Full time preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $1,000.00; American Christian Convention, 
$6.25; Foreign Missions, $18.60; Home Missions, $55.00; Education, $8.00; Re- 
lief. $6.65; all other purposes, $507.30. 

Sunday-school — Esta Pearson, superintendent, Troy, Ohio. R. R. 5; Miss Ruth 
Miller, secretary, West Milton, Ohio, R. R. 2. Enrollment, 202; averag-e at- 
tendance, 80. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $5.00; all other 
purposes, $113.22. 

WOODINGTOIV — Rev. Ira C. Clark, pastor; Rev. Ira C. Clark was pastor last 
year; B. H. Puterbaugh, clerk, Greenville, Ohio, R. R. 5. Membership, 135. 
Received last year, 31. Church building valued at $5,000.00. One-half time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $750.00; American Christian Con- 
vention, $10.35; Foreign Missions, $39.65; Home Missions, $18.57; Education, 
$7.16; Relief, $8.69; all other purposes, $400.74. 

Sunday-school^ — L. H. Bailey, superintendent. Ansonia, Ohio, R. R. 3; Roscoe 
Bailey, secretary, Ansonia, Ohio, R. R. 3. Enrollment, 385; average attend- 
ance, 145. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $16.92; all other pur- 
poses, $186.85. 
Christian Endeavor — (No report.) 



144 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL . 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 47; Licentiates, 2; Churches, 51; Membership, 
8,743. Contributions: Pastoral service, $38,485.96; American Christian Con- 
vention, $462.65; Education, $590.95; Foreign Missions, $5,401.59; Home Mis- 
sions, $3,958.22; Federal Council, $18.50; all other purposes, $39,802.76. Sun- 
day-schools, 51; reported, 38; Enrollment, 6,837. Christian Endea^vor Societies, 
23; Membership, 765. Total contributions, $88,720.53. Conference offering- to 
American Christian Convention, $14.00. 



MT. VERNON 

(Reported by Secretary Truitt) 

Session of 1921 — Mt. Zlon. 
Session of 1922 — Highland. 

Officers — Rev. R. H. Long, Centerburg, Ohio — President. 
Rev. Jos. Ehrheart, Ambrldge, Pa. — Vice-President. 
Rev. Howard E. Truitt, Coshocton, Ohio — Secretary. 

Department Secretaries — J. H. Bone, ISIt. Vernon, Ohio — Finance. 
Gail Keckley, Vana.tta, Ohio — Education. 
Miss Minnie Lohr, 'Mr. Vernon, Ohio— Sunday-schools. 
W. A. Shuff, Utlca, Ohio — Missions. 
Rev. Clyde Stout, Frazeysburg:, Ohio — Publishing. 
Harvey Peters, Johnstown, Ohio — Relief. 
Mrs. Faith Adams, Coshocton, Ohio — Y. P. S. C. E. 

Ministers — Rice, Homer, Johnstown, Ohio, R. R. 

Oartflr, J. M., New Waterford. Ohio. Stout, Clyde, Frazeysburpr, Ohio. 

Clem, H'. R., Greensboro N. C. Strickland, F. G., 117 Brighton Road, Colum- 

Ehrh'eart, Jos.. 810 14th' St.', Ambridge, Pa. „ ^^^' , ^-^ti"- „ . 

Grate, Geo W., Signal, Ohio. Swetland, Mrs. R. Anna, Sparta, Ohio. 

Hanlin, Ira L.,' Salem,' Ohio. Truitt, H. E., Coshocton, Ohio. 

Long, R. H., Centerburg, Ohio. Weaver, J. H., East Livei-pool, Ohio. 

Church, Pastor, Clerk, Offering:^, Organizations 

(Offering-s October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

APPLiETON — Rev. J. M. Bradbury, pastor; Rev. J. M. Bradbury was pastor last 
year; Mrs. Etrulia Liggett, clerk, Johnstown, Ohio, R. R. 4. Membership, 
121. Received last year, 14. Church building valued at $1,200.00. One-half 
time preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, $400.00; American Christian 
Convention, $3.72; Foreign Missions, $31.44; Home Missions, $31.44; all other 
purposes, $42.61. 

Sunday-school — Harvey Peters, superintendent, Johnstown, Ohio; Cla^rence 
Myers, secretary, Johnstown, Ohio. Enrollment, 60; average attendance, 40. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $12.00. 

CENTERBURG — Rev. R. H. Long, pastor; Rev. R. H. Long was pastor last year; 
Mrs. Maude Crlsman, clerk, Centerburg, Ohio. Membership, 103. Church build- 
ing valued at $8,000.00. One-half time preaching-. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $400.00; Foreign Missions, $12.60; Home Missions, $25.60; Education, 
$19.63; Relief, $12.51. 

Sunday-school — C. D. Owlngs, superintendent, Centerburg, Ohio; Mrs. Maude 
Crlsman, secretary, Centerburg, Ohio. Enrollment. 70; average attendance, 
45. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $5.40; all other purposes, $70.13. 

CHURCH HILL, — (No report.) 
COOPERDAliE — (Inactive.) 

COSHOCTON — Rev. H. E. Truitt, pastor; Rev. H. E. Truitt was pastor last year; 
J. W. Clark, clerk, Coshocton, Ohio. Membership, 129. Received last year, 
13. Church building- valued at $15,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $1,150.00; American Christian Convention, $2.20; Foreign 
Missions, $72.34; Home Missions, $7.00; Education, $7.00; all other purposes, 
$23.00. 

Sunday-school — J. "W. Clark, superintendent, Coshocton, Ohio; Miss Gladys 
Laflin, secretary, Coshocton, Ohio. Enrollment, 210; aiverag-e attendance, 82. 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $2.70; all other purposes, $150.00. 
Christian Endeavor — Miss Nellie Griffith, president, Coshocton, Ohio; Chas. 
Smith, corresponding secretary, Coshocton, Ohio. Members — active, 32. 

DANVILLE — Rev. F. B. Rlchey, pastor; Rev. F. B. Rlchey was pastor last yea;r; 
Mrs. Emma Temple, clerk, Greer, Ohio. Membership, 21. Church building 
valued at $800.00. Full time preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$1,500.00; American Christian Convention, $2.00; Forelg-n Missions, $6.50; Home 
Missions, $6.75; Education, $6.00; all other purposes, $2.00. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 



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EAST MIDDliETON — Rev. J. S. Ehrheart, pastor; Rev. J. S. Ehrheart was pastor 
last year; L. O. Buck, clerk, New Waterford, Ohio. Membership, 34. Received 
last year, 5. Church building- valued at $800.00. One-half time preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $255.00; Home Missions, $9.41. 

Sunday-.school^ — Frank Ferrall, superintendent, Columbiana, Ohio; Bertha 
Yocus,' secretary, Columbiana, Ohio. Enrollment, 50; average attendance, 37. 

EAST ROCHESTER — (Inactive.) 

PAIRVIEW — Rev. J. M. Bradbury, pastor; Rev. J. M. Bradbury was pastor last 
year; Miss Etta Lohr, clerk, Mt. Vernon, Ohio, R. R. 8. Membership, 132. 
Received last year, 1. Church building valued at $5,500.00. One-half time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $550.00; American Christian Con- 
vention, $16.47; Foreign Missions, $81.85; Home Missions, $97.80; Educajtion, 
$18.27; all other purposes, $79.53. 

Sunday-school — B. O. Lohr, superintendent, Mt. Vernon, Ohio; Gertrude Dil- 
plain, secretary, Mt. Vernon, Ohio. Enrollment, 50; average attendance, 37. 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $5.00; all other purposes, $27.30. 

HIGHLAND — No pastor; No pastor last year; Idaj M. Farmer, clerk, Salem, Ohio, 
R. R. 3. Membership, 140. Church building valued at $2,000.00. 
Sunday-.school — Eleanor Griblen, superintendent, Salem, Ohio; Myrtle Vincent, 
secretary, Salem, Ohio. Enrollment, 58; average attendance, 20. 

HIGHWATER — Rev. J. M. Bradbury, pastor; Rev. J. M. Bradbury was pastor last 
year; Elzenia Clark, clerk, Granville, Ohio, R. R. 2. Membership, 82. Re- 
ceived last year, 18. Church building valued at $6,000.00. One-half time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $250.00; Foreign Missions, $20.00; 
Home Missions, $9.43; Education, $7.60; all other purposes, $10.89. 
Sunday-school — ^J. R. Haas, superintendent, Vanatta, Ohio; Earl Pierpont, 
secretary, Vanj^tta, Ohio. Enrollment. 52; average attendani'-i, 30. Contribut- 
ed to Sunday-school Department, $1.50; all other purposes, $11.50. 

MT. PLEASANT — Rev. Clyde Stout, pastor; Rev. Clyde Stout was pastor last 
year; Mrs. Violet Moran, clerk. Black Run, Ohio. Membership 113. Received 
last year, 7. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$562.25; American Christian Convention, $4.65; Foreign Missions, $70.00; Home 
Missions, $5.35; Education, $5.25; a.ll other purposes, $94.50. 

Sunday-school — Lawrence Ashcraft, superintendent. Black Run, Ohio; Howard 
Ashcraft, secretary, Black Run, Ohio. Enrollment, 85; average attendance, 20. 

MT. ZION — Rev. Clyde Stout, pastor; Rev. Clyde Stout was pastor last year; B. L. 
Shaffer, clerk, Prazeysburg, Ohio. Membership, 53. Church building valued 
at $2,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$275.22; Foreign Missions, $21.00; Home Missions, $15.75; all other purposes, 
$30.85. 

Sunday-school — John McDonald, superintendent, Frazeysburg, Ohio; Merle C. 
Baker, secretary, Frazeysburg, Ohio. Enrollment, 25; average attendance, 20. 

NEW ALEXANDER — Rev. Tra L. Hanlin, pastor; Rev. Ira L. Hanlin was pastor 
last year; W. L. Crist, clerk, Honieworth, Ohio. Membership, 145. Received last 
year, 3. Church building valued at $1,000.00. One-half time preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $550.00; Foreign Missions, $5.00; Home Missions, 
$5.00. 

Sunday-school — E. D. Sanor, superintendent, Moultree, Ohio; Wilma Smith, 
secretary, East Rochester, Ohio. Enrollment, 85; average attendance, 20. 

NE\%^ BETHEL — (Inactive.) 

ROSEVILLE — Rev. F. G. Strickland, pastor; Rev. F. G. Strickland was pastor last 
year; John McBrayer, clerk. Roseville, Ohio. Mennbership, 80. Church build- 
ing valued at $4,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $214.08; all other purposes, $5.57. 

Sunday-school — John McBrayer, superintendent, Roseville, Ohio; lola Koonts, 
secretary, Roseville, Ohio. Enrollment, 58; average attendance, 25. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $9.90. 

SPARTA — No pastor; No pastor last year; R. Anna Swetland, clerk, Sparta, Ohio. 
Membership, 16. Church building valued at $1,500.00. 

UTICA — Rev. J. M. Miller, pastor; Rev. J. M. Miller was pastor last year; E. G. 
Dove, clerk, TJtica, Ohio. Membership, 99. Received last year, 4. Church build- 
ing valued at $4,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral ser- 
vice, $561.50; American Christian Convention, $5,25; Foreign Missions, $24.50; 
Home Missions, $17.42; Education, $5.68; Relief, $93.30. 

Sunday-school — Pansy Thatcher, superintendent, Utica, Ohio; Daniel Helphrey, 
secretary, Utica, Ohio. Enrollment, 70; average attendance, 35. Contributed 
to all other purposes, $9.90. 



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THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 



WESTAILLE — Rev. J. S. Ehrhea-rt, pastor; Rev. J. S. Ehrheart was pastor last 
year; Mary B. Everhart, clerk, Beloit, Ohio. Membership, 58. One-half time 
preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, $200.00; Foreign Missions, $15.50; 
Home Missions, $11.24; all other purposes, $49.00 

Sunday-school — Clifford Israel, superintendent, Beloit, Ohio; Mrs. Leila Sa.nor, 
secretary, Beloit, Ohio. Enrollment, 73; average attendance, 40. Contributed 
to all other purposes, $13.00. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 12; Churches, 19; Membership, 1,326. Contribu- 
tions: Pastoral service, $6,868.05; American Christian Convention, $34.29; Edu- 
cateion. $69.43; Foreign Missions, $360.73; Home Missions, $242.19; Relief, 
$105.81; all other purposes, $337.95. Sunday-schools, 13; Enrollment, 946. Con- 
tributed to Sunday-school Department, $14.60. Christian Endeavor Societies, 
2; Membership, 32. Total contributions reported, $8,033.05. 



NORTHWESTERN OHIO 

(Reported by Secretary Foltz) 

Session of 1921 — West Cairo. 
Session of 1922 — Logansville. 

OIBcers — Rev. J. C. DeReemer, Britton, Mich. — President. 
Rev. G. B. Garner, West Cairo, Ohio — Vice-President. 
Rev. G. W. Foltz, Harrod, Ohio — Secretary. 

Department Secretaries — Rev. E. A. Watkins, Lima, Ohio — Missions. 
Rev. F. H. Peters, Defiance, Ohio — Sunday-schools. 
Rev. G. R. Mell, Lima, Ohio — Finance. 
Rev. C. J. Hance, Spencerville, Ohio — Relief. 
Rev. G. B. "Garner, West Cairo, Ohio — Education. 
Rev. Fremont McCague, Defiance, Ohio — Publications. 
Wm. Steiger, Spencerville, Ohio — Christian Endeavor. 

Tru.stees — G. B. Garner, W. H. Thompson, C. J. Hance, Joseph W. Nichols, and 
G. R. Mell. 

Forward Movement Committee — A. Winegardner, Lafayette, Ohio — Devotions. 
Earle Smith, Columbu.s Grove, Ohio — Evangelism. 
A. S. Chenoweth, Lima, Ohio— Religious Education. 
Mrs. A. D. Akins, Spencerville, Ohio — Missions. 
Mrs. M. T. Morrill, Defiance, Ohio — Benevolence. 



Peters, F. H., 718 Nicholas St., Defiance, 

Ohio. 
Slane, J. M., Grover Hill, Ohio. 
Strawbridge, C. E., Lima, Ohio. 
Thompson, W. H., Sidney, Ohio. 
Watiiins, E. A., Lima, Ohio. 
Wright, J. L., West Cairo, Ohio. 

Licentiates — 

Deken, F. M., Vaughnsville, Ohio. 

Friend, Jesse, Vaughnsville, Ohio. 

Klin.gler, Walter, Y. M. C. A. Building, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
King, Lester F., Hartford Theological 

Seminai-y, Hartford, Connecticut. 
Slusser, Edward, Fort Scott, Kansas City, 

Iowa. 



Ministers — 

Caris, S. A., 129 Session Ave., Defiance, 

Ohio. 
Claypool, James, Fort Jennings, Ohio. R. 

R., 4. 
Daniels, W. E., Lafayette, Ohio. 
DeRemer, J. C, Britton, Michigan. 
Emmert, Rufus, Middletown, Indiana. 
Foltz, G. W., Harrod, Ohio. 
Garner, G. B., West Cairo, Ohio. 
Garrett. J. W., Columbus Grove, Ohio. 
Hammond, L. D., Spencerville, Oliio. 
Hance, C. J., Spencei-ville, Ohio. 
Leonaixi, A., Carp Lake, Michigan. 
McCague, Fremont, Defiance, Ohio, R. R. 4. 
Mell. G. R., 700 S. Broadway. Lima, Ohio. 
Noffsinger, A., Forest Hill, Michigan. 
Perkins, G. T., Pine Plains. N. Y. 

Church, Pastor, Clerk, Oflferings, Orgranizations 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

AKTIOCH — No pastor; Rev. Sager was pastor last year; Henry Stirn, . clerk, 
Cloverdale, Ohio. Membership, 6. Church building valued at $1,500.00. One- 
fourth time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $85.00; all other 
purposes, $31.00. 

Sunday-school — D. H. Hammond, superintendent; Miss Gladys Hammond, 
secretary. Enrollment, 40; average attendance, 30. Contributed to all other 
purposes, $10.00. 

BERKEY — Rev. A. M. Lockwood, pastor; Rev. A. M. Lockwood was pastor last 
year; Mrs. Esther Armitage, clerk, Berkey, Ohio. Membership, 72. Church 
building valued at $4,000.00. Parsonage valued at $3,000.00. Full time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,000.00; Foreign Missions, 
$10.00; Home Missions, $27.00; Education, $10.00; all other purposes, $306.61. 
Sunday-school — Wm. S. Brown, superintendent, Blissfield, Mich.; Miss Wanda 



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Goiniley, secietary, Berkey, Ohio. Enrollment, 173; averag-e attendance, 70. 
Contributed to all other- purposes, $218.75. 

('liri.Htinii Endeavor — Arthur Salnderson, corresponding- secretary, Berkey, 
Ohio. Members — active, 8; associate, 25; honorary, 2; total, 35. 

BETHEL — Rev. Y. McCague, pastor; Rev. F. McCague -was pastor last year; J. 
B. Harnish, clerk, Oakvvocjd. Ohio. Full time preaching-. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $fiOO.OO; Foreig-n Missions, $16.25; Home Missions, $9.46; 
Education, $8.20; all other purposes, $75.00. 

Sunday-ischool — Ray Hornish, superintendent, Continental, Ohio; Archie O. 
Bell, secretary. Defiance, Ohio. Enrollment, 203; average attendance, 98. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $224.66. 

Christian Endeavor — Ronald Con-well, coi-responding- secretary. Defiance, Ohio. 
Members — active, 21. Contributed to Christian Endeavor Department, $2.00. 

BETHLEHEM — Rev. W. E. Daniels, pastor; Rev. W. E. Daniels -was pastor last 
year; Austin Hefner, clerk, Lafayette, Ohio. Membership, 45. Church build- 
ing valued at $4,000.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $250.00. 

Sunday-sehool — Austin Hefner, superintendent, Lafayette, Ohio; Cledith 
Hefner, secretary, Lafayette, Ohio. Enrollment: 45; averag-e attendance, 20. 
Contributed to all other pui-poses, $20.00. 

BIBLE CHAPEL — No pastor; No pastor last year; R. H. Staver, clerk, Lima, Ohio, 
R. R. 2. Membership, 60. Church building- valued at $3,500.00. 

BliAJVCHARD — Rev. G. W. Foltz, pastor; Rev. G. W. Foltz was pastor last year; 
Harry Musgrave, clerk, Dunkirk, Ohio. Membership, 85. Church building- 
valued at $2,000.00. One-half time preaching-. Contributed to pastoral Ser- 
vice, $400.00; Foreign Missions, $53.21; Home Missions, $181.00; Education, 
$6.81; all other purposes, $371.87. 

Sunday-school — Harry Musgrave, superintendent, Dunkirk, Ohio; Irvln Ful- 
ton, secretary, Dunkirk, Ohio. Enrollment, 80; average attendance, 65. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $47.50. 

BRITTOX — Rev. J. C. DeReemer, pastor; Rev. J. C. DeReemer -was pastor last 
year; Mrs. C. J. Smith, clerk, Britton, Mich. Membership, 198. Received 
last year, 20. Church building valued at $12,000.00. Parsonage valued at 
$3,500.00. Full time preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,800.00; 
American Christian Convention, $10.00; Foreign Missions, $47.50; Home Mis- 
sions, $40.00; Education, $15.25; all other purposes, $599.48. 

Sunday-school — E. L. Palmer, superintendent, Britton, Mich.; Wm. Under- 
■wood, secretary, Britton, Mich. Enrollment, 288; average attendance, 128. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $270.03. 

BUCKLAND — Rev. L. W. Ryan, pastor; S. V. Scott, clerk, Wapakoneta Ohio 
R. R. 3. ' ' 

COLUMBrS GROVE — Rev. J. "W. Garrett, pastor; Rev. J. Elliott Epright -was 
pastor last year; Harry Slump, clerk, Columbus Grove, Ohio. Membership 
335. Received last year, 31. Church building- valued at $20,000.00 Parson- 
age valued at $5,000.00. Full time preaching-. Contributed to pastoral ser- 
vice, $1,200.00; American Christian Convention, $33.60; Foreig-n Missions 
$26.40; Home Missions, $26.40; Education, $102.00; all other purposes, $l,982.4o! 
Sunday-school — Earl F. Smith, superintendent, Columbus Grove, Ohio; Louise 
Hartman, secretary, Columbus Grove, Ohio. Enrollment, 256; averag-e attend- 
ance, 151. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $1.10; all other pur- 
poses, $175.00. 

DEFIAIVCE — Rev. F. H. Peters, pastor; Rev. F. H. Peters was pastor last year- 
W. A. Snider, clerk. Defiance, Ohio. Membership, 74. Received last year 14* 
"Worship in Weston Hall. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service. $2,400.00; American Christian Convention, $19.00; Foreign Mis=;ions 
$86.00; Home Missions, $86.00; Education, $19.00; all other purposes, $1,289.63! 
Sunday-school — L. Ward McReynolds, superintendent. Defiance. Ohio- Vir- 
g-inia Lawson, secretary. Defiance, Ohio. Enrollment, 143; averag-e attendance 
90. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $1.52; all other* purposes' 
$203.00. 

DELPHOS — No pastor; Rev. C. J. Hance was pastor last year; Katie Wilcox, 
clerk, Delphos, Ohio. Membership, 80. Received last year, 5. Church build- 
ing- valued at $4,000.00. Full time preaching-. Contributed to pastoral ser- 
vice, $600.00; American Christian Convention, $4.04; all other purposes, 
$216.66. 

Sunday-school — C. "W. Bickle, superintendent, Delphos, Ohio; Mrs. Pearl 
Conkel, secretary, Delphos, Ohio. 512 S. Main St. Enrollment, 70; average 
attendance, 59. Contributed to all other purposes, $137.81. 

Christian Endeavor — Mrs. Pearl Conkel. corresponding- secretary. Delphos, 
Ohio. Members— active, 40; associate, 53; total, 93. Contributed to Christian 
Endeavor Department, $1.00. 



148 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

HARROD — Rev. T. C. House, pastor; Rev. C. B. Lusk was pastor last year; 
Emma Banner, clerk, Harrod, Ohio. Membership, 125. Church building: 
valued at $7,000.00. One-half time preaching:. Contributed to pastoral ser- 
vice, $800.00; American Christian Convention, $5.00; Foreign Missions, $16.85; 
Home Missions, $23.61; Education, $5.00. 

Sunday-school — O. H. Foltz, superintendent, Harrod, Ohio; Diamond Miller, 
secretary, Harrod, Ohio. Enrollment, 140; averag'e attendance, 100. 

HARTFORD — No pastor; Rev. J. W. Garrett was pastor two months last year; 
William Paterson, clerk, Spencerville, Ohio. Membership, 20. Church build- 
ing- valued at $4,000.00. 

Sunday-Mchool — Mrs. Elmer Coon, superintendent, Spencerville, Ohio; Corrie 
Sakeniiller, secretary, Spencerville, Ohio. Enrollinent, 50. Contributed to 
all other purposes $11.00. 

Christian Endeavor — Miss Ethel Culver, corresponding- secretary, Spencer- 
ville. Ohio. Members — active, 15; associate, 10; honorary, 7; total, 32. 

LiAFAYETTE — Rev. W. E. Daniels, pastor; Rev. W. E. Daniels was pastor last 
year; .J. K. Lyle, clerk, Lafayette, Ohio. Membership, 140. Received last 
year, 3. Church building valued at $7,000.00. Rarsonage valued at $2,500.00. 
One-half time preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, $500.00; American 
Christian Convention. .S5.00; Foreign Missions, $14.25; Home Missions, $14.25; 
all other purposes, $33.50. 

Sunday-school — Arthur "SVinegrardner, superintendent, Lafayette, Ohio; Esther 
Hawk, secretary, Lafayette, Ohio. Enrollment, 164. Contributed to Sunday- 
school Department, $75.00; all other purposes, $125.00. 

LiIIHA — Rev. E. A. "Watkins, pastor; Rev. E. A. Watkins was pastor last year; 
W. H. rillars. clerk, Lima, Ohio. Membership, 387. Received last year, 72. 
Church building valued at $20,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $2,080.00; American Christian Convention, $30.00; Foreign 
Missions. $75.00; Home Missions, $75.00; Education, $10.00; all other pur- 
poses, $7,158.74. 

Sunday-.sehool — A. S. Chenoweth, superintendent, Lima, Ohio; E. G. Hall, 
secretary, Lima. Ohio. Enrollment. 450; average attendance, 204. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $800.00. 
Christian Endeavor — ]\Iiss Clarice Hall, corresponding- secretary, Lima, Ohio. 

LiOGANSVIIjLE — No pastor; No pastor last year; Omer Hengstetter, clerk, De- 
Graff, Ohio. Membership. 110. Church building valued at $4,000.00. Con- 
tributed to American Christian Convention, $5.55; Home Missions, $4.00; all 
other purposes, $3,610.25. 

Sunday-school — Mrs. J. S. Swangners, superintendent, DeGraff, Ohio; Mearle 
Ellis, secretary, DeGraff, Ohio. Enrollment, 40; average attendance, 40. 

MIDDLE RIVER — No pastor; Rev. J. W. Garrett was pastor for two months last 
year; Samson Stemen, clerk, Delphos, Ohio, R. R. 6. Membership, 74. Mem- 
bers received last year, 1. Church building valued at $2,000.00. Contributed 
to Foreign Missions, $25.00; Home Missions, $5.00; all other purposes, $153.50. 
Sunday-school — John Thompson, superintendent, Delphos. Ohio; Lonah Foust, 
secretary, Delphos, Ohio. Enrollment, 69; average attendance, 42. Con- 
tributed to American Christian Convention, $3.00; all other purposes, $118.64. 

MT. ZIO]V — Rev. Clark, pastor; Rev. C. A. Behner was pastor last year; Mrs. A. 
Barringer, clerk. Continental, Ohio. Membership, 85. Received last year, 18. 
Church building valued at $3,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $500.00; American Christian Convention, $2.00; Foreign 
Missions, $30.00; Home Missions, $30.00; all other purposes, $179.48. 
Sunday-school — (No re£,ort.) 

MUCHIIVIPPI — No pastor; Rev. Ray Seeley was pastor last year; W. "W. Wright, 
clerk, Lewistown, Ohio. Membership, 29. Church building valued at $2,000.00. 
One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $500.00; American 
Christian Convention, $3.85; Foreign Missions, $16.30; Home Missions, $9.00. 
Sunday-school — Gilbert Mathew, superintendent, Lewistown, Ohio; Georgia 
Briggs, secretary, Lewistown, Ohio. Enrollment, 46; average attendance, 45. 
Contributed to American Christian Convention, $29.60; all other purposes, 
$80.00. 

MIAMI — No pastor; No pastor last year; Mrs. Eva Bell, clerk, Pemberton, Ohio. 
Membership, 20. Received last year, 6. Church building valued at $2,000.00. 
One-fourth time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $150.00; all 
other purposes, $57.20. 

Sunday-school — Mrs. Helen Baker, superintendent, Pemberton, Ohio; Zelma 
Bell, secretary, Pemberton, Ohio. Enrollment, 10. 

NEW BETHANY — (Not reported.) — (1921) — Roy Halter, clerk, Mandale, Ohio. 



THE CHRISTIAN ANN UAL 149 

XEW" RICHLAND — No pastor; Rev. H. Lewis was pastor last year; Mrs. J. A. 
Blair, clerk, Belle Center, Ohio. Membership, 63. Received last year, 1. 
Church building- valued at $2,000.00. One-half time preaching-. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $500.00; Foreig-n Missions, $15.93; Home Missions, $10.89; 
all other purposes, $98.81. 

Sundav-school — John Spencer, superintendent, Belle Center, Ohio; Maerie 
Miller,' secretary, Eelle Center, Ohio;. Enrollment, 60; average attendance, 45. 
Christian Endeavor — Mrs. John A. Blair, corresponding secretary. Belle Center, 
Ohio. Members — active, 25; honorary, 4; total, 29. 

OLIVE BRANCH — (Not reported.) — (1921) — D. W. Bowers, clerk, Convoy, Ohio. 

OTTAWA RIVER — Rev. R. W. Page, pastor; Rev. L. W. Ryan was pastor last 
year; J. E Slusser, clerk. Fort Jennings, Ohio. Membership, 269. Received 
"last year, 15. Church building valued at $6,000.00. Parsonag-e valued at 
$3,500.00. Full time preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,200.00; 
American Christian Convention, $15.00; Foreign Missions, $12.10; Home Mis- 
sions, $12.10; Education, $15.00; all other purposes. $523.66. 

SundaT-.schooI — Russell Rhorer, superintendent. Fort Jenning-s, Ohio; Flo- 
rence *Krouse. secretary. Fort Jennings. Ohio. Enrollment, 140; averag-e 
attendance, 80. Contributed to American Christian Convention, $34.00; all 
other purposes, $70.00. 

SIX MILE — (Not reported.) — (1921)— Miss Iva Musselman, clerk, Cecil, Ohio. 

SPENCERVILLE — Rev. L. D. Hammond, pastor; Rev. L. D. Hammond was pastor 
last year; Mrs. S. G. Parkinson, clerk, Spencerville, Ohio. Membership, 253. 
Received last year, 18. Church building valued at $5,000.00. Parsonag-e 
valued at $2,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$1,100.00; American Christian Convention, $8.70; Foreign Missions, $32.02; 
Home Missions. $20.00; Education, $7.28; all other purposes, $460.23. 
Sundav-school — Mrs. A. D. Akins, superintendent, Spencerville. Ohio; Charles 
Bohlman, secretary, Spencerville. Ohio. Enrollment 313; average attendance, 
171. Contributed to American Christian Convention. $51.50; all other pur- 
poses. $320.10. 

Christian Endeavor — Chas. C. Richardson, corresponding- secretary. Spencer- 
ville. Ohio. Members — active. 50; associate. 16; honorary, 12; total. 78. Con- 
tributed to Christian Endeavor Department, $7.48. 

VAUGHNSVILLE — No pastor; Rev. Rufus Emmert was pastor last year; Grace 
Hathaway, clerk, Columbus Grove. Ohio. Membership. 200. Church building 
valued at $3,500.00. Parsonag-e valued at $2,500.00. Full time preaching-. 
Contributed to pastoral service. $1,200.00; American Christian Convention, 
$25.00; Foreign Missions, $18.50; Home Missions, $50.50; all other purposes, 
$415.55. 

Sunday-sehool — H. A. Krouse, superintendent, Vaug-hnsville, Ohio; Dale 
Smith,* secretary, Vaug-hnsville, Ohio. Enrollment, 98; average attendance, 
74. Contributed to American Christian Convention, $67.80; all other purposes 
$89.40. 

■WEST CAIRO — Rev. G. B. Garner, pastor; Rev. G. B. Garner was pastor last 
year; D. A. Wood, clerk. West Cairo, Ohio. Membership, 190. Received last 
year, 8. Church building- valued at $4000.00. Parsonag-e valued at $2,000.00. 
Full time preaching. (';ontributed to pastoral service, $1,000.00; Foreign 
Missions, $10.15; Home Missions, $24.53; Education, $4.15; all other purposes, 
$572.38. 

Sunday-school — E. R. Miller, superintendent, West Cairo, Ohio; G. S. Solo- 
mon, secretary. West Cairo Ohio. Enrollment, 135; average attendance, 75. 

WEST MINSTER — Rev. T. C. House, pastor; Rev. C. B. Lusk was pastor last 
year; May Contris, clerk, Harrod, Ohio. R. R. 2. Membership, 31. Church 
building- valued at $3,000.00. One-half time preaching-. Contributed to pas- 
toral service, $400.00; American Christian Convention. $2.50; Foreig-n Mis- 
sions, $5.25; Home Missions. $20.00; Education. $2.00; all other purposes, 
$145.04. 

Sunday-school — John Louthan, superintendent, Harrod, Ohio; Beatrice Creps, 
secretary, Harrod, Ohio. Enrollment, 40; average attendance, 30. Con- 
tributed' to Am3rican Christian Convention, $10.25; all other purposes, 
$149.00. 

WEST UNION — No pastor; Rev. J. W. Garrett, was pastor two months last year; 
Mrs. J. C. Rigdon, clerk, Spencerville, Ohio. Membership, 40. Church build- 
ing valued at $3,000.00. 

Sunday-school — Mrs. J. C. Rigdon, superintendent. Spencerville, Ohio; Miss 
Lois Miller, secretary, Spencerville, Ohio. Enrollment, 70; average attend- 
ance, 40. Contributed to American Christian Convention, $1.45; all other 
purposes. $219.00. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 21; Licentiates. 5; Churches, 30; Membership, 
2,991. Contributions: Pastoral service, $18,265.00; American Christian Con- 



150 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

vention, $169.24; Education, 204.69; Foreig-n Missions, $510.71; Home Missions, 
$668.74; all othei- purposes. $18,280.99. Sunday-schools, 24; Enrollment, 3,123; 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $275.22. Christian Endeavor So- 
cieties, 7; Membership, 288; Contributed to Christian Endeavor Department, 
$10.48. Total contributions reported, $38,385.07. Conference offering- to 
American Christian Convention, $25.00. 

SUNDAY-SCHOOLiS — Condensed report as a supplement to the report as given 
by the individual schools. Of the 28 schools in the conference 24 reported; 
23 schools are open all the year. Ten schools are using- the graded lesson; 
5 schools only in part, whereas, 9 do not use graded lesson, but use the 
International series. Fifteen Cradle Rolls with an enrollment of 227. Six 
Home Departments with ah enrollment of 66. Nine schools reported con- 
versions throug-h the school, 116 being- admitted to the church throug-h this 
source. Forty-seven Org-anized Adult Bible classes; 23 Org-anized Inter- 
inediate classes; 5 Junior classes; 26 Beg-inners classes; 197 teachers. Total 
enrollment, 3,687. Averag-e attendance, 1,525. Monies spent for supplies, 
$2,047.05. Home Missions, $256.84. Foreign Missions, $312.33. Grand total 
for all monies. $3,641.60. 

OHIO CENTRAL 

(Reported by Secretary Fisher) 

Session of 1921 — South Solon, Ohio, Tuesday after the third Sunday in Aug-ust. 
Session of 1922 — Trenton Church. 

Officers — John W. Watson. Marengo. Ohio. R. R. — President. 
Rev. C. S. Bennett, South Solon. Ohio— Vice-President. 
H. R. Fisher. Condit, Ohio — Secretary. 

Department Secretaries — Rev. S. D. Bennett, Jeffersonville, Ohio — Education. 
Rev. H. J. Duckworth, Mt. Sterling. Ohio — Publication. 
Rev. C. S. Bennett, South Solon, Ohio — Missions. 
Rev. C. M. Cox, Lees Creek, Ohio — Sunday-schools. 

Rev. C. A. Tracy, 1813 Broadway Ave., Springfield. Ohio — Christian Endeavor. 
I. W. Sanaft, Broadway, Ohio — P^elief. 
R. W. Fisher, Sunbury, Ohio — Finance. 
Mr. W. H. Alkire, Mt. Sterling-, Ohio — Trustee member of Official Board. 

Trustees — J. W. Watson, Marengo, Ohio, 1924; I. W. Sanaft. Broadwao^, Ohio. 1923; 
Marlon Frantz, Dublin, Ohio, 1922; W. H. Alkire, Mt. Sterling, Ohio, 1926; 
T. E. Riddle, Mt. Sterling, Ohio, 1925. 
Rev. Henry Crampton, Mt. Sterling, Ohio — Field Secretary. 

Minister.s — Hagans, J. B., 32 S. Liberty St., Delaware, 
Bennett, C. S., South Solon. Ohio. Ohio. „ „, ., , o^ ir ,^ ^ 

Bennett. S. A.. South Solon. Ohio. ^^'\7'- '^- ^- ^^ Shackford, St., Eastport. 

Bennett, S. D., Jeffersonville, Ohio, R. R. 2. „ ,. ,^^\ i, c c* a o ii x> * r 

Bricker. John W., Mt. Sterling, Ohio. Halfaker, John S.. Sta. A., Russell, Route 5, 

Caris, A. G., Defiance, Ohio. ^ Columbus. Ohio. 

Chrisman. B. H., Centerburg. Ohio. m Tv t 7q^7%^'\ ^^V^," ^k ^- n>.- 

Clarridge. Pleasant, Mt. Sterling, Ohio. Nutt E J 797 Park St.. Columbus Ohio 

Cox, ^ancy M.. Lees Creek, Ohio. Smift J. M., 753 E. Fourth St., Chilhcothe. 
Crampton. Henry. Mt. Sterling. Ohio. Ohio. . 

Duckworth. H. J.. Mt. Sterling. Ohio. ^''^''J'.p- r^V ^^^^ Broadway Ave., Spnn«- 
Forsythe, John W., Raymond, Ohio. "<^">' ""»«• 

Chiireb, Pastor, Clerk, Offerings, Organizations 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

ANTIOCH — Rev. H. J. Duckworth, pastor; Rev. H. J. Duckworth was pastor last 
year: Mrs. R. C. Reay, clerk. Mt. Sterling, Ohio, R. R. 1. Membership, 40. 
Received lajst year, 2. Church building valued at $1,000.00. One-half time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $163.00; American Christian Con- 
vention, $2.00; Home Missions, $3.00. 

Sunday-school — Mrs. Anna Brown, superintendent, Mt. Sterling, Ohio; Freda 
W^iekell, secretary, Mt. Sterling, Ohio. Enrollment, 47; average attendance, 22. 

BOOKWAIiTER — No pastor. Rev. Simon Bennett was pastor last year; W. L.. 
Erwin, clerk, Jeffersonville, Ohio. Membership. 38. Church building valued 
at $2,000.00. One-half time preajching. Contributed to Education, $3.15. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 

CENTERVILiLiE — No pastor; Rev. J. W. Forsythe was pastor last year; Thelma 
Jones, clerk. Lees Creek, Ohio. Membership, 235. Church building valued at 
$3,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastorajl service. $600.00; 
all other purposes, $9.00. 
Sunday-school — Homer Snow, superintendent. Lees Creek, Ohio; Oriel Adams. 



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secretary, New Vienna, Ohio. Enrollment, 100; average attendance, 65. Con- 
tributed to Sunday-school Department, $5.00; all other purposes, $73.00. 

COLUMBUS — No pastor; Rev. A. M. Hainer was pastor last year; Miss Nellie 
Caxldington, clerk, 1111 Hunter Ave., Columbus, Ohio. Membership, 116. Re- 
ceived last year, 18. Church building valued at $25,000.00. Full time preach- 
ing. Contributed to pastoral service, $1575.00; American Christian Convention, 
$15.08; Foreign Missions, $54.00; Home Missions, $50.37; Education, $56.00; 
Relief, $105.55. 

Smiday-school — V. B. Caris, superintendent, 77 W. Maynard Ave., Columbus, 
Ohio; Albert Lamb, secretary, 1257 Pennsylvania Ave., Columbus, Ohio. En- 
rollment, 170; average attendance, 87. Contributed to all other purposes, 
$151.35. 

Christian Endeavor — Charles Cran, Jr., president. Highland and Fifth Ave., 
Columbus, Ohio; Grace Slater, corresponding secretary, 87 W. Fifth Ave. 
Members — active, 28. 

FIVE POINTS — Rev. Herman A. Lewis, pastor; No pastor last year; Mr. C. E. 
Dick, clerk, Mt. Sterling, Ohio. One-half time preaching. Contributed to all 
other purposes, $3.00. 

Sunday-school — Joseph Clarridge, superintendent, Mt. Sterling, Ohio; Miss 
Belle "VVinfough, secretary, Mt. Sterling, Ohio. Enrollment, 140; average at- 
tendance, 70. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $5.00; all other 
purposes, $9.00. 

MILFORD CENTER — Rev. J. B. Hagans, pastor; Rev. C. J. Gasdorf was pastor 
last year; Mrs. Elizabeth Goff, clerk, Milford Center, Ohio, Membership, 107; 
Received last year, 10. Church building valued at $2,000.00. One-half time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $317.57; American Christian Con- 
vention, $2.00; Foreign Missions, $9.00; Education, $3.00. 

Sunday-school — Tell Reed, superintendent, Milford Center, Ohio; Miss Ruth 
Fadely, secretary, Milford Center, Ohio. Enrollment, 50; average attendance, 
38. Contributed to all other purposes, $25.00. 

JWT. STERLING — Rev. Herman A. Lewis, pastor; Rev. Henry Crampton was 
pastor last year; Mr. A. S. Alkire, clerk, Mt. Sterling, Ohio. Membership, 286. 
Church building valued at $20,000.00. Parsonage valued at $3,500.00. Full 
time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,000.00; Foreign Missions, 
$30.00; Home Missions, $56.00; Education, $18.00; all other purposes, $170.00. 
Sunday-school — A. S. Thomas, superintendent, Mt. Sterling, Ohio; Scott Mc- 
Cofferty, secretary, Mt. Sterling, Ohio. Enrollment, 140; average attendance, 90. 

PLEASANT GROVE — No pastor; Rev. G. W. Foltz was pastor last year; S. L. 
Williams, clerk, Kenton, Ohio, R. R. 8. Membership, 30. Church building 
valued at $2,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral ser- 
vice, $400.00; Foreign Missions, $3.00; Relief, $11.00. 

Sunday-school — Paxil Seller, superintendent, Mt. Victory, Ohio; Miss Ruth 
Predmore, secretary, Mt. Victory, Ohio. Enrollment, 85. Contributed to 
Sunday-school Department, $1.50. 

RAYMOND — No pastor; Rev. J. W. Forsythe was pastor Isudt year; Claud J. For- 
sythe, clerk, Raymond, Ohio. Membership, 83. Received last year, 2. Church 
building valued at $3,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastor- 
al service, $400.00; all other purposes, $9.50. 

Sunday-school — Burnis Bushong, superintendent. East Liberty, Ohio; Letha 
Bushcng, secretary, Peoria, Ohio. Enrollment, 125; average attendance, 65. 

SOUTH SOLON — Rev. Fred G. Strickland, pastor; Rev. Fred G. Strickland was 
pastor last year; Arthur L. Huffman, clerk, South Solon, Ohio. Membership, 
76. Received last year, 5. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $800.00; Foreign Missions, $9.20; Home Missions, $14.79; Education 
$11.99; all other purposes, $21.64. 

Sunday-school — C. C. Rowand, superintendent, South Solon, Ohio; Tressa 
Gossard, secretary. South Solon, Ohio. Enrollment, 139; average attendance, 
82. Contributed to all other purposes, $22.78. 
Christian Endeavor — (No report.) 

SOUTH VIENNA — No pastor; Rev. J. S. Halfaker was pastor last year; Miss Mary 
L. "Wilson, clerk. South Vienna, Ohio. Membership, 100. Church building- 
valued at $300.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$341.00; American Christian Convention, $5.00; Foreign Missions, $25.00; Home 
Missions, $30.00; Education, $25.00; all other purposes, $19.50. 
Sunday-school — L. M. Finch, superintendent, South Viennas Ohio; Edna Slagel, 
secretary. South Vienna, Ohio. Enrollment, 131; average attendance, 80. Con- 
tributed to Sunday-school department, $3.00; all other purposes, $38.70. 
Christian Endeavor — IMrs. Nellie Jones, president. South Vienna, Ohio; Mar- 
jorie Clark, corresponding secretary. South Vienna, Ohio. 



152 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

SUMMERP^ORD — No pastor; No pastor last year; Hattie Y. Overturf, clerk, Lon- 
don, Ohio, R. R. 7. 

Snnday-.scliool — Mr. Prug^h Overturf, superintendent, London, Ohio, R. R. 7; 
Alice Wallace, secretary, London, Ohio, R. R. 2. Enrollment, 69; average at- 
tendance, 30. Contributed to all other purposes, $29.00. 

TRENTON — Rev. R. H'. Long, pastor; Rev. R. H. Long was pastor last year; R. 
W. Fisher, clerk, Sunbury, Ohio. Membership, 86. Received last year, 2. 
Church building valued at $2,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $400.00; American Christian Convention, $50.00; Foreign 
Missions, $42.35; Home Missions, $60.00; Education, $10.00; Relief, $20.00; all 
other purposes, $89.50. 

Sunday-school — Everett Miller, superintendent, Sunbury, Ohio; Merwin Fish- 
er, secretary, Sunbury, Ohio, R. R. 2. Enrollment, 40; average attendance, 
30. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $3.50; all other purposes, $20.00. 

WATKINS — No pastor; Rev. J. B. Hagans was pastor last year; Mrs. H. H. Gordon, 
clerk, MaiTsville, Ohio, R. R. 2. Membership, 200. Received last year, 2. 
Church building valued at $800.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $468.00; Home Missions, $4.50; all other purposes, $66.81. 
Sunday-soliool — Marion Haggard, superintendent, Marysville, Ohio, R. R. 2; 
Thelma Owens, secretary, Marysville, Ohio, R. R. 2. Enrollment, 80; average 
attendance, 50. Contributed to all other purposes, $4.50. 

WILLIAIHSPORT — No pastor; No pastor last year; Jennie Glazier, clerk, Wil- 
liamsport, Ohio. Contributed to all other purposes, $5.00. 

WI1.SON CHAPEL — Rev. J. B. Hagans, pastor; Rev. J. B. Hagans was pastor last 
year; Ethel M. Madder, clerk. South Vienna, Ohio. iMembei'ship, 150. Re- 
ceived last year, 5. Church building valued at $3,000.00. One-half time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $450.00; Education, $1.08. 
Sumlay-sehool — AVilbert Wilson, superintendent, London, Ohio, R. R. 1; Helen 
M. Wilson, secretary. South Charleston, Ohio, R. R. 1. Enrollment, 40; aver- 
age attendance, 20. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $5.00; all 
other purposes, $ .50. 

^'OODSTOCK — Rev. J. B. Hagans, pastor; Supply pastor last year; Miss Fannie 
Smith, clerk, Woodstock, Ohio. Membership, 15. Full time preaching. 
Sunday-school — O. E. Ogden, superintendent, Woodstock, Ohio; Hubert 
Warner, secretary, Woodstoclv, Ohio. Average attendance, 40. Contributed 
to all other purposes, $6.95. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 18; Churches, 17; Membership, 1,562. Contribu- 
tions: Pastoial service, $6,914.57; American Christian Convention, $74.08; 
Education, $128.22; Foreign :Missions, $172.55; Home ISIissions, $218.66; Relief, 
$136.55; all other purposes, $393.95. Sunday-schools, 15; Enrollment, 1,356; 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department. $23.00. Christian Endeavor So- 
cieties, 2; Membership, 28. Total contributions reported, $8,061.58. Confer- 
ence offering to American Christian Convention, $13.00. 

OHIO EASTERN 

(Reported by Secretary Lewis) 

Session of 1921 — Langsville, Ohio. 
Session of 1922 — Columbia Chapel. 

Officers — Rev. John L. Porter, Garfield Ave., Gallipolis, Ohio — President. 
Rev. W. E. Ewing, Rio Grande, Ohio — Vice-President. 
Rev. Herman A. Lewis, Mt. Sterling, Ohio — Secretary. 
S. Earl Craft, Hamden, Ohio — Assistant Secretary. 
Rev. Samuel Lewis, Bladen, Ohio — Field Secretary. 

Trustees — W. S. Wollett, 1926; Jesse Lewis, 1925; A. A. Devol, 1924; W. A. Grimes. 
1923; W. H. H. Boster, 1922. 

Ministers — Licentiates — 

Briley. C. S., Murray, Ohio. Ball. Arza, Joy, Ohio. 

Cancde, J. W., Carpenter, Ohio. Lanier, Chas., 320 E. Tiffin St., Fostoria, O. 

Cardwell, W. W., Fostoria, Ohio. Mart, F. B., Crown City, Ohio, R. R. 2. 

Ewing, W. E., Rio Grande, Ohio. Mossman, Scott, Gallipolis, Ohio, R. R. 1. 

Lewis, Herman A., Mt. Sterling-, Ohio. Robb, J. F.. 189 Friesner Ave., Logan, Ohio. 

Lewis, Samuel, Bladen, Ohio. Russell, I. M., Vinton, Ohio, R. R. 1. 

McCoy, G. F., Vinton, Ohio. Souders, Lawrence. Logan, Ohio. 

Myers, W. P., Rio Grande, Ohio. Wogran, Vinton, Sharp.sburg, Ohio. 

Porter, John L., Garfie'd Ave.. Galilipolis, O. Weatherby, Lelah, Pratts Fork, Ohio, R. 

Trowbridge, Jacob, Haydenville, Ohio. R. 1. 

Warrenei-, Wm. J., Athens, Ohio. 



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Church, Pastor, Clerk, Offerings, Organizations 

(Offering-s October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

ANTIOCH — Rev. Scott Mossman. pastor; Rev. W. E. Ewing- was pa.stor last year; 
Clem C. Wilcox, clerk, Vinton, Ohio. Membership, 95. Received last year, 12. 
Church building- valued at $1,000.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $20.t.00. 

Sunday-school — Lew Jones, superintendent, Vinton, Ohio; Hazel McNeal, sec- 
retary, Alice, Ohio. Enrollment, 74; average attendance, 40. Contributed to 
all other purposes, $32.00. 

BAILEY — No pastor; No pastor last year; W. W. Roadamone, clerk, Thivener, 
Ohio. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 

BtTLAVILLiE — Rev. W. E. Ewing, pastor; Rev. W. E. Ewing was pastor last year: 
Frances L. Hern, clerk, Gaflipolis, Ohio, R. R. 2. Membership, 75. Received 
last year, 2. Church building valued at $2,000.00. One-fourth time preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $180.00; Foreign Missions, $3.75. 
Sunday-school — O. E. George, superintendent, Gallipolis, Ohio, R. R. 2; Mrs. 
B. N. Price, secretary, Gallipolis, Ohio, R. R. 2. Enrollment, 85; average at- 
tendance, 50. Contributed to all other purposes, $39.75. 

CAMPAIGN — Rev. F. B. Mart, pastor; Rev. F. B. Mart was pastor last year; Carrie 
E. White, clerk, Vinton, Ohio, R. R. 2. Membership, 64. Received last year, 
16. Church building valued at $500.00. One-fourth time preaching-. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $95.00; Home Missions, $2.42; all other purposes, 
$17.00. 

Sunday-school — Dwight K Strausbaugh, superintendent, Vinton, Ohio, R. R. 1; 
Velma Edmunson, secretary, Vinton, Ohio, R. R. 1. Enrollment, 50; average 
attendance, 30. Contributed to all other purposes, $20.00. 

COES CHAPEIi — Rev. MV. B. Ewing, pastor; Rev. W. E. Ewing was pastor last 
year; Allen Devol, clerk, Nelsonville, Ohio, R. R. 4. Membership, 55. Re- 
ceived last year, 8. Church building valued at $2,000.00. One-fourth time 
preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, $289.00; Home Missions, $14.00. 
Sunday-school— Mr. Flave Clark, superintendent, Nelsonville, Ohio, R. R. 4; 
Mrs. Frank Lehman, secretary, Nelsonville, Ohio, R. R. 4. Enrollment, 75; 
average attendance, 40. Contributed to all other purposes, $130.19. 

COIiUMBIA — Rev. F. G. Strickland, pastor; Rev. F. G. Strickland was pastor last 
year; Netta Gregory, clerk. Carpenter, Ohio. Membership, 73. Received last 
year, 1. Church building valued at $1,000.00. One-fourth time preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $240.00. 

Sunday-school — J. W. Canode, superintendent. Carpenter, Ohio; J. F. Burch- 
field, secretary, Carpenter, Ohio. Enrollment, 82; average attendance, 56. 
Christian Endeavor — Wesley Gregory, president. Carpenter, Ohio, R. R. 1. 

COOKS — No pastor; Rev. Jacob Trowbridg-e was pastor last year; Mrs. Maria 
Patton, clerk, Nelsonville, Ohio, R. R. 2. Membership, 6. Church building 
valued at $500.00. One-fourth time preaching. 

Sunday-school — Mrs. Rosie "Weigand, superintendent. Nelsonville, Ohio, R. R. 
2; Mrs. Maria Patton, secretary, Nelsonville, Ohio, R. R. 2. Enrollment, 37. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $25.20. 

CORIVEL,IlTS — No pastor; Rev. Ed Dean was pastor last year; Faye Taylor, clerk, 
Creola. Ohio. Membership, 15. Received last year, 1. Church building valued 
at $1,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$102.67. 

Sunday-school — Miss Faye Taylor, superintendent, Creola. Ohio; Mrs. Ben 
Steele, secretary, Creola, Ohio. Enrollment, 25; average attendance, 15. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $15.75. 

DEXTER — Rev. F. G. Stricklaind, pastor; Rev. G. F. McCoy was pastor last year; 
J. R. Folden, clerk, Dexter, Ohio, R. R. 1. Membership, 30. Received last year, 
3. Church building valued at $500.00. One-fourth time preaching. Con- 
tributed to Foreign Missions, $2.50. 

Sunday-school — D. H. Beckley, superintendent. Dexter, Ohio; Neva Nelson, 
secretary. Dexter, Ohio. Enrollment, 47; average attendance, 31. Contributed 
to all other purposes, $16.05. 

DIAMOND — Rev. Jacob Trowbridge, pastor: Rev. Jacob Trowbridge was pastor 
last year; Maiy Evans, clerk, Nelsonville, Ohio, R. R. 2. Membership, 30. 
Received last year, 18. Church building valued at $2,500.00. One-half time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $66.37; Foreign Missions, $4.00; 
Home Missions, $6.60. 

Sunday-school — W. AV. Skiver, superintendent. Haydenville, Ohio; Goldie E. 
Evans, secretary, Nelsonville, Ohio, R. R. 2. Enrollment, 59; average attend- 
ance, 30. Contributed to all other purposes, $52.83. 



154 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

ELIZABETH — Rev. W. E. Ewing-, pastor; Rev. John L. Porter was pastor last 
year; S. A. Cottrell, clerk, Thivener, Ohio. Membership, 100. Church building- 
valued at $1,800.00. One-fourth time preaching. 

Sunday-school — S. A. Cottrell, superintendent, Thivener, Ohio; Herman 
Brucker, secretary, Thivener, Ohio. Enrollment, 60; averag-e attendance, 40. 

PAIRVIE\^' — Rev. F. B. Mart, pastor; Rev. F. B. Mart was pastor last year; J. T. 
Pyles, clerk. Patriot, Ohio, R. R. 1. Membership, 70. Church building valued 
at $800.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$54.80; American Christian Convention, $1.00; Foreig-n Missions, $0.50; Home 
Missions, $0.50. 

Sunday-school — J. T. Pyles, superintendent. Patriot, Ohio; Jos. L. Myers, sec- 
retary, Wilgus, Ohio. Average attendance, 10. Contributed to all other 
purposes, $9.66. 

GRAHAM — Rev. F. B. Mart, pastor; Rev. G. F. McCoy was pastor last year; J. W. 
Holland, clerk, Athens, Ohio, R. R. 7. Membership, 87. Received last year, 2. 
Church building valued at $1,200.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $180.00; American Christian Convention, $3.00; Home Mis- 
sions, $4.00; Education, $6.25; Relief, $4.35; all other purposes, $86.50. 
Sunday-.school — Mrs. A. M. Weatherby, superintendent, Athens, Ohio, R. R. 7; 
J. W. Holland, secretary, Athens, Ohio, R. R. 7. Eniollment, 85; average 
attendance, 50. 

LANGSA'ILiliE — Rev. Arza Ball, pastor; Rev. John L. Porter was pastor last year; 
R. F. Whitmere, clerk, Langsville, Ohio. Membership, 75. Church building 
valued at $1,000.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $150.00; American Christian Convention. $2.00; Foreig-n Missions, $3.00; 
Home Missions, $5.00; all other purposes, $142.50. 

Sunilay-school — R. F. Whitmere, superintendent, Langsville, Ohio; Melanie 
Longstreth, secretarj', Langsville, Ohio. Enrollment, 74; average attendance, 
42. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $2.00; all other purposes, 
$75.06. 

LIBERTY — Rev. Scott Mossman. pastor; Rev. F. B. Mart was pastor last year; 
N. A. Warren, clerk, Bladen, Ohio, R. R. 1. Membership, 115. Received last 
year, 2. Church building valued at $1,200.00. One-fourth time preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $50.00; Foreign Missions, $0.50; Home Mis- 
sions, $3.00; all other purposes, $60.20. 

Sunday-school — J. Blazer, superintendent, Bladen, Ohio; Belva Johnson, 
secretary, Bladen, Ohio. Enrollment, 63. Contributed to all other purposes, 
$6.96. 

LITTIiE KYGER — Rev. Scott Mossman, pastor; Rev. Scott Mossman was pastor 
last year; Scott Mossman, clerk, Gallipolis, Ohio, R. R. 1. Membership, 49. 
Received last year, 10. Church building valued at $800.00. One-half time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $77.86; American Christian Con- 
vention, $5.75; Foreign Missions, $5.00; Home Missions, $4.00; Relief, $90.00; 
all other purposes, $127.15. 

Snnday-schiool — Scott Mossman, superintendent, Gallipolis, Ohio, R. R. 1; Vilas 
Kail, .secretary, Cheshire, Ohio. Enrollment, 72; average attendance, 42. 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $6.85; all other purposes, $43.55. 
Christian Endeavor — Miss Ida Thomas, president, Cheshire, Ohio, R. R. 1; Miss 
Faye Fisher, corresponding- secretary, Cheshire, Ohio, R. R. 1. Members, 31. 

LOGAN — Rev. Lawrence Sanders, pastor; Rev. Will McDaniel was pastor last 
year; Jacob Robb, clerk, 189 Friesner Ave., Logan, Ohio. Membership, 62. 
Received last year, 13. Church building- valued at $1,200.00. Full time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $290.65; all other purposes, $131.40. 
Sunday-school — Geo. B. Hooper, superintendent, 375 Mulberry St., Logan, Ohio. 
Gertrude Chillicoat, secretary, Logan, Ohio. Enrollment, 50; average attend- 
ance, 40. Contributed to all other purposes, $55.00. 

MACEDONIA — No pastor; Rev. John L. Porter was pastor last year; W. H. H. 
Boster. clerk, Gallipolis, Ohio, R. R. 4. Membership, 75. Church building 
valued at $1,500.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $65.00; Foreign Missions, $4.00; all other purposes, $80.00. 
Sunday-school — W. C. Haskins, superintendent, Gallipolis, Ohio, R. R. 4; Irma 
Lewis, secretary. Gallipolis, Ohio. R. R. 4. Enrollment, 54; average attend- 
ance, 18. Contributed to all other purposes, $16.00. 

MORGAN — Rev. Lelah Weatherby, pastor; Rev. Samuel Lewis was pastor last 
year; A. M. Grover, clerk, Bidwell. Ohio. Membership, 79. One-fourth time 
preaching. Contributed to Foreign Missions, $3.00; all other purposes, $100.00. 
Sunday-school — Raymond Grover, superintendent, Bidwell, Ohio; Helen 
Grover, secretary, Bidwell, Ohio. Enrollment, 37; average aetendance, 20. 
Contributed to all other purpo.ses, $19.00. 



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MOUND HILL — No pastor; No pastor last year; Mrs. A. J. Kuhns, clerk, Trimble, 
Ohio. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 

MT. VALLEY — Rev. Scott Mossman, pastor; Rev. W. M. Robison was pastor last 
year; E. C. Sims, clerk. South Side, W. Va. Membership, 16. Received last 
year, 4. Church building valued a-t $1,500.00. One-fourth time preaching-. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $72.00. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 

HIT. ZION, HOCKING CO Rev. W. E. Ewing, pastor; Rev. W. E. Ewing was 

pastor last year; W. S. Wallett, clerk, Nelsonville, Ohio. Membership, 138. 
Church building valued at $2,000.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $264.00; American Christian Convention, $5.00; Foreign 
Missions, $22.50; Home Missions, $21.00; Education, $9.00; all other purposes, 
$74.10. 

Sunday-school — J. M. Sanner, superintendent, Nelsonville, Ohio, R. R. 2; 
Walter Sanner, secretary, Nelsonville, Ohio, R. R. 2. Enrollment, 65; average 
attendance, 23. Contributed to all other purposes, $28.96. 

MT. ZION, MORGAN CO. — Rev Vinton Wogan, pastor; Rev. Arza Ball was pastor 
last year; Mrs. Stella C. Grimes, clerk, Sharpsburg, Ohio. Membership, 52. 
Church building valued at $1,000.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service. $55.00; Home Missions, $1.00. 

Sunday-school — Mrs. Robt. Brown, superintendent, Joy, Ohio; H. S. Hallowell, 
secretary, Chesterhill, Ohio. Enrollment, 35; average attendance, 14. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $12.15. 

OKEY — Rev. F. B. Mart, pastor; Rev. Frank B. Mart was pastor last year; J. E. 
Saunders, clerk, Lecta, Ohio. Membership, 163. Received last year, 5. Church 
building valued at $1,000.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral pastoral service, $83.34; American Christian Convention, $10.00. 
Sunday-school — Jeptha Peters, superintendent, Lecta, Ohio; Esta Kreger, sec- 
retary, Lecta, Ohio. Enrollment, 48; average attendance, 34. 

PLEASANT RIDGE — No pastor; Rev. Robert Gearls was pastor last year; Jerome 
Latta. clerk, Glouster, Ohio, R. R. 4. Membership, 30. Church building valued 
at $1,200.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$204.35; all other purposes, $10.00. 

Sunday-school — Clyde Marshall, superintendent, Glouster, Ohio. R. R. 4; Lethel 
Post, secretary, Glouster, Ohio, R. R. 4. Enrollment, 60; average attendance, 
35. Contributed to all other purposes, $140.00. 

UNION — (No report.) 

Sunday-.school — John H. McCarley, superintendent, Glenn, Ohio; Belford L. 
McCarley, secretary, Glenn, Ohio. Enrollment, 22; average attendance, 10. 

■WRIGHTSTOWN — Rev. J. L. Porter, pastor; Rev. Arza Ball was pastor last year; 
M. L. Dulaney, clerk, Amesville, Ohio. Membership, 49. Church building 
vahied at $1,000.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $77.20; Education, $4.00. 

Sunday-school — M. L. Dulaney, superintendent, Amesville, Ohio; Edith Fadres, 
secretary, Glouster, Ohio, R. R. 3. Enrollment, 50; average attendance, 30. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 11; Licentiates, 9; Churches, 27; Membership, 
1,603. Contributions: Pastoral service, $2,802.24; American Christian Conven- 
tion, $26.75; Education, $19.25; Foreign Missions, $48.75; Home Missions, 
$61.52; Relief, $94.35; all other purposes. $828.85. Sunday-schools, 27; Enroll- 
ment. 1,309. Contributed to Sunday-school Department. $8.85. Christian En- 
deavor Societies. 2; Membership, 31. Total contributions reported, $3,890.56. 
Conference offering to American Christian Convention, $12.00. 



SCIOTO VALLEY 

(Reported by Secretary Crain) 
Session of 1921 — Locks. 
Session of 1922 — Pleasant Valley, Scioto Co. 

Officers — Rev. Asa A. Canter, 4261 Oak St., Portsmouth, Ohio, Station A — President. 
Rev. J. E. Shreves, 4206 Cedar St., Portsmouth, Ohio, Station A — Vice- 
President. 
F. M. Crain, Higby, Ohio, R. R. 1 — Secretary. 

Jonathon George, Higby, Ohio, R. R. 1 — Assistant Secretary. 
Rev. James Maple, Richmondale, Ohio, R. R. 1 — Treasurer. 
Rev. G. M. Maple, Richmondale, Ohio — Member of Executive Board. 



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THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 



Ministers — 

Bethel, James, Tarlton, Ohio. 
Blake, W. T., Higrby, Ohio, R. R. 1. 
Canter, A. A., 4261 Oak St., Portsmouth, 

Ohio, Station A. 
Cotterill, George, Chillicothe, Ohio, R. R. 6. 
Grain, F. M.. Higby, Ohio, R. R. 1. 
Donaldson, A. G., Circleville, Ohio. 
Maple, G. M., Richmondale, Ohio. 
Maple, .lames, Richmondale, Ohio, R. R. 1. 
McCorkle, William, Higby, Ohio, R. R. 1. 



Palmer, P. S., Richmondale, Ohio, R. R. 1. 
Payton, James, Higby, Ohio, R. R. 1. 
Sharp, A. J., Berlin Cross Roads, Ohio. 
Shreves, J. E., 4206 Cedar St., Portsmouth, 

Ohio, Station A. 
Shull, Andy, Waverly, Ohio, R. R. 3. 
Sinift, George, 60 Brownell St., Chillicothe, 

Ohio. 
Thompson, W. P., Wellston, Ohio, R. R. 3. 
Tyler, W. G., Gallia, Ohio. 
Wolfe, F. R., Portsmouth, Ohio, Station A. 



Church, Pastor, Clerk, Offerings, OrganizatioiiM 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

MILLDALiK CHAPEL — Rev. J. E. Shreves, pastor; Rev. J. E. Shreves was pastor 
last year; Nellie Adkins, clerk, Portsmouth, Ohio, Station A. Membership, 13. 
Church building valued at fl.OOO.OO. One-half time preaching-. 
Sundny-.school — Jacob Willis, superintendent, Portsmouth, Ohio, Station A; 
Nellie Adkins, secretary, Portsmouth, Ohio, Station A. 

NEW' BOSTON — Rev. J. E. Shreves, pastor; Rev. J. E. Shreves w^as pastor last 
year; John Tackett, clerk, Portsmouth, Ohio Station A. Membership, 59. 
Received last year, 14. Church building valued at $1,200.00. Full time preach- 
ing. Contributed to pastoral service, $321.30. 

Sunday-.school — Asa A. Canter, superintendent, 4261 Oak St., Portsmouth, Ohio, 
Station A; Cora Benner, secretary, 4210 Cedar St., Portsmouth, Ohio, Station 
A. Enrollment, 2.55; average attendance, 75. Contributed to all other pur- 
poses, $115.02. 

PLEASANT HILL — Rev. W. G. Tyler, pastor; Rev. W. G. Tyler was pastor last 
year; Orland Willes, clerk, Richmondale, Ohio, R. R. 1. Membership, 12. Re- 
ceived last year, 8. Church building valued at $800.00. One-fourth time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $71.38; all other purposes, $17.00. 
Sunday-school — Ripley Wishon, superintendent, Richmondale, Ohio, R. R. 1; 
E. C. Overly, secretary, Richmondale, Ohio, R. R. 1. Enrollment, 42; average 
attendance, 31. Contributed to all other purposes, $5.00. 

PLEASANT VALLEY — Rev. Asa A. Canter, pastor; Rev. Asa A. Canter was pastor 
last year; Edna, Shunkwiler, clerk, Lucasville, Ohio, R. R. 4. Membership, 26. 
One-fourth time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $84.13; all other 
purposes, $12.00. 
Sun«iay-.*ichooi — (No leport.) 

SCIOTO A'ALLEY — Rev. G. M. Maple, pastor: Rev. G. M. Maple was pastor last 
year; P. M. Crain, clerk, Higby, Ohio, R. R. 1. Membership, 35. Received 
last year, 13. Church building valued at $800.00. One-fourth time preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $58.12; all other purposes, $27.00. 
Sunday-school — G. W. Baird, superintendent, Higby, Ohio, R. R. 1; Leora 
Hartley, secretary, Higby, Ohio, R. R. 1. Enrollment, 77; average attendance, 
47. Contributed to all other purposes, $36.26. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 18; Churches, 5; Membership, 145. Contributions: 
Pastoral service. $534.93; all other purposes, $56.00. Sunday-schools, 5; En- 
rollment, 374. Total contributions reported, $5S0.93. Conference offering to 
American Christian Convention, $3.35. 



OHIO 

(Reported by Secretary Tennant) 

Session 1921 — Meadow Run, Pike County, Church. 
Session 1922 — Glen Nell, Jackson County, Church. 

Officers — Rev. Asa O. Goff, Omega, Ohio^ — President. 

Rev. Fred Richards, Jackson, Ohio, R. R. 4 — Vice-President. . 
Callie A. Tenant, Coalton, Ohio — R. R. 1. — Secretary. 
W. C. Traphagan, Hamden, Ohio — Treasurer. 

Trustees — E. C. Clement, WaverlyrOhio, R. R. 4; W. C. Traphagan, Hamden, Ohio; 
A. A. Cooper, Ray, Ohio, R. R. 1; John A. Dempsey, Ray. Ohio, R. R. 1. 



Ministers — 

Bennett, Peter, Jackson, Ohio, R. R. 
Butler, Anthony. WeHston, Ohio. 
Evans, P. T., Chillier/the, Ohio, R. R. 8. 
Goff, Asa, Omega, Ohio. 
Hutchison, George, Byer, Ohio. 



Messer, John, Wellston, Ohio. 
McDonald, George, Coalton, Ohio. 
MiUikin, H. A. 

Millner, Daniel, Jackson, Ohio, R. R. 4. 
N erman, S. N., Jackson, Ohio, R. R. 4. 
Richards, Fred, Jackson, Ohio, R. R. 4. 



THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 157 



Church, Pastor, Clerk, Oflferings, Organizations 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

ANTIOCH, JACKSON CO. — No pastor; No pastor last year; Mrs. E. O. Shenard, 
clerk Jackson, Ohio, R. R. 1. Membership, 20. Received last year, 5. Church 
building valued at $800.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $28.00; all other purposes, $25.00. 

Sunday-school — Edw^ard Morris, superintendent, Oak Hill, Ohio, R. R. 4; Ina 
Eubanks, secretary. Oak Hill, Ohio, R. R. 4. Enrollment, 35; average attend- 
ance, 30. Contributed to all other purposes, $11.11. 

ANTONIS, ROSS CO. — No pastor; Rev. R. T. Evans was pastor last year; A. C. 
Hatfield, clerk, Antonis, Ohio, Ross Co. Membership, 10. Church building 
valued at $500.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $50.00; all other purposes, 
$5.00. 

Sunday-school — A. C. Hatfield, superintendent, Antonis, Ross Co., Ohio; Rich- 
ard Leatherwood, secretary, A.ntonis, Ross Co., Ohio. Enrollment, 33; average 
attendance, 20. Contributed to all other purposes, $15.25. 

COIiUIttBIA — No pastor; Rev. Fred Richards was pastor last year; Edna Rippeth, 
clerk, Coalton, Ohio, R. R. 1. Membership, 62. Contributed to all other pur- 
poses, $2.00. 

FAIR VIEW, JACKSON CO. — Rev. George Hutchison, pastor; Rev. George Hutchi- 
son was pastor last vear; Callie Tennant, clerk, Coalton, Ohio. Membership. 
23 Church building valued at $1,000.00. Preaching once a month. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service. $60.00; all other purposes, $175.00. 
Sunday-school — John A. Dempsey, superintendent, Ray, Ohio, R. R. 1; Ger- 
trude Speakman, secretary, Ray, Ohio, R. R. 1. Enrollment, 45; average at- 
tendance, 34 with home department. Contributed to all other purposes, $36.75. 

GLEN NELIi, JACKSON CO. — Rev. H. A. Millikin, pastor; Rev. H. A. Millikin was 
pastor last year; Harley R. Dixon, clerk, Wellston, Ohio, R. R. 1. Member- 
ship, 25. Received last year, 19. Church building valued at $500.00. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes,- $23.00. 

JEFFERSON' — No pastor; Rev. S. N. Nierman was pastor last year; Henry Reese, 
clerk, Oak Hill, Ohio, R. R. 1. 

MADISON — Rev. S. N. Nierman was pastor last year. Membership, 17. 

MEADOW RUN, PIKE CO. — Rev. Asa Goff, pastor; Rev. Asa Goff was pastor last 
year; Mrs. Nelson, clerk, Waverly, Ohio. Received last year, 12. Preaching 
once a month. Contributed to pastoral service, $170.00; all other purposes. 
$121.85. 

Sunday-school — George Theobalt, superintendent, Waverly, Ohio; Mary An- 
derson, secretary, "Waverly, Ohio. Average aittendance. 35. Contributed to 
all other purposes, $12.00. 

PLEASANT VALLEY, ROSS CO. — No pastor; No pastor last year; (1921) Eliza 
Seymours, clerk, Byer, Ohio. 

Sunday-school — Mrs. Ethel Bolles, superintendent, Gillespieville, Ohio, R. R. 3; 
Wilma Bolles, secretary, Gillespieville, Ohio, R. R. 3. Enrollment, 39. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $4.26. 

TRIUMPH, VINTON CO. — No pastor; Rev. George Hutchison was pastor last year; 
J. R. Watts, clerk, Ray, Ohio. Membership, 20. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $60.00; all other purposes, $2.00. 

Sunday-scTiool — Shepherd Farmer, superintendent, Ray, Ohio; James R. Watts, 
secretary, Ray, Ohio. Enrollment, 34; average attendance, 20. Contributed to 
all other purposes, $5.00. 

SLTMMARY — Ordained ministers, 11; Churches, 10; Membership, 177. Contribu- 
tions: Pastoral service, $368.00; all other purposes, $353.85. Sunday-schools. 6; 
Enrollment, 186. Total contributions reported, $721.85. 

SOUTHERN OHIO 

Session of 1921 — Antioch Church. 

Session of 1922 — Bible Chapel (Hamersville) 

Officers — Hon. B. E. Gardner, Bethel, Ohio — President. 

Rev. W. V. Miller, Lynchburg, Ohio — Vice-President. 
Rev. A. J. Bowman, Georgetown, Ohio— Secretary. 

Departnu-nt Secretaries — Rev. A. G. Bagby, Bethel, Ohio — Education. 
Rev. W. A. AVarner, Higginsport, Ohio — Publications. 
Rev. John D. King, Bethel, Ohio — Finance. 



158 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

Sherman Taylor, Westboro, Ohio — Sunday-schools. 

Rev. "William S. Babb, Manchester, Ohio — Christian Endeavor. 

Rev. L. A. Straitton, Georg-etown. Ohio — Missions. 

Rev. W. R. Brodt, West Union, Ohio — Relief. 

Trustee.s — Hon. B. E. Gardner, Bethel, Ohio; Mr. J. F. Hannah, Hamersville, Ohio; 
Charles Wallace, Mt. Orab, Ohio. 

Ministers — Miller, W. V., Lynchburg, Ohio, R. R. 1. 

Babb. William S., Manchester, Ohio. Pitzer, J. H., Hamersville, Ohio, R. R. 

Bagby, A. G., Bethel, Ohio. Sheeley, Adaline. West Union, Ohio. 

Bagby, T. F., Acton, Ind., R. R. Stratton, L. A.; Georgetown, Ohio, R. R. 5. 

Bowman, A. J., Georgetown, Ohio. Warner. W. A., Higginsport, Ohio. 
Brodt, W. R., West Union, Ohio. 

Burnett, J. F., Dayton, Ohio. Iiioentiates— 
Dunham. M. F., 1605 Kemper Lane, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. Butler, Estel'a S., 341 Fourth Ave., Hunting- 
Hoggatt, Wm. S.. Fayetteville. Ohio, R. R. ton. W. Va. 

McDaniel, R. H.. Dayton, Ohio. Canter, W. D., New Richmond, Ohio, R. R. 3. 

Melvin, J. T.. Neville. Ohio. King, John D., Bethel, Ohio. 

Cliarcli, Pn.stor, Cleric, Offering.s, Orgranizatlons 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1. 1921) 

ANTIOCH — Rev. John D. King-, pastor. Rev. John D. King was pastor last year; 
H. S. Trisler, clerk, Hamersville. Ohio, R. R. 1. Membership, 106. Re- 
ceived last year, 3. Church building valued at $2,000.00. One-half time 
preaching:. Contributed to pastoral service, $250.00; American Christian Con- 
vention. $7.53; ForeigTi IMissions, $16.00; Home Missions, $18.50; Education, 
$9.57; Federal Council, $2.00; Relief. $3.71; all other purposes. $71.75. 
Sunday-.sehool — Mr. W. L. Dean, superintendent. Hamersville, Ohio, R. R. 2; 
Miss Mary Bee, secretary. Bethel, Ohio. R. R. 4. Enrollment, 70; average at- 
tendance, 40. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $4.00; all other 
purposes, $20.95. 

Cliri.stfan Endeavor — Miss Nola Bee, president, Bethel, Ohio, R. R. 4; Mrs. 
Ethel Chapman, corresponding secretary. Hamersville. Ohio, R. R. 1. Mem- 
bers — active, 17; associate, 2; total, 19. 

BETHLEHEM — Rev. William S. Babb, pastor; Rev. William S. Babb was pastor 
last year; Mr. Garfield Gray, clerk, Aberdeen. Ohio. Membership, 125. Church 
building- valued at $2,000.00. One-fourth time preaching-. 

Sunday-.seliool — ;Mr. Walter Catron, superintendent. Aberdeen, Ohio; Elsie 
Kinner. secretary. Aberdeen, Ohio. 

BIBLE CHAPEL — Rev. A. J. Bowman, pastor; Rev. L. A. Stratton was pastor 
last year; A. R. Drake, clerk. Hamersville. Ohio. ;Membership, 189. Re- 
ceived last year, 3. Church building- valued, at $1,500.00. One-half time 
preaching-. Contributtid to pastoral service, $100.00; American Christian Con- 
vention, $8.63; Foreigm Missions. $10.41; Education, $2.70; Relief, $2.40; all 
other purposes. $94.62. 

Sunday-school — Mr. Jesse L. Tatman. superintendent. Hamersville, Ohio; Miss 
Anna G. Shinkle, secretary, Hamersville, Ohio. Enrollment, 103; average 
attendance, 50. Contributed to all other purposes, $105.00. 

CHRISTIAN CHAPEL — No pastor; Rev. S. D. Bennett was pastor last year; Mrs. 
C. M. Edwards, clerk, Amelia, Ohio. Membership, 86. Church building valued 
at $2,500.00. Contributed to pastoral service for six months, $90.00; American 
Christian Convention, $8.25; Foreign Missions, $7.34; Home Missions, $20.00; 
Education. $7.45; all other purposes, $18.30. 

Sunday-school — Mr. J. E. Lytle, superintendent, Batavia, Ohio; Alleyn Lytle, 
secretary. Batavia Ohio. Enrollment, 53; average attendance, 23. Con- 
tributed to Sunday-school Department, $1.00; all other purposes, $31.32. 
Christian Endeavor — Mrs. C. M. Edwards, corresponding secretary, Amelia, 
Ohio. Members — active, 18; honorai-y, 1; total, 19. Contributed to Christian 
Endeavor Department, $1.00. 

EAGLE CHAPEL — Rev. W. R. Brodt, pastor; No pastor last year; Mrs. Mattie 
Kinnett, clerk, Ripley, Ohio, R. R. 3. Membership, 97. Church valued at 
$3,000.00. Contributed to all other purposes, $3.00. 

Sunday-school — Mr. George Wiles, superintendent, Ripley, Ohio, R. R. ; Miss 
Anna M. Baird, secretary, Ripley, Ohio, R. R. 3. Enrollment, 75; averag-e 
attendance, 35. 

FAIR VIEW — Rev. A. J. Bowman, pastor: Rev. A. J. Bowman was pastor last 
year; Miss Grace Stansbery, clerk, Georgetown, Ohio. Membership, 65. Re- 
ceived last year, 4. Church building- valued at $2,000.00. One-fourth time 
preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, $300.00; American Christian 
Convention, $5.62; Education, $4.41; Federal Council, $1.85; Relief, $2.67; all 
other purposes, $17.45. 



THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 150 

Sunday-school — Mr. Scott Kinchelor, superintendent, Georgetown, Ohio; Mr. 
Loyd feerry, secretary, Georgetown, Ohio. Enrollment, 85; average attend- 
ance. 50. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $2.00; all other pur- 
poses, $50.63. 

FARMERS CHAPEL — Revs. L. A. Stratton and J. H. Pitzer, pastors; Rev. A. J. 
Bowman was pastor last year; Mr. George Murphy, clerk, Hamersville, Ohio, 
R. R. Membership, 71. Received last year, 12. Church building valued at 
$1,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $150.00; 
American Christian Convention, $1.25; Foreign Missions, $ .75; Home Mis- 
sions, $1.20; Education, $2.28; Relief, $ .90; all other purposes, $13.00. 
Snnday-school — Mr. Clarence Pitzer. superintendent, Georgetown, Ohio, R. R. ; 
Miss Arlena Shafer, secretary, Georgetown, Ohio, R. R. Enrollment, 50; aver- 
age attendance, 30. Contributed to all other purposes, $20.00. 

FEESBURG — Rev. L. A. Stratton, pastor; Rev. L. A. Stratton was pastor last 
year; Miss lona P. McKibben, clerk, Feesburg, Ohio. Membership, 80. Re- 
ceived last year, 2. Church building valued at $1,000.00. One-half time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $265.00. 

Sanday-school — Mr. Charley Melvin, superintendent, Higginsport, Ohio, R. R.; 
Miss Mildred White, secretary, Feesburg, Ohio. Enrollment, 60; average at- 
tendance, 35. Contributed to all other purposes, $40.00. 

FELLOWSHIP — Rev. A. E. Sager, pastor; Rev. W. R. Brodt was pastor last year; 
Mr. O. M. Bowman, clerk, Manchester, Ohio, R. R. 3. Membership, 91. Re- 
ceived last year, 1. Church building valued at $2,000.00. One-half time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $200.00; Relief, $2.64; all other 
purposes, $67.64. 

Sunday-school — Mr. George ^V. Bowman, superintendent, Ripley, Ohio, R. R. 3; 
Mr. Glen Wallace, secretary, Manchester, Ohio, R. R. 3. Enrollment, 75; 
average attendance, 50. Contributed to all other purposes, $25.00. 

FIVE MILE — Rev. W. D. Canter, pastor; Rev. R. H. McDaniel was pastor last 
year; R. E. Lukemire. clerk. Mt. Orab. Ohio, R. R. Membership, 101. Church 
building valued at $2,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pas- 
toral service, $300.00. 

Sunday-school — Mrs. Harvey Constant, superintendent. Mt. Orab. Ohio; Mr. 
Virgil Munich, secretary, Mt. Orab, Ohio. Enrollment, 46; average attend- 
ance, 25. Contributed to all other purposes, $50.00. 

HARWOOD^ — Rev. W. V. Miller, pastor; No pastor last year; Miss Blanche 
Hughes, clerk, Lynchburg. Ohio. R. R. 1. Membership, 94. Church building 
valued at $1,500.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to Home Missions, 
$8.00; all other purposes. $3.00. 

Snnday-school — Mr. Walter Snyder, superintendent, Fayetteville, Ohio, R. R. 1: 
Mr. Everett G. Hawk, secretary, Mt. Orab. Ohio, R. R. 3. Enrollment, 110; 
average attendance, 40. Contributed to all other purposes, $60.00. 

HIGGIIVSPORT — Rev. A. G. Bagby, pastor; Rev. A. G. Bagby was pastor last year; 
Miss Flora E. Jennings, clerk, Higginsport, Ohio. INIembership, 99. Re- 
ceived last year, 17. Church building valued at $3,000.00. One-half time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $600.00; American Christian 
Convention, $7.17; Foreign Missions, $10.13; Home Missions, $2.04; Education, 
$3.25; all other purposes, $107.55. 

Sunday-school — Mr. Charles Heizer. superintendent, Higgi^^sp'^^t. Ohio; Miss 
Jessie Patterson, secretary, Higginsport, Ohio. Enrollment, 88; average at- 
tendance. 45. Contributed to Sunday-school Department. $3.00; all other 
purposes, $83.35. 

LIBERTY CHAPEL, B. C. — Rev. William S. Hoggatt, pastor: Rev. Wi"'i--n S. ''''op- 
gatt was pastor last year; Mrs. Anna Hughes, clerk. Mt. Orab, Ohio. R. R. 2. 
Membership. 38. Church building valued at $1,500.00. One-fourth time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service. $100.00; Foreign Missions, $5.08; 
Education, $1.00; all other purposes, $3.00. 

Sunday-school — Mr. Charles Cromer, superintendent, Mt. Orab. Ohio. R. R. ; 
Miss Ruth Johnson, secretary, Eastwood. Ohio. Enrollment, 65; average at- 
tendance, 40. Contributed to all other purposes. $41.08. 

LIBERTY CHAPEL, H. C. — No pastor; Rev. S. D. Bennett was pastor last year; 
Mrs. Mary B. Ayer. clerk. California. Ohio. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$81.00: American Christian Convention. $2.00; Foreign Missions, $5.00; Home 
Missions, $14.00; Education, $7.00; all other purposes, $37.00. 

Sunday-school — Mr. R. C. Ayer, superintendent, California, Ohio; Mr. Robert 
Wilfert. secretary, California, Ohio. Enrollment, 30; average attendance, 15. 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $2.50; all other purposes. $20.00. 

MILLERS CHAPEL — No pastor; Rev. William S. Hoggatt was pastor last year; 
Mrs. H. M. Igo. clerk. Hillsboro. Ohio, R. R. 2. Membership. 42. Church 



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building- valued at $1,000.00. One-fourth time preaching-. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $100.00; Foreig-n Missions, $1.60; all other purposes, $3.00. 
Sunday-school — Mr. \V. J. Poole, superintendent, Hillsboro, Ohio, R. R. 11; 
Miss Bessie Poole, secretary, Hillsboro, Ohio, R. R. 11. Enrollment, 40; aver- 
ag-e attendance, 24. Contributed to all other purposes, $25.00. 

MT. ZION — Rev. W. D. Canter, pastor; Rev. W. V. Miller was pastor last year; 
Mr. George W. Bushman, clerk. New Richmond, Ohio, R. R. 1. Membership, 
125. Church building- valued at S4,000.00. One-half time preaching-. Con- 
tributed to pastora.l service, $13fi.OO; American Christian Convention, $3.25; 
Foreign Missions, $3.25; Education, $4.25; all other purposes, $9.85. 
SanclRT-.sohooI — ]Mr. J. W. Hendrixson, superintendent. Point Pleasant, Ohio; 
Merrill Barkley, secretary. New Richmond, Ohio, R. R. 1. Enrollment, 64; 
average attendance, 25. Contributed to all other purposes, $43.00. 
Chri.stian Endeavor — (Kingrs Daughters) — Miss Josie West, president, New- 
Richmond, Ohio, R. R. 1; Miss Edith S. Fridman, corresponding secretary. 
New Richmond, Ohio. Members- — active, 20; associate, 40; honorary, 6; total, 
66. Contributed to Christian Endeavor Department, $28.00. 

IVEVILLE — (No report.) 

Siinday-iscliool — Mr. E. E. Brooks, superintendent, Neville, Ohio; Fay Brooks 
secretary, Neville, Ohio. Enrollment, 35; averag-e attendance, 17. 

OAK GROVE — Rev. W. R. Brodt, pastor; Rev. W. R. Brodt was pastor last year; 
Mrs. Edythe Wolfe, clerk. West Union, Ohio, R. R. 3. Membership, 78. Re- 
ceived last year, 36. Church building valued a.t $1,000.00. One-half time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $100.00; Foreign Missions, $5.95; 
Home Missions, $6.34; all other purposes, $50.00. 

Sunday-school — Mr. Walter Pence, superintendent, West Union, Ohio; Miss 
Glenna Stroman, secretary, West Union, Ohio. Enrollment, 85; average at- 
tendance, 55. Contributed to all other purposes, $12.26. 

PISGAH — (No report.) 

Sunday-.school — Miss Lide Martin, superintendent. Ripley, Ohio; Miss Ruth 
White, secretary, Ripley, Ohio. Enrollment, 80; average attendance, 55. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $27.25. 

PLEASANT HIL,L< — (No report.) 

Sunday-school — Mr. William Mang-us, superintendent, Winchester, Ohio; 
Samuel Wilson, secretary. Winchester. Ohio. Enrollment. 65; averag-e at- 
tendance, 43. 

POINT ISABEL — Rev. W. V. Miller, pastor; Rev. W. V. Miller was pastor last 
year; Mr. R. G. Little, clerk. Bethel. Ohio. R. R. 3. Membership, 152. Re- 
ceived last year, 12. Church building valued at $3,000.00. One-half time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $450.00; American Christian 
Convention, $14.75; Foreig-n Missions, $21.00; Home Missions, $22.40; Educa- 
tion, $6.70; Relief, $5.63; all other purposes, $21.00. 

Sunday-school — Mr. R. G. Little, superintendent, Bethel, Ohio, R. R. 3; Miss 
Sophia Bulow, secretary, Bethel, Ohio. Enrollment, 107; average attendance, 
55. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $3.00; all other purposes, 
$85.19. 

POPIiAR CHAPELi — Rev. A. J. Bowman, pastor; Rev. A. J. Bowman was pastor 
last year; Miss Alda Fay Dean, clerk. Bethel, Ohio, R. R. 3. Membership, 75. 
Received last year, 4. Church building- valued at $1,500.00. One-fourth time 
preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, $150.00; all other purposes, $50.00. 
Sunday-school — Miss Olive Parrlsh, superintendent. Bethel, Ohio, R. R. 4; 
Mr. W^alter Harvey, secretary. Bethel, Ohio, R. R. 3. Enrollment, 89; aver- 
age attendance, 38. Contributed to all other purposes, $28.10. 
ChxLitian Endea-vor — ^Miss Olive Parrish, president, Bethel, Ohio, R. R. 4; Miss 
Leona Bee, corresponding secretary, Bethel, Ohio, R. R. 4. Members — active, 
39; associate, 12; total, 51. 

RTJSSEl,L.VII.LiE — Rev. A. G. Bagby, pastor; Rev. A. G. Bagby was pastor last 
year; E. W^. Crabb, clerk, Georgetown, Ohio, R. R. 4. Membership, 183. 
Received last year, 6. Church building valued at $3,000.00. One-half time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $600.00; Foreign Missions, $7.25; 
Home Missions, $4.80; Education, $5.38; all other purposes, $41.50. 
Sunday-.school — ^Mrs. Minnie Martin, superintendent, Georgetown, Ohio, R. R. ; 
Miss Jennie Lee Martin, secretary, Russellvllle, Ohio. Enrollment, 80; aver- 
age attendance, 50. Contributed to all other purposes, $46.92. 

UNION, ADAMS COUNTY — Rev. L. A. Stratton, pastor; Rev. William S. Babb was 
pastor last year; Mrs. Rachel Pyle, clerk, Manchester, Ohio, R. R. 3. Mem- 
bership, 87. Received last year, 6. Church building valued at $1,000.00. One- 
fourth time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $480.00; American 



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Oiristian Convention, $1.50; Home Missions, $2.00; Education, $1.80; all other 
purposes, $103.00. 

Sanday-^scllool — Mr. John H. Pyle, superintendent, Manchester, Ohio, R. R. 3; 
Mrs. Gertrude Smith, secretary, Manchester, Ohio, R. R. 3. Enrollment, 110; 
averag-e attendance, 75. Contributed to Sunday-school Department. $1.50; 
all other purposes, $87.05. 

UNIOIV, BROWN COUNTY — No pastor; Rev. R. H. McDaniel v^^as pastor last year; 
Miss S. Ella Shinkle, clerk, Hig-ginsport, Ohio. Membership, 48. Church build- 
ing- valued at $2,500.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $300.00; American Christian Convention, $1.50; Foreign Missions, 
$2.00; Home Missions, $2.00; Education, $1.50; all other purposes, $3.00. 
Sunday-school — Mrs. Maud Mera.nda, superintendent, Higginsport, Ohio; Miss 
S. Ella Shinkle, secretary, Higginsport, Ohio. Enrollment, 35; average at- 
tendance, 18. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $2.00; all other 
purposes, $32.10. 

WTJSTBORO — No pastor; Rev. W. V. Miller was pastor last year; Mrs. T. S. 
Connor, clerk, Westboro, Ohio. Membership, 145. Received last year, 1. 
Church building valued at $2,500.00. One-ha.lf time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $350.00; American Christian Convention. $4.43; Foreign 
Missions, $13.31; Home Missions, $30.00; Education, $3.55; Relief, $3.34; all 
other purposes, $32.50. 

Snnday-.schooI — Mr. Elmer Wallace, superintendent, Westboro, Ohio; Miss 
Mildred Armstrong, secretary, Westboro, Ohio. Enrollment, 113; averag-e at- 
tendance, 65. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $5.00; all other 
purposes, $152.17. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 15; Licentiates, 3; Churches, 26; Membership, 
2,177. Contributions: Pastoral service, $5,112.00; American Christian Conven- 
tion, $65.88; Education, $60.84; Foreig-n Missions, $109.07; Home Missions, 
$131.28; Federal Council, $3.85; Relief, $21.29; all other purposes, $750.16. 
Sunday-schools, 26; Enrollment, 1,810; Contributed to Sunday-school Depart- 
ment, $24.02. Christian Endeavor Societies, 4; Membership, 155; Contributed 
to Christian Endeavor Department, $29.00. Total contributions reported, 
$6,307.39. Conference offering to American Christian Convention, $25.70. 

By vote of the Conference, the following- named churches -were listed Hjs 
inactive: Dallas, Browns Chapel, Fincastle, Hiatts Chapel, Stouts, Ten Mile. 
Several others have not reported for a number of years. The editor of The Chris- 
tian Annual is leaving off the names of Olive Chapel, Pleasant Hill, Mt. Pleasa.nt, 
Pisgah, Neville, Enon, and Mt. Joy churches. Is reporting the Sunday-schools of 
some of them as given last year. 

KENTUCKY DISTRICT NUMBER ONE 

(Reported by Secretary Wolford) 

OflScers — Rev. O. H. Logan, Brushart, Ky.^ — President. 
Rev. Denbo Smith, Brushart, Ky. — Vice-President. 
Rev. L. M. Smith, Brushart, Ky. — Secretary. 

Ministers — 

Logan, O. H., Brushart, Ky. Maddix, W. L., Olive Hill, Ky. 

Church, Pastor, Clerk, Offerings, Organizations 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

CHESTNUT GROVE — Rev. Denbo Smith, pastor; Rev. Denbo Smith was pastor 
last year; Charles Hook, clerk, Vanceburg, Ky. Membership, 26. 

CIiARK HILL — Rev. W. K Maddix, pastor; Rev. W. L. Maddix was pastor last 
year; Lottie Hale, clerk, Olive Hill, Ky. Membership, 15. Church building 
not completed. One-fourth time preaching. 

PINE VALLEY — Rev. Denbo Smith, pastor; Rev. Denbo Smith was pastor last 
year; Mary McKinney, clerk, Vanceburg, Ky. Membership, 32. One-fourth 
time preaching-. 

RED BRUSH — Rev. Denbo Smith, pastor; Rev. Denbo Smith was pastor last year; 
Mary Bruce, clerk. Records, Ky. Membership, 50. 

RUGLESS — Rev. C. H. Godfrey, pastor; Rev. C. H. Godfrey was pastor last year; 
J. H. Bryant, clerk. Rug-less, Ky. Membership, 45. One-fourth time preaching. 

WALNUT GROAE — Rev. Denbo Smith, pastor; Rev. "W. L. Maddix was pastor last 
year; F. M. Smith, clerk, Brushart, Ky. Membership, 113. Church building is 
valued at $800.00. One-fourth time preaching. 



162 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

CHURCHES NOT REPORTED AND NUMBER MEiMBERS — Antioch, 16; Beech 
Grove, 3B; Bethel, 48; Briary, 19; Montgomery, 29; Rock Springs, 35; St. John, 
40; Upper Grassy, 42; Churches. 14; Membership, 262. 

KENTUCKY DISTRICT NUMBER TWO 

(Reported by Secretary Wolford) 

Officers — Rev. G. W. Renfroe, Ashland, Ky. — President. 
Rev. E. L. Gallian, Russell, Ky. — Vice-President. 
Rev. G. W. Short, Russell, Ky. — Secretary. 

I*Ilnister.s — Layman, C. E., Ashland, Ky. 

Copley, T. J., Normal, Ky. Literal, M. L., Partlow, Ky. 

Crum, W. O., Russell, Ky. Lewis, W. H., Wolf, Ky. 

Day, W. R., Enterprise. Ky. Listen, J. A., Music, Ky. 

Doujrlass, Thomas, Belfont, Ky. Mitchell, Thomas, Ashland, Ky. 

Ellis, J. H., Soldiers, Ky. Peninprton, W. G., Ashland, Ky. 

Everman, J. S. Renfroe, G. W., Ashland, Ky. 

Gallian, E. L.. Russell, Ky. Rice, C. H., Grefforyville, Ky. 

Garvin, John, Russell. Ky. Rig-ht, C. A., Franklin Furnace, Ohio. 

Gee, Robert, Gregoryville, Ky. Short, R. G., Russell, Ky. 

Hall, William, Ashland, Ky. Thomas, F. M., Stinson, Ky. 

Kersey, William. Ashland, Ky. Wolford, G. W. E., Leon. Ky. 

Church, I'astoi", Clerk, Offering's, Organlzntion.s 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

ALMENIA — No pastor; No pastor last year; Jacob White, clerk, Leon. Ky. Mem- 
bership. 25. 

BARRETTS CREEK — No pastor; Rev. Robert Gee was pastor last year; Robert 
Gee. clerk. Gregoryville. Ky. Membership, 36. One-fourth time preaching. 
Sunday-school — Robert McMillian, superintendent; Mary Everman, secretary. 
Enrollment, 80; average attendance, 60. 

BELFONT — No pastor; Rev. Thomas Douglass w^as pastor last year; John Creech, 
clerk, Belfont, Ky. Membership, 9. 

Sunday-school — John Creech, superintendent, Belfont, Ky.; Catherine Sergent, 
secretary, Belfont, Ky. Enrollment, 29; average attendance, 20. 

BOXTOWN — No pastor; No pastor last year; J. H. Wibbe, clerk, Ashland, Ky. 
Membership, 50. 

COALTON — Organized 1921. No pastor; G. W. Perfates, clerk, Coalton, Ky. Mem- 
bership, 9. 

DANELTON — Organized 1921. No pastor; Charlie Gates, clerk. Rice, Ky. Mem- 
bership, 16. 

DAVIES RUN — No pastor; Malon Literal was pastor last year; Milford Stephens, 
clerk, Partlow, Ky. Membership, 57. Church building valued at $600.00. 
One-fourth time preaching. 

Sunday-school — jMilford Stevens, superintendent, Partlow, Ky. ; Bertha Hall, 
secretary. Enrollment, 53; average attendance, 45. 

HAPPY RIDGE — No pastor; Rev. E. L. Gallian was pastor last year; C. S. Renfroe 
clerk, Ashland, Ky. Membership. 16. Church building valued at $400.00. 
One-fourth time preaching. 

Sunday-school — Rev. Newman, superintendent: Sophia Holbrook, secretary. 
Enrollment, 27; average attendance, 18. 

HAYWOOD — Organized 1921. No pastor; George M. Reeders, clerk. Soldiers, Ky. 
^Membership, 20. 

JOHNS RUN — No pastor; Rev. R. G. Short was pastor last year; Sallie Adams, 
clerk, ^Villard, Ky. Membership, 52. One-fourth time preaching. 

LITTLE WHITE OAK — No pastor; Pev. R. G. Short was pastor last year; J. P. 
Stephens, clerk, Russell, Kv. Membership, 93. Church building valued at 

$800.00. 

MARTINS CHAPEL — No pastor; Rev. T. J. Copley was pastor last year; H. J. 
^Vebb. clerk, Ashland, Ky. Membership. 50. Church building valued at 
$500.00. One-fourth time preaching. 



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WUSIC — No pastor; Rev. G. ^V. Sexton was pastor last yeai-; Andrew Sexton, clerk, 
Music, Ky. Membership, 25. 

I'LEASAXT VIEW — No pastor; Rev. L. H. Forrest was pastor last year; L. D. 
Trent, clerk, Clayton, Ky. Membership, 42. One-fourth time preaching. 

RICE CHAPEL, — No pastor; Rev. F. M. Thoipa* was pastor last year; Jacob White, 
clerk, Leon, Ky. Membership, 35. Church building- valued at $400.00. 
Suiulay-soliool — (1921) — Hugh Lyon, supeiintendent, Leon, Ky.; Dollie Shep- 
herd, secretary, Leon, Ky. Enrollment, 30; average attendance, 25. 

SPRING BRANCH — No pastor; Rev. Malon Literal was pastor last year; Susie 
Prater, clerk, Partlow, Ky. Membership, 81. Church building valued at 
$700.00. One-fourth time preaching. 

STIXSON — No pastor'; Rev. F. M. Thomas was pastor last year; Helen Huff, clerk, 
Stinson, Ky. Membership, 45. 

WHITE OAK CHAPEL. — No pastor; J. P. Stephens, clerk, Russell, Ky. Member- 
ship, 70. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 16; Churches, 18; Membership, 731. Sunday- 
schools, 5; Enrollment, 219. 

KENTUCKY CHRISTIAN 

(Reported by Secretary Meadows) 

Session of 1921 — Muses Mills, Ky. 
Session of 1922 — Cedar Leaf, Ky. 

Offlce^^s — Rev. Z. T. Thacker, Sr., Muses Mills, Ky. — President. 

Rev. C. ^V. Roberts, Plummers Landing, Ky. — Vice-President. 
Rev. T. H. Meadows, Muses Mills, Ky. — Secretary. 
E. J. Roberts, Ni Si, Ky. — Treasurer. 

Ministers — McClees, J. W., Eby, Ky. 

Appleton. Mrs. Lethie E.. BurtonviUe, Ky. Meadows TH. Muses Mills, Ky. 

Blankenship, T. S., Mouth of Laurel, Ky. Robbin, O W Lynx, Ohio 

Carinjrton, John, Valley, Ky. Roberts, C W Plummers Landing, Ky 

ColKan, D. C, Poplar Plains. Ky. Saunders Martha^ Wallmgsford, Ky., R. R. 2. 

Colvill. S. H., Anderson, Ind. Shelton, W. H., Bentonville. Ohio. 

Conley, R. B., 4213 Spruce St., Portsmouth, ^'"7,"-^' S" S" Manchester Ohio R. R. 2. 

QjjJQ Stallard, S. D., Smoky Valley, Ky. 

Davis, M. M., Muses Mills. Ky. Stone. W. H., Mouth of Laurel. Ky. 

Dunagan, J. A., Martin, Ky. Thackett, E. B., Olive Hill, Ky. 

Evennan, J. N., Wallingford, Ky. Thacker, Sr., Z. T., Muses Mills, Ky. 

Fryman, J. C, Smile, Ky. i,"*^ , ^^"' ■'^'- ^\7- , 

Gardner, Mary E., Wallingford, Ky., R. R. 2. Tomlin. James. Manchester, Ohio. 

Gilbert C C Warmack, Ober, Manchester, Ohio, R. R. 

Gilbert! L. f'. Concord, Ky. Washburn, T. C, Manchester, Ohio. 

Glasscock, E. R., Aberdeen, Ohio, R. R. 3. Wiggins, J. R. 
Glasscock, T. H., Aberdeen, Ohio, R. R. 3. Liieeiitiate.s — 

Gray, D. L., Manchester, Ohio, R. R. 3. Gray, Clarence, West Union, Ohio. 

Gray, May, West Union, Ohio. Helterbrand, Mrs. 

Grigston, A. J., Clarksburg, Ky. Henderson, Jeremiah, 

Hedger, W. W., College Comer Ohio. Kendall, G. L., Globe, Ky. 

Hobbs, J. F., Clark.sbuig, Ky. Miller, O. W., Globe, Ky. 

Langdon, A. H. Reed, Ardella F. 

Liles, J. M.. Mouth of Laurel, Ky. Roberts, E. J., Ni Si, Ky. 

Liles, G. W., Mouth of Laurel, Ky. Sanders, N. D., Muses Mills, Ky. 

Marshall, F. M., Wallingsford, Ky., R. R. 2. Wiggins, C. E., Olive Hill, Ky. 

Church, Pastor, Clerk, Offering's, Organizations 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

BEACH W^OODS — Rev. C. W. Roberts, pastor; Rev. C. W. Roberts was pastor last 
year. 

BLANKENSHIP — Rev. Z. T. Thacker, Sr., pastor; Rev. G. W. Liles was pastor last 
year; Iva Stone, clerk, :Mouth of Laurel, Ky. One-fourth time preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $68.99. 

Sunday-school — Everett Osborn, superintendent, Teetonsa, Ky.: Miss Ruby 
Liles, secretary. Mouth of Laurel, Ky. Average attendance, 40. 

BLUE BANK — No pastor; Rev. D. C. Colgan was pastor last year; ;Mrs. ^Melessa 
Saunders, clerk, Godda.rd, Ky. Church building valued at $500.00. 



164 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

CEDAR LEAF — Rev. E. R. Glasscock, pastor; Rev. E. R. Glasscock was pastor 
last year; Geo. E. Fry. clerk, Trinity, Ky. Membership, 75. Received last 
year, 7. Church building- valued at $1,400.00. One-fourth time preaching. 
Contributed to Poreig-n Missions, $10.00. 

CLARKSBURG — Rev. J. F. Hobbs, pastor; Rev. J. F. Hobbs was pastor last year; 
Mrs. Bell Riley, clerk, Clarksburg-, Ky. Membership, 20. Church building 
valued at $400.00. One-fourth time preaching. 
Sunday-Hchool — (No report.) 

CHRISTIAN CHAPEL, — Rev. E. B. Tackett, pastor; Rev. E. B. Tackett was pastor 
last year; Riley lessee, clerk, Olive Hill, Ky. Membership, 37. Church build- 
ing valued at $400.00. 

CRAIN CREEK — Rev. Chas. Roberts, pastor; Rev. Z. T. Thapker was pastor lajst 
year; Millard Cooper, clerk, Plummers Landing, Ky. Membership, 60. Church 
building valued at $1,000.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service. $103.00. 

Sunday-.school — Z. J. Roberts, superintendent. Ni Si, Ky. ; Beulah Cooper, 
secretary, Plummers Landing, Ky. Average attendance, 42. 

ELLBETHEL — Rev. A. G. Langdon, pastor; Rev. A. G. La.ngdon was pastor last 
year; Lillie Davenport, clerk, Springdale, Ky., R. R. 1. Membership, 19. Re- 
ceived last year, 8. Church building valued at $1,500.00. Preaching once a 
month. Contributed to pastoral service, $164.19; Foreign Missions, $ .77. 
Sunday-.school — John Lomery, superintendent, Maysville, Ky., R. R. 5; Cath- 
erine Forman, secretary, Maysville, Ky., R. R. 5. Enrollment, 25; average 
attendance, 20. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $19.62. 

GLOBE — Rev. J. M. Fryman, pastor; Rev. Z. T. Thacker, Sr., was pastor last year; 
Willis Erwin, clerk, Globe, Ky. Membership, 32. Received last year, 3. 

HAPPV HOLLOAV — Rev. James Everman, pastor; Rev. James Everman was pastor 
last year; P. B. Applegate, clerk, Rebolt, Ky. Membership, 40. Received last 
year, 25. Chutch building valued at $300.00. One-fourth time preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $63.78. 

Sunday-school — Ethel Cobb, superintendent, Springdale, Ky.; Lula Applegate, 
secretary, Rebolt, Ky. Average attendance, 69. 

HODGERS CHAPEL — Rev. D. C. Colgan, pastor; Rev. L. F. Gilbert was pastor 
last year; S. T. Thompson, clerk, Wallingford, Ky., R. R. 2. Membership, 55. 
Received last year, 6. Church building valued at $400.00. One-fourth time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $48.00. 

Sunday-school — Susie James, superintendent, Wallingsford, R. R. 2. Aver- 
age attendance, 25. 

HONEY GROVE — No report. Elisha Butler, clerk, Libbie, Ky. 

liAUREL POINT — Rev. T. S. Blankenship, pastor; Rev. T. S. Blankenship was 
pastor last year; Hattie Bloomiield, clerk, Thor, Ky. Membership. 50. Re- 
ceived last year, 9. One-fourth time preaching. 
Suhday-.sohool — (No report.) 

ROSS CHAPEL — Rev. E. B. Tackett, pastor; Rev. E. B. Tackett was pastor last 
year; Mrs. Sarah Ross, clerk, Olive Hill, Ky. Membership, 21. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 

SARIJIS — Rev. T. M. Fryman, pastor; Rev. F. M. Marshall was pastor last year; 
Robert Littleton, clerk, Munson, Ky. Membership. 20. Church building 
valued at $600.00. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 

SILOME — Rev. J. "VV. McClees, pastor: Rev. \V. H. Stone was pastor last year; 
Callie Carle, clerk. Carter, Ky. Membership, 75. 

ST. JOHN — Rev. C. "W. Roberts, pastor; Rev. C. W. Roberts was pastor last year; 
N. L. Davis, clerk. Muses Mills, Ky Membership, 30. Church building valued 
at $600.00. One-fourth time preaching. 

Sunday-school — G. A. Muse, superintendent. Muses .Mills, Ky.; Miss Myrtle 
Compton, secretary, Muses ISIills, Ky. Average attendance, 45. 

STAFFORDS HILL — Rev. T. S. Blankenship, pastor; Orvil Cooper, clerk, Thayer, 
Kentucky. 

THACKERS CHAPEL — Rev, Z. T. Thacker, Sr., pastor; Rowland Crofford, clerk. 
Strictlet. Ky. Membership. 27. Church building valued at $500.00. One- 
fourth time preaching. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 



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WAGGONERS RIFFLE — No pastor; Rev. Z. T. Thacker was pastor last year; 
Fiank Ellison, cleik, Liynx, Ohio. Membership, 31. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 41; Licentiates, 10; Churches, 20; Membership. 
592. Contributions: Pastoral service, $465.64; Foreig-n Missions, $10.77. Sun- 
day-schools, 12; Enrollment, 25; Contributed to Sunday-school Department, 
$19.62. Total contributions reported, $496.03. 

Indiana Group 

CENTRAL INDIANA 

(Reported by Secretary Bozell) 

Officers — Rev. E. R. Walters, Lizton, Ind. — President. 
Rev. Guy T. Walters, Mellott, Ind. — Vice-President. 
Rev. Ray Bozell, Edinburg-, Ind. — Secretary. 
James Bozell, Edinburg-, Ind., R. R. — Treasurer. 

Department Secretaries — Rev. J. E. Clark, Edinburg, Ind.— Churches. 
Rev. J. W. Conlin, Merom, Ind. — Christian Endeavor. 
Omer Leak, Lizton, Ind. — Sunday-schools. 
Mrs. Omer Leak, Lizton, Ind. — Missions. 
Rev. C. A. Doncan, Merom, Ind. — Education. 
M. T. Smith, Acton, Ind. — Ministry. 
Rev. T. F. Bagby, Acton, Ind. — Publications. 
Rev. J. W. Baldwin. Columbus, Ind. — ^Moral Reform. 

Board of Trustees — B. W. Stoddard, G. W. Stevens, O. F. Keeney. 

Ministers — dianapolis, Ind. 

Baldwin, J. W., Columbus, Ind. Walters, Guy T., Mellott, Ind. 

Bozell, Ray, Edinburg:, Ind. Licentiates — 

Clark, J. E., Edinburg, Ind. Conlin, J. W., Merom, Ind. 

Coy, D. O., 618 N. East Street, Lebanon', Ind. Doncan, C. A., Merom, Ind. 

Fish. Isaac, Norman Station, Ind. As.sociate — 

Stoddard, B. W., 2251 N. Meridian St., In- Winn, L. C, Tipton, Ind. 

Cliurch, Pastor, Cleric, Olfering^s, Organizations 

(Offering-s October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

CLIFFORD — Rev. B. W. Stoddard, pastor; Rev. B. W. Stoddard was pastor last 
year; Elma Wetzel, clerk, Clifford, Ind. Membership, 88. Church building 
valued at $1,200.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $200.00; Foreign Missions, $20.00; Home Missions, $20.00. 
Sunday-scliool — Charles Lucas, superintendent, Clifford, Ind.; Mae Wetzel, 
secretary, Clifford, Ind. Enrollment, 80; average attendance, 50. 

LIBERTY — Rev. J. W. Baldwin, pastor; Rev. J. W^. Baldwin was pastor last year; 
Mack Dodd, clerk, Norman Station, Ind. Membership, 125. Church building 
valued at $1,200.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $150.00; all other purposes, $50.00. 

MT. OLIVET — Rev. J. E. Clark, pastor; Rev. J. E. Fry was pastor last year; Emma 
Hauskin, clerk, Gosport, Ind. Received last year, 9. Church building- valued at 
$1,200.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $300.00; 
Foreign Missions, $4.00; Home Missions, $6.00; Education, $3.00; all other 
purposes, $20.00. 

Sunday-scIiool — Verna Allen, superintendent, Gosport, Ind.; Martha Hawkins, 
secretary, Gosport, Ind. Enrollment, 80; average attendance, 40. Contributed 
to Sunday-school Department, $5.00; all other purposes, $5.00. 

NEW BETHEL — No pastor; Rev. J. W. Baldwin was pastor last year; Alva Millens 
clerk, Edinburg, Ind. Membership, 75. Church building valued at $1,000.00. 
One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $240.00; Foreign 
Missions, $3.00; Home Missions, $4.00; Education, $2.00; all other pcrposes, 
$40.00. 

Sunday-scliooI — J. F. Coy, superintendent, Edinburg, Ind.; Roy Weltz, secre- 
tary, Edinburg, Ind. Enrollment, 80; average attendance, 50. 

OLD UNION — Rev. Falsnot, pastor; Rev. J. E. Clark was pastor last year; Mary 
Pence, clerk, Edinburg, Ind. Membership, 130. Church building valued at 



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$3,600.00. One-half time preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, $560.00; 
American Christian Convention, $4.00: Foreig-n Missions, $-20.00; Home Mis- 
sions, $36.00; Education, $7.00; Federal Council, $8.00; all other purposes 
$50.00. 

Snnday-scliool — Albert Clark, superintendent, Edinburg, Ind.; Ruth Tain, 
secretary, Edinburg, Ind. Enrollment, 12:0; average attendance, 80. Con- 
tributed to Sunday-school Department, $15.00; all other purposes, $20.00. 

Christian Endeavor — Charley Hager, president, Edinburg, Ind.; Floyd Bueche, 
corresponding- secretary. Members — active, 50; associate, 20; honorary, 10; 
total, 80. Contributed to Christian Endeavor Department, $20.00. 

PLEASANT RIDGE} — No pastor; No pastor last year; Daisy Louden, clerk, Sey- 
mour, Ind. Membership, 125. Received last yeai-, 25. Church building valued 
at $2,000.00. One-half time preaching. 

Sunda}--!«chool — James Wray, superintendent, Norman Station, Ind.; Carrie 
Maples, secretary, Medora, Ind. Enrollment, 80; average attendance, 40. 

PLEASANT VALLEY — Rev. F. T. Bag^by, pastor; Rev. T. F. Bag-by was pastor last 
year; Carl Klein, clerk. Acton, Ind. Membership, 144. Received last year, 
10. Church building- valued at $1,000.00. One-half time preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoial service, $500.00; American Christian Convention, $4.00; 
Foreign Missions, $6.00; Home Missions, $7.00; all other purposes, $25.00. 

Sunday-.sehwol — Carl Klein, superintendent, Acton, Ind.; Geneva Smith, secre- 
tary, Acton, Ind. Enrollment, 50; average attendance, 30. 

RAINTOWN — Rev. W. H. Zenor, pastor; Rev. W. H. Zenor was pastor last year; 
Omei- Leak, clerk, Lizton, Ind. Membership, 80. Church building valued at 
$1,200.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $500.00; American Christian Con- 
vention, $6.00; Foreign Missions, $15.00; Home Missions, $17.00; all other 
purposes, $40.00. 

Sunday-Kchool — Omer Leak, superintendent, Lizton, Ind.; Turan Leak, secre- 
tary, Lizton, Ind. Enrollment, 32; averag;e attendance, 30. 

YOUNGS CREEK — Rev. Ray Bozell pastor; Rev. Ray Bozell was pastor last year; 
Max 'Walters, clerk, Franklin, Ind. Membership, 102. Received last year, 3. 
Church building- valued at $2,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $800.00; American Christian Convention, $6.00; Foreig-n Mis- 
sions, $7.00; Home Missions, $10.00; Education, $4.00; Relief, $6.00. 

Sunday-.sehooI — Robert Cranford, superintendent, Franklin, Ind.; Max Walters, 
secretary, Franklin, Ind. Enrollment, 90; average attendance, 60. Con- 
tributed to Sunday-school Department, $6.00; all other purposes, $30.00. 

SUMMARY — Ministers, 7; I.,icentiates, 2; Churches, 9; Membership, 869. Contribu- 
tions: Pastoral service, $3,240.00; American Christian Convention, $20.00; Edu- 
cation, $16.00; Foreign Missions, $75.00; Home Missions, $109.00; Federal 
Council, $8.00; Relief, $6.00; all other purposes, $225.00. Sunday-schools, 8; 
Enrollment, 622; Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $26.00. Christian 
Endeavor Societies, 1; Membership, 80; Contributed to Christian Endeavor 
Department, $20.00. Total contributions reported, $3,745.00. Conference offer- 
ing to American Christian Convention, $10.00. 

Church building- valued at $500.00. One-fourth time preaching-. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $65.68. 

EASTERN INDIANA 

(Reported by Secretary D. R. Lusk) 

Session of 1921 held at the Eden Christian Church. 

Session of 1922 to be held with the Coletown Christian Church. 

t»flioers — Rev. W. Max Shaffer, Muncie, Indiana — President. 

Rev. Clark B. Kershner, Mooreland, Indiana — Vice-President. 
Rev. Georg-e B. Cain, Conover, Ohio — Treasurer. 
Rev. Dwig-ht R. Lusk, Farmland, Indiana — Secretary. 

Departmental Secretaries — Rev. R. L. Kessler, Brj^ant, Indiana — Churches. 
Rev. Chas. B. Lusk Christiansburg, Ohio — Sunday-schools. 
Rev. Hazel Lindley South Whiteley, Indiana — Missions. 
Rev. John A. Watson, Union City, Indiana — Ministry. 
Rev. Harry S. Berry, Albany, Indiana — Christian Endeavor. 



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Rev. Zelma Mills, Lynn, Indiana — Moral Reform. 

Mrs. C. B. Kershner, Mooreland, Indiana — Junior Christian Endeavor. 

Rev. John R. Cortner, Fort Recovery, Ohio — Education. 

Rev. R. P. Arrick, Farmland, Indiana — ^Publications. 

Roard of Education — Rev. A. E. Cortner, Albany, Indiana. 
Rev. C. B. Kershner, Mooreland, Indiana. 
Rev. Ernest Treber, Upland, Indiana. 

Board of Trustee.s — W. Max Shaffer, President; C. B. Kershner, Vice-President; 
G. B. Cain, Treasurer; D. R. Lusk, Secretary; John Dull, J. R. Cortner, Frank 
Mong-, Frankie I. Keys. 



Ministers — 

Addington, A. M., Winchester, Ind. 
Arrick, R. P., Farmland, Ind. 
Berry, Harry S., Albany, Ind. 
Cain, G. B., Conover, Ohio. 
Canada, F. F., Winchester, Ind. 
Cortner, A. E., Albany, Ind. 
Cortner, J. R., Fort Recovery, Ohio. 
Cross, J. H., Losantville, Ind. 
Driver, Bertha, Farmland, Ind. 
Dull, L. E., Argos, Ind. 
Garretson, J. H., Alexandria, Ind. 
Gilmore, A. E., Muncie, Ind. 
Hartley, B. A., Ha.^erstown, Ind. 
House, A. E., Linden, Ind. 
Judy, Dek, Lafayette, Ind. 
Kaufman, B. A., 900 Broadway, Kokomo, Ind. 
Kershner, C. B., Mooreland, Ind. 
Kershner, W. G., 3759 Vista Ave., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 
Kessler. R. L., Bryant, Ind. 
Keys, Frankie I., Winchester, Ind. 
Lindley, Hazel, Sidney, Ind. 
Lusk, Charles B., ChristiansburR, Ohio. 
Lusk, D. R., Farmland, Ind., 380 N. Main. 
Martin, Nannie, Farmland, Ind., R. R. 1. 
Mctsker, D. C, Winchester, Ind., S. East St. 
Mills, Zelma, Lynn, Ind., R. R. 
Oren, E. D., Portland, Ind., R. R. 8. 
Oren, Jesse I., Parker, Ind., R. R. 



Oren, Reuben, Winchester, Ind., R. R. 

Pursley, Ernest, Winchester, Ind., R. R. 

Shaffer, W. Max, Muncie, Ind., R. R. 

Smith, O. W.. Portland. Ind.. R. R. 

Stephens, Guernsey, Farmland, Ind. 

Stovenour, Fred, Portland, Ind. 

Thornburg, A. B., Farmland, Ind., R. R. 

Thornburfr, N. H., Farmland, Ind., R. R. 

Treber, Ernest, Upland, Ind. 

Treber, Mildred, Upland, Ind. 

Vanderburg, G. W., Winchester, Ind., R. R. 

Wall, Warren, Winchester, Ind., R. R. 

Wasson, Peter, 1005 West Powers St., 
Muncie, Ind. 

Watson, J. A., Union City, Ind., R. R. 4. 

White, J. R., Selma, Ind. 
Licentiate — 

Coats, Anna, Union City, Ind., R. R. 4. 
Superannuated — 

Green, O. S., Fort Recovery, Ohio. 

Jchnson, Geo. W., Eaton, Ind. 

Mullen, W. F., Farmland, Ind. 
Honorary — 

Butler, Murdock W., Muncie, Ind. 

Tranbarjrer, N. S., Muncie, Ind. 

Emmert, Rufus, Middletown, Ind. 

Mell, Geo. R., Lima, Ohio. 

Thomas, A. C, Straushn. Ind. 



Cliurcli, Pastor, Cierii, Oiferings, Organizations 

(Offering-s October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

ALBANY — Rev. A. E. Cortner, pastor; Rev. A. E. Cortner was pastor last year; 
Lester E. Brow^n, clerk, Albany, Ind. Membership, 256. Church building 
valued at $8,000.00. Parsonage valued at $800.00. Full time preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $1,000.00; American Christian Convention, $3.55; 
Foreign Missions, $34.40; Home Missions, $23.80; Education, $7.70. 

Sunday-scliool — Kenneth Neibarger, superintendent, Albany, Ind.; Ruth Conn, 
secretary, Albany, Ind. Enrollment, 253; average «,ttendance. 152. Contribut- 
ed to Sunday-school Department, $10.00; all other purposes, $218.28. 

Cliristian Endeavor — Miss May Bennett, president, Albany, Ind.; Miss Thursia 
Fuller, corresponding secretary, Albany, Ind. IMembers — active. 18; associate, 
9; total, 27. 



ANTIOCH — Rev. R. L. Kessler, pastor; Rev. Lester Howell was pastor last year; 
J. F. Seagraves, clerk, Losantville, Ind. Membership, 105. Church building 
valued at $1,500.00. Preaching twice per inonth. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $300.00; American Christian Convention, $3.36: Foreign ^Missions, 
$12.75; Honif Missions, $16.03; Education. $3.25; all other purposes, $3.00. 

Sunday-seliool — (No report.) 

BEAMS VILLE — Rev. G. B. Cain, pastor; Rev. G. B. Cain was pastor last year: 
E. H. Miller, clerk, Greenville, Ohio, R. R. 10. Membership, 101. Church 
building valued at $7,500.00. Preaching twice per month. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $500.00; American Christian Convention. $3.25; Foreign Mis- 
sions, $6.06; Home Missions, $11.44; Education, $4.50. 



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Snnday-scbool — Ed Collins, superintendent, Greenville, Ohio; Nellie Dunham, 
secretary, Versailtes, Ohio. Enrollment, 148; average attendance, 81. Con- 
tributed to Sunday-school Department, $3.57; all other purposes, $75.19. 

Chri.stlan Endeiavor — Carol Nixon, president, Versailles, Ohio; Ruby Plessing- 
er, corresponding secretary, Versailles, Ohio. Members — active, 20; associate, 
5; honorary, 3; total, 28. 

BEAVER CHAPEL, — Rev Ernest Treber, pastor; Rev. Chas. W. Baltzell was 
pastor last year; Mrs. Chas. Beougher, clerk, Celina, Ohio, R. R. Membership, 
107. Church building valued at $3,500.00. Preaching twice per month. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $525.00; American Christian Convention, $12.64; 
Foreign Missions. $54.00; Home Missions, $13. G4; Education, $8.83; all other 
purposes, $94.04. 

Sanday-school — Wm. Young, superintendent, Coldwater, Ohio, R. R. 2; "Wm. 
Stillberger. secretary, Celina, Ohio, R. R. 5. Contributed to all other pur- 
poses, $69.25. 

BLOUNTSVILiLiE — Rev. Guernsey Stephens, pastor; Rev. N. S. Tranbarger was 
pastor last year; Walter Bales, clerk, Losantville, Ind. Membership, 42. 
Church building valued at $4,500.00. Preaching twice per month. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $500.00; Foreign Missions, $10.50; Home Missions, $10.50; 
all other purposes, $9.00. 

Sunday-school — Garn Kilmer, superintendent, Blountsville, Ind.; Georgiana 
Burch, secretary, Losantville, Ind., R. R. 2. Enrollment, 54; average attend- 
ance, 30. Contributed to all other purposes, $44.11. 

BOSTON — Rev. Max Shaffer, pastor; Rev. Max Shaffer was pastor last year; Amy 
Pyle, clerk, Boston, Ind. Membership, 30. Church building valued at $5,000.00. 
Preaching twice per month. Contributed to pastoral service, $200.00; all 
other purposes, $15.00. 

Sunday-school — Clara S. Beard, superintendent, Boston, Ind.; Elmer Miller, 
secretary, Boston, Ind., R. R. 1. Enrollment, 70; average attendance, 55. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $82.16. 

BROCK — Rev. J. R. White, pastor; Rev. J. R. White was pastor last year; Mrs. 
Florence Meeds, clerk, Rossburg, Ohio, R. R. 2. Membership, 90. Church 
building valued at $4,500.00. Preaching once per month. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $350.00; American Christian Convention, $3.19; Foreign Mis- 
sions, $7.50; all other purposes, $10.00. 

BUENA VISTA — Rev. Ernest Pursley, pastor; Rev. Ernest Pursley was pastor 
last year; Mrs. Bertha Johnson, clerk, Winchester, Ind., R. R. 6. Membership, 
51. Church building valued at $4,500.00. Preaching once per month. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $80.00; all other purposes, $15.00. 
Sunday-.school — George Gordon, superintendent. Farmland, Ind.; Iris Moore, 
secretary. Farmland, Ind. Enrollment, 65; average attendance, 35. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $11.50. 

CARLOS — Rev. John Johnson, pastor; Rev. John Johnson was pastor last year; 
Minnie Cox, clerk, Carlos City, Ind. Membership, 69. Church building valued 
at $5,000.00. Preaching twice per month. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$300.00; American Christian Convention, $2.50; Foreign Missions, $2.42; all 
other purposes, $37.00. 

CHRISTIAN CHAPEL — Rev. A. B. Thornburg, pastor; Rev. Peter Wasson was 
pastor last year; Edithr Turner, clerk, Muncie, Ind., R. R. 7. Membership, 42. 
Received last year, 2. Church building valued at $2,000.00. Preaching twice 
per month. Contributed to pastoral service, $328.14; American Christian Con- 
vention, $3.00; Foreign Missions, $9.75; Education, $3.25; all other purposes, 
$7.00. 

Sunday-school — Jonathan Furner, Jr., superintendent, Muncie, Ind., R. R. 7; 
Mrs. Zula Taylor, secretary, Muncie, Ind., R. R. 6. Enrollment, 21; average 
attendance, 15. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $3.00; all other 
purposes, $6.40. 

CHRISTIAN UNION — No pastor; Rev. A. M. Addington was pastor last year; 
Mrs. A. M. Beck, clerk, Portland, Ind., R. R. 11. Membership, 39. Church 
building valued at $1,000.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $180.00; American Christian Convention, $7.20; Foreign Mis- 
sions, $10.00; Home Missions, $4.75; Education, $2.01; all other purposes, 
$150.00. 

Sunday-school — A. M. Beck, superintendent, Portland, Ind.; Miss Marie Fair- 
child, secretary, Portland, Ind. Enrollment. 60; average attendance, 40. Con- 
tributed to Sunday-school Department, $7.20. 



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CLEAR CREEK — Rev. Peter ^Vasson, pastor; Rev. Zelma Mills was pastor last 
year; Geo. Shafer, clerk, Winchester, Ind. Membership, 51. Church valued 
at $6,000.00. Preaching- twice per month. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$600.00; American Christian Convention, $5.00; Foreign Missions, $10.00; Home 
Missions, $11.90; Education, $3.10; all other purposes. $79.00. 

Sunday-school — Harry Odle, superintendent, Ridg^eville, Ind.; Lovle Hinkle, 
secretary, Winchester, Ind. Enrollment, 135; average attendance, 122. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $115.00. 

COLETOWIV — Rev. D. R. Lusk, pastor; Rev. D. R. Lusk was pastor last year; 
Ray Martin, clerk, Greenville, Ohio, R. R. 4. Membership, 150. Church build- 
ing valued at $10,000.00. Preaching twice per month. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $500.00; American Christian Convention, $8.10; Foreign Missions, 
$25.00; Home Missions, $22.40; Education, $14.25; all other purposes, $35.00. 

Sunday-school — Ernest Ault, superintendent, Greenville, Ohio; Charles Fisher, 
secretary, Greenville, Ohio. Enrollment, 150; average attendance, 105. 

COIO — No pastor; Rev. Harry M. Gaunt was pastor last year; Mrs. Laura 
Weaver, clerk. Portland, Ind., R. R. 1. Membership, 19. Church building 
valued at $1,000.00. F'ull time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$50.00; Foreign Missions, $3.00; Home Missions, $5.00; all other purposes, $5.00. 

Sunday-.school — Harry M. Gaunt, superintendent, Dunkirk, Ind., R. R. 2; Mary 
Helen Hahn, secretary, Dunkirk, Ind., R. R. 2. Enrollment, 57; average at- 
tendance, 51. Contributed to all other purposes, $45.40. 

Christian Endeavor — Miss Gayle Kirkendall, president, Dunkirk, Ind., R. R. 2.; 
Miss Helen Hahn, corresponding secretary, Dunkirk, Ind., R. R. 2. Members — 
active, 14; associate, 7; total, 21. 

DAWN — Rev. Ernest Treber, pastor; Rev. Ira C. Clark was pastor last year; Jos. 
McFarland, clerk, Dawn, Ohio, R. R. 19. Membership, 130. Received last 
year, 8. Church building- valued at $2,500.00. Preaching twice per month. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $750.00; American Christian Convention, $7.00; 
Foreign Missions, '$11.00; Home Missions, $11.25; Education, $7.75; all other 
purposes, $25.00. 

Sunday-school — W. S. Boyer, superintendent, Versailles, Ohio; Miss Maude 
Boyer, secretary, ^^ersailles, Ohio. Enrollment, 154; average attendance, 134. 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $3.00; all other purposes, $30.00. 

*LDEIV — Rev. N. H. Thornburg, pastor; Rev. N. H. Thornburg was pastor last year; 
Orville C. Russell, clerk, Eaton, Ind., R. R. 2. Membership, 156. Received last 
year, 1. Church building valued at $10,000.00. Preaching twice per month. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $400.00; Foreign Missions, $35.65; Home Mis- 
sions, $25.00; Education, $7.20. 

Sunday-s«hool — Arthur Cassel, superintendent, Muncie, Ind., R. R. 2; Margurite 
Burt, secretary, Eaton, Ind., R. R. 1. Enrollment, 135; averag-e attendance, 
76. Contributed to all other purposes, $23.11. 

FAIRVIEW — Rev. Alva Rowe, pastor; Rev. Alva Rowe was pastor last year; 
Stanley Price, clerk, Greenville, R. R. 8. Received last year, 5. Church build- 
ing valued at $8,000.00. Preaching twice per month. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $350.00; American Christian Convention, $5.00; Foreign Missions, 
$5.00; Home Missions $8.22; Education, $5.00; Relief, $16.51; all other pur- 
poses, $12.00. 

Sunday-school — Stanley I. Price, superintendent, Greenville, Ohio, R. R. 8; 
Miss Edna Koontz, secretary, Greenville, Ohio, R. R. 8. Enrollment, 83; 
average attendance, 40. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $5.00; all 
other purposes, $58.22. 

FALL. CREEK — Rev. Rufus Emmert, pastor; Rev. A. B. Thornburg was pastor 
last year; E. N. Sniderman, clerk, Middletown, Ind. Membership, 100. Re- 
ceived last year, 7. Church building valued at $3,500.00. Preaching- twice 
per month. Contributed to pastoral service, $800.00; American Christian 
Convention, $5.56; Foreign Missions, $7.31; Home Missions, $23.00; Education, 
$2.50; Relief, $15.05; all other purposes, $20.50. 

Sunday-school — Marton McMullen, superintendent, Middletown, Ind.; Cath- 
erine Minnick, secretary, Middletown, Ind. Enrollment, 143; averag-e attend- 
ance, 106. 

FARMLAND — Rev. D. R. Dusk, pastor; Rev. D. R. Lusk was pastor last year; 
A. D. Sayers, clerk. Farmland, Ind. Membership, 91. Received last year, 13. 
Church building- valued at $8,000.00. Parsonage valued at $2,500.00. One- 
half time preaching-. Contributed to pastoral r.ervice, $720.00; American 



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Christian Convention, $5.09; Foieig-n Missions. $19.82; Home Missions, $16.49; 
Education, $5.00; Relief, $12.85; all other purposes, $121.00. 

Sun<Iay-.sehooI — A. D. Sayers, superintendent. Farmland, Ind.; Le Edward 
Beckley, secretary, Farmland, Ind. Enrollment, 169; average attendance, 120. 
Contributed to all other purposes. $80.00. 

FARVIL.1.E — Rev. Ernest Treber, pastor; Rev. Mildred Treber was pastor last 
year; Mrs. Mary Ferguson, clerk, Marion, Ind.. R. R. 7. Membership, 130. 
Church building- valued at $2,000.00. One-half time preaching-. Contributed 
to pastoral service. $522.50; American Christian Convention, $5.00; Foreig-n 
Missions, $15.00; Home Missions, $7.35; Education, $5.00; all other purposes, 
$73.75. 

Sunday-school — Orville U. Holloway. superintendent, Vanburen, Ind.; Dwight 
E. Farr, secretary, Vanburen, Ind. Enrollment, 94; average attendance, 80. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $68.90. 

FELLOW'S HI I' — (1921) — Wm. S. Ashcraft, clerk. Portland, Ind. 

Sunday-school — D. C. Ashcraft, superintendent, Portland, Ind.; Clarice Bryan, 
secretary, Portland, Ind., R. R. 11. Enrollment. 60; average attendance, 50. 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department. $4.51; all other purposes, $27.80. 

FT. RECOVERY — No pastor; Rev. J. R. Cortner was pastor last year; Earl C. 
Granger, clei'k. Ft. Recovery, Ohio. Membership, 106. Received last year, 11. 
Church building valued at $4,000.00. Parsonage valued at $500.00. One-half 
time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service. $600.00; American Christian 
Convention, $7.00; Foreign Missions, $6.55; Home Missions, $5.00; Education. 
$5.00; all other purposes, $140.00. 

Sunday-school — E. C. Granger, superintendent. Ft. Recovery. Ohio; Zoyd Brig- 
ner. secretary, Ft. Recovery, Ohio, R. R. 2. Enrollment, 86; average attend- 
ance, 77. Contributed to all other purposes, $30.45. 

c;oon HOPE — Rev. Sarah Barr, pastor; Rev. Sarah Barr was pastor last year; 
Mrs. Hoke Wall, clerk, Ridgeville, Ind. Membership, 24. Received last year, 
16. Church building valued at $800.00. One-half time preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $200.00; Foreign Missions, $15.00; Home Missions, 
$15.00; Education. $10.00; all other purposes. $51.00. 

tiRAIVVILLiE — No pastor; Rev. Guernsey Stephens was pastor last year; Ola Boyd 
clerk. Eaton, Ind., R. R. 3. Membership, 47. Church building valued at 
$3,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service. $300.00; 
American Christian Convention, $3.00; P'oreign Missions, $6.12; Home Mis- 
sions, $1.50; Education, $4.50; all other purposes, $48.50. 

Sunday-school — David Fisher, superintendent, Eaton, Ind., R. R. 2; Florence 
Kirkwood, secretary, Eaton. Ind., R. R. 1. Enrollment, 52; average attend- 
ance. 25. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $3.00; all other pur- 
poses, $36.00. 

HAGERSTOWIV — Rev. B. A. Hartley, pastor; Rev. B. A. Hartley was pastor last 
year; INIrs. R. B. Worl, clerk, Hagerstown, Ind. Membership, 162. Received 
last year, 20. Church building valued at $15,000.00. Parsonage valued at 
$2,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,500.00; 
American Christian Convention, $10.00; Foreign Missions, $96.00; Home Mis- 
sions, $89.00; Education, $10.00; all other purposes, $60.00. 

Sunday-school — VV. O. Jones, superintendent, Hagerstown, Ind.; M. L. Geb- 
hart, secretary, Hagerstown, Ind. Enrollment, 407; average attendance, 168. 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $10.00; all other purposes. $236.07. 

HANNAS CREEK — (1921 — Loyd C. Harmeyer, clerk. Kitchel. Ind., R. R. 7. 

Sunday-school — Wm. Kitchel. superintendent, Liberty, Ind., R. R. 7; Arthur 
R. Harmeyer, secretary. Liberty, Ind., R. R. 7. Enrollment. 144; average at- 
tendance. 85. 

HARRISVILLE — Rev. Zelma Mills, pastor; Rev. N. S. Tranbarger was pastor last 
year; Solomon Ingle, clerk. Union City, Ind., R. R. 4. Membership, 122. Re- 
ceived last yeai-, 11. Church building valued at $5,000.00. One-half time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoial service. $500.00: American Christian 
Convention, $8.93; Foreign Missions, $117.00; Home Missions, $12.85; Educa- 
tion, $17.63; all other purposes, $25.00; 

Sunday-school — Mrs. Pearl Hamilton, superintendent. Union City, Ind., R. R. 
4; Sylvia Brown, secretary. Union City, R. R. 4. Enrollment, 177; average 
attendance, 100. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $10.70; all other 
purposes, $60.92. 

HOLIiANDSBURG — No pastor; Rev. R. P. Arrick was pastor last year; N. T. Ire- 
land, clerk, Hollandsburg, Ohio. Membership, 146. Church building valued 



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at $8,000.00. One-half time preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$550.00; American Christian Convention, $16.06; Poreig-n Missions, $10.00; 
Home Missions, $10.00; Education, $4.00; all other purposes, $59.00. 
Sunday-school — S. E. Loudenslager, superintendent, Hollandsburg, Ohio; Miss 
Ara Albrig-ht, secretary, Hollandsburg-, Ohio. Enrollment, 139; averagre at- 
tendance, 104. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $2.00; all other 
purposes, $69.50. 

Christian Endeavor — Miss Etta A. Hill, president, Hollandsburg, Ohio; Miss 
Ara Albright, corresponding- secretary, Hollandsburg-, Ohio. Members — active, 
58; associate, 26; total, 84. 

JEFFERSON — Rev. Bessie Alexon, pastor; Rev. L. E. Dull was pastor last year; 
E. L. Myers, clerk. Upland, Ind. Membership, 115. Church building- valued 
at $2,000.00. Parsonage valued at $1,000.00 One-half time preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastqral service, $375.00; F'oreig-n Missions, $20.00; Home Missions, 
$5.00; all other purposes, $11.25. 

Sunday-school — E. L. Myers, superintendent. Upland, Ind.; Geneva Marley, 
secretary, Upland, Ind. Average attendance, CO. 

Christian Endeavor — ]\Iere Himeflck, president. Upland, Ind.; Ruth Fisher- 
buck, corresponding secretary. Upland, Ind. Members — active, 25; associate, 
15; total, 40. 

JIREH — Rev. J. R. White, pastor; Rev. Bruce Mounsey was pastor last year; 
Orlo Holaday, clerk, Gaston, Ind., R. R. 1. Membership, 41. Church building 
valued at $500.00. Preaching- once per month. Contributed to pastoral ser- 
vice, $180.00; American Christian Convention, $3.00; Foreign Missions, $8.00; 
Home Missions, $8.00; Education, $4.30; all other purposes, $13.50. 
Sunday-school — S. N. Pursifull, superintendent, Eaton, Ind.; Miss Lola Day, 
secretary. Eaton. Ind. Enrollment, 23; average attendance, 16. Contributed 
to all other purposes, $45.50. 

I..UGAR CREEK — No pastor; Rev. DeK Judy was pastor last year; Columbus E. 
Hamilton, clerk, Marion, Ind.. R. R. 6. Received last year, 4. Church build- 
ing valued at $1,500.00. One-half time preaching-. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $367.50; American Christian Convention, $1.00; Foreign Missions, 
$5.30; Home Missions, $6.00; Education, $1.00; Relief, $1.43; all other purposes, 
$30.00. 

Sunday-school^ — Columbus E. Hamilton, superintendent, Marion, Ind., R. R. 6; 
Esta Bmbree, secretary, Marion, Ind., R. R. 7. Enrollment, 60; average at- 
tendance, 32. Contributed to all other purposes, $77.71. 

MACEDON — Rev. R. L. Kessler, pastor; Rev. R. L. Kessler was pastor last year; 
Estella Dundon, clerk, Coldwater, Ohio. Membership, 99. Received last year, 
3. Church building valued at $1,800.00. One-half time preaching. Contribut- 
ed to pastoral service, $350.00. 

Sunday-school — Albert Anderson, superintendent. Cold-water, Ohio; Charles 
McAfee, secretary, Coldwater, Ohio. Enrollment, 121; average attendance, 
70. Contributed to all other purposes, $125.00. 

MILLiVIliLiE — Rev. C. B. Kershner, pastor; Rev. C. B. Kershner was pastor last 
year; Noah S. Kindley, clerk, Millville, Ind. Membership, 60. Received last 
year, 5. Church building valued at $2,000.00. Preaching- twice per month. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $800.00; American Christian Convention, 
$7.75; Home Missions, $8.00; all other purposes, $17.50. 

Sunday-school — Ed. Brumbach, superintendent, Hagerstown, Ind.; R. M. 
Foulke, secretary, Newcastle, Ind. 

3IISSISSINEVVA — Rev. Warren Wall, pastor; Rev. Warren Wall was pastor last 
year; Julia Millspaug-h, clerk. Farmland, Ind., R. R. 1. Membership, 52. Re- 
ceived last year, 10. Church building valued at $2,000.00. One-half time 
preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, $350.00; Foreign Missions, $23.77; 
Home Missions, $9.91; Education, $2.40; all other purposes, $34.50. 
Sunday-school — Earl Cantrell, superintendent, Farmland, Ind.; Mrs. Madalene 
Huffman, secretary. Farmland, Ind. Averag-e attendance, 43. Contributed to 
all other purposes, $71.12. 

MONTPELiIER — Rev. Guernsey Stephens, pastor; Rev. Guernsey Stephens was 
pastor last year; M. F. Roush, clerk, Montpelier, Ind. Membership, 72. Re- 
ceived last year, 26. Church building valued at $4,500.00. Parsonag-e valued 
at $3,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $263.00; 
American Christian Convention. $6.20; Foreign Missions, $10.00; Education. 
$2.85; all other purposes, $12.00. 

Sunday-school — Scott Leighton, superintendent, Montpelier, Ind.; Vera Martin, 
secretary, Montpelier, Ind., R. R. 3. Enrollment, 85; averag-e attendance, 58. 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $6.00; all other purposes, $21.24. 
Christian Endeavor — Lena Leighton, president, Montpelier, Ind.; Helen Weid- 
ner, corresponding- secretary, Montpelier, Ind. Members — active, 19. 



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MOORELAND CHRISTIAN — Rev. C. B. Kershner, pastor; Rev. C. B. Kershner 
was pastor last year; Melvin Wood, clerk, ]Mooreland, Ind. Membership, 170. 
Received last year, 46. Church building valued at $13,000.00. One-half time 
preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,191.67; American Christian 
Convention, $28.97; Foreign Missions, $88.30; Home Missions, $57.42; Relief, 
$250.52; all other purposes, $41.50. 

Sunday-.school — Ed L. Brown, superintendent, Mooreland, Ind.; Claude F. 
Hodson, secretary, Mooreland, Ind. Enrollment, 289; average attendance, 
123. Contributed to all other purposes, $290.41. 

Chri^stian Endeavor — Chas. Pearson, president, Mooreland, Ind.; Pauline 
Sheets, corresponding secretary, Mooreland, Ind. Members — active, 35; as- 
.sociate, 10; total. 45. 

MT. ZION — Rev. A. E. Gilmore, pastor; Rev. A. E. Gilmore was pastor last year; 
Mrs. Cecil Petro, clerk, Muncie, Ind., R. R. Membership, 73. Received last 
year, 8. Church building valued at $3,000.00. One-fourth time preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $175.00; American Christian Convention, 
$2.28; Foreign Missions, $13.50; Home Missions, $5.00; Education, $1.65; all 
other purposes, $24.50. 

Sunday-Mchool — Cecil Petro, superintendent, Losantville, Ind.; Clarence 
Clevenger, secretary, Losantville, Ind. Enrollment, 70; average attendance, 
40. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $2.28; all other purposes, $6.82. 

WUNCIE (FIRST CHRISTIAN) — Rev. M. ^V. Butler, pastor; Rev. M. W. Butler was 
pastor last year; Mrs. W. S. Martin, clerk, 211 E. Wysor St., Muncie, Ind. 
Membership, 134. Received last year, 12. Church building valued at $20,000.00. 
Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $800.00; American 
Christian Convention, $4.50; Foreign Missions, $12.75; Home Missions, $10.28; 
all other purposes, $85.00. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 

Christian Endeavor — Miss Gertrude Dewitt, president, Muncie, Ind., 524 W. 
Jackson St.; Miss Mary Richmond, corresponding secretary, Muncie, Ind., R. 
R. 3. Members — active, 20; associate, 14; total, 34. 

MUNCIE (SECOND CHRISTIAN) — Rev. John Applegate, pastor; Rev. John Apple- 
gate was pastor last year; Mary Wickersham, clerk. Muncie, Ind., 510^/^ W. 
8th St. Membership, 67. Received last year, 31. Church building valued at 
$3,000.00. Contributed to pastoral service. Offerings. 

NEW LIBERTY — Rev. Geo. Vanderburg, pastor; Rev. Geo. Vanderburg was pastor 
last year; A. O. Cranor, clerk, Lynn, Ind., R. R. 2. Membership, 60. Church 
building valued at $2,500.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pas- 
toral service, $300.00; American Christian Convention, $6.60; Foreign Missions, 
$10.46; Home Missions, $6.10; Education, $7.56; all other purposes, $76.00. 
Sanday-sohool — Forest D. Johnson, superintendent, Winchester, Ind., R. R. 7; 
Miss Olive Johnson, secretary, Lynn, Ind., R. R. 1. 

NOBLE — Rev. Warren Wall, pastor; Grant Whitenack was pastor last year; Fred 
Keller, clerk, Portland, Ind., R. R. 9. Membership, 86. Received last year, 
4. Church building valued at $3,000.00. One-half time preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $430.00; American Christian Convention, $5.00; 
Foreign Missions, $30.68; Home Missions, $12.48; Education, $9.18; all other 
purposes, $90.36. 

Sunday-school — H. D. Snyder, superintendent, Portland, Ind., R. R. 3; Ottis 
Frankling, secretary, Portland, Ind., R. R. 3. Enrollment, 98. 

NORTH STAR — (1921) — Daniel W. Shepherd, clerk. New Weston, Ohio, R. R. 
■ Sunday-.school — C. E. Brown, superintendent. North Star, Ohio; Olive Birt, 
secretary. North Star, Ohio. 

iVORTH WHITE RIA^DR — Rev. Jesse Oren, pastor; Rev. Jesse Oren was pastor last 
year; Job. T. Jeffery, clerk, Winchester, Ind., R. R. 5. Membership, 20. Re- 
ceived last year, 21. Church building valued at $4,000.00. One-half time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service. $250.00; American Christian Con- 
vention, $1.20: Foreign Missions, $2.15; Home Missions, $1.80; Education, $1.65; 
all other purposes, $25.60. 

Sunday-school — Willie Gray, superintendent, W^inchester, Ind.; Guy Cook, sec- 
retary, Winchester, Ind. Enrollment, 85; average attendance, 45. 

OLIA'E BRANCH — Rev. N. II. Thornburg, pastor; Rev. N. H. Thornburg was 
pastor last year; Walter Stephens, clerk. Farmland, Ind., R. R. 1. Member- 
ship, 108. Received last year, 38. Church building valued at $5,000.00. One- 
half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $400.00; American 
Christian Convention, $3.09; Foreign Missions, $6.77; Home Missions, $2.48; 
Education, $4.40; all other purposes, $50.00. 
Sunday-school — Jessie Cortner, superintendent, Farmland, Ind.; Blanch 



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Stephens, secretary, Ridgeville, Tnd. Enrollment, 121; averag-e attendance, 
75. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $3.50. 

PHIIiADELiPHIA — Rev. N. S. Tranbarger, pastor; Rev. Warren Wall was pastor 
last year; Lon Brooks, clerk, Selma, Ind., R. R. 1. Membership, 123. Re- 
ceived last year, 3. Church building- valued at $3,000.00. One-half time 
preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, $600.00; American Christian Con- 
vention, $3.75; Foreign Missions, $76.72; Home Missions, $26.28; Education, 
$7.90; all other purposes, $88.65. 

Sunda>-sch«>ol — Joseph Thornbuig-, superintendent, Losantville, Ind.; Thomas 
Brewer, secretary, Selma, Ind. Enrollment, fiO; averag-e attendance, 45. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $53.00. 

PLEASANT GROVE — Rev. Guernsey Stephens, pastor; Rev. Arthur E. Gilmore 
was pastor last year; Ola Keener, clerk. Farmland, Ind. Membership, 75. 
Church building valued at $2,500.00. Quarterly preaching-. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $125.00; American Christian Convention, $2.65; Foreign Mis- 
sions, $2.65; Education, $5.00; all other purposes, $7.50. 

Siinflay-.scbool — Mrs. Cleo Ozbun, superintendent, Parker, Ind., R. R. 3; Goldie 
Fetters, secretary, Farmland, Ind. Enrollment, 13; average attendance, 10. 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $2.50. 

PLEASANT HILL — Rev. R. P. Arrick, pastor; Rev. L. E. Dull was pastor last 
year; H. L. Vining-, clerk. Union City, Ind., R. R. 7. Membership, 80. Re- 
ceived last year, 52. Church building valued at $5,000.00. One-half time 
preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, $400.00; American Christian Con- 
vention, $4.97; Foreign Missions, $16.55; all other purposes, $18.50. 
Sunday-school — H. L. Vining, superintendent. Union City, Ind.; Esther Get- 
ting-er, secretary. Union City, Ind. Enrollment, 163; averag-e attendance, 85. 
Christian Endeavor — Earl Hathaway, president, Union City, Ind., R. R. 1; 
Members — active, 30. 

PLEASANT RIDGE — No pastor; Rev. R. L. Kessler was pastor last year; Mrs. 
Grace Jones, clerk. Union City, Ind., R. R. 1. Membership, 50. Received last 
year, 22. Church building valued at $1,000.00. One-half time preaching-. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $375.00; American Christian Convention, $2.25; 
Foreign Missions, $5.25; Home Missions, $4.25; all other purposes, $42.25. 
Snnday-school — Mrs. Grace Jones, superintendent. Union City, Ind., R. R. 7; 
Miss Esther McDonald, secretary. Ft. Recovery, Ohio, R. R. 1. Enrollment, 
132; averag-e attendance, 71. Contributed to all other purposes, $48.95. 

PLEASANT "VALE — Rev. A. B. Thornburg-, pastor; Rev. Ernest Treber was pastor 
last year; Rana Jellison, clerk, Ridg-eville, Ind. Membership, 119. Church build- 
ing valued at $5,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $500.00; American Christian Convention, $5.00; Foreign Missions, 
$60.00; Home Missions, $16.04; Education, $7.00; all other purposes, $23.00. 
Sunday-school — John M. Dull, superintendent, Ridg-eville, Ind.; Mary M. Jelli- 
son, secretary, Ridgeville, Ind. Enrollment. 116; averag-e attendance, 69. 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $5.80; all other purposes, $18.00. 

PORTLAND — Rev. Harry S. Berry, pastor; Rev. Fred Stovenour was pastor last 
year; Geo. Garber, clerk, Portland, Ind., E. 6th St. Membership, 50. Received 
last year, 2. Church building valued at $15,000.00. Full time preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $399.00; American Christian Convention, $6.48; 
Foreign Missions, $28.03; Home Missions, $30.18; all other purposes, $39.50. 
Sunday-school — Zora Walters, superintendent, Portland, Ind.; Esther Brig- 
ham, secretary, Portland, Ind. Enrollment, 96; average attendance, 53. Con- 
tributed to Sunday-school Department, $5.00; all other purposes, $92.60. 
Christian Endeavor — Erma Findley, president, Portland, Ind., W. Walnut St.; 
Miss Ruth Findley, corresponding- secretary, Portland, Ind., W. Walnut St. 

PRAIRIE GROVE — Rev. Jesse Oren, pastor; Rev. Jesse Oren was pastor last year; 
Anna Miller, clerk, Gaston, Ind. Membership, 50. Church building- valued at 
$1,300.00. One-half time preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, $275.00; 
American Christian Convention, $4.00; Foreig-n Missions, $6.64; Home Missions, 
$2.00; Education, $5.50; all other purposes, $2.10. 

Sunday-school — John Schlenker, superintendent, Gaston, Ind., R. R. 2; Drexel 
Haney, secretary, Gaston, Ind., R. R. 2. Enrollment, 60; average attendance, 
46. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $3.00; all other purposes, $4.00. 

SALA3IONIA — Rev. E. D. Oren, pastor; Rev. E. D. Oren was pastor last year; 
John M. Robins, clerk, Portland, Ind., R. R. 4. Membership, 63. Received 
last year, 10. Church building- valued at $2,500.00. Full time preaching-. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $500.00; American Christian Convention, $8.70; 
Foreign Missions, $12.50; Home Missions, $6.80; Education, $3.68; all other 
purposes, $9.51. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 
Christian Endeavor — Mrs. Olive Smith, president, Portland, Ind., R. R. 4; Miss 



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Alvah Wyrick, corresponding secretary, Portland, Ind.. R. R. 4. Members — 
active, 20; associate, 25; honorary, 5; total, 30. 

SARDINIA — Rev. Peter Wasson, pastor; Rev. Peter Wasson was pastor last year; 
Fay Hammitt Snyder, clerk, Bryant, Ind., R. R. 3. Membership, 75. Received 
last year, 10. Church building- valued at $3,500.00. One-half time preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $286.50; American Christian Convention, $3.75; 
Foreign Missions, $12.00; Home Missions, $10.00; Education, $2.81; all other 
purposes, $108.82. 

Sundaj-.school — Mrs. Nellie Kessler, superintendent, Bryant, Ind.; Miss Edith 
Flanding, secretary, Bryant, Ind. Average attendance, 40. 

SHILOH — Rev. Geo. Vanderburg, pastor; Rev. Harry S. Berry was pastor last 
year; Mrs. Leota Gilmore, clerk, Parker, Ind. Membership, 38. Received last 
year, 5. Church building valued at $2,500.00. One-half time preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $150.00; Foreign Missions, $5.30; Home Missions, 
$5.70; Education, $10.50; all other purposes, $32.30. 

Sunday-.soliuul — Elmer Warren, superintendent, Farmland, Ind.; Eulalia 
Thornbuig, secretary. Farmland, Ind. Enrollment, 58; average attendance, 22. 
Chrlistian Eiidcavoi- — Vern Oren, president. Farmland, Ind., R. R. ; Vern Oren, 
corresponding secretary. Farmland, Ind. Members — active, 15. 

STEliVinEO — Rev. J. A. Watson, pastor; Rev. R. P. Arrick was pastor last year; 
Hazel Brewer, clerk, Greenville, Ohio, R. R. 6. Membership, 102. Received 
last year, 8. Church building valued at $6,000.00. One-half time preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $400.00; American Christian Convention, $6.23; 
Foreign Missions, $7.69; all other pui'poses, $59.50. 

Suntlay-isehool — C. D. Lyme, superintendent, Greenville, Ohio; Lottie Brewer, 
secretary, Greenville, Ohio. Enrollment, 60; average attendance, 25. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, .$3.00. 

STRAUGHN — Rev. A. S. Thomas, pastor; Rev. E. D. Oren was pastor last year; 
Mary Waddell, clerk, Straughn, Ind. Membership, 95. Church building 
valued at $2,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral ser- 
vice, $344.20; Foreign Missions, $11.93; Home Missions, $15.07; Education, 
$2.00; Relief, $4.00; all other purposes, $13.45. 

Sunday-.schooI — Alphens Clayton, superintendent, Straughn, Ind.; Eunice 
Bradway, secretary, Straughn, Ind.; Enrollment, 50; average attendance, 50. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $6.45. 

SUGAR CREEK — Rev. Reuben Oren, pastor; Rev. Reuben Oren was pastor last 
year; (1921) Mrs. Emma Wolfe, clerk, Winchester, Ind., R. R. Membership, 
23. Church building valued at $700.00. One-half time preaching. Contribut- 
ed to pastoral service, $400.00; Home Missions, $3.10; all other purposes, $11.50. 
Sunday-.school — Guy Friar, superintendent, Winchester, Ind.; Pearl Owens, 
secretary, Winchester. Ind. Enrollment, 100; average attendance, 30. 

SUIiPHUR SPRINGS — Rev. Rufus Emmert, pastor; Rev. J. E. Featherstone was 
pastor last year; Emma Jones, clerk, Sulphur Springs, Ind. Membership, 108. 
Received last year. 6. Church building valued at $8,000.00. One-half time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $494.60; American Christian Con- 
vention, $7.00; Foreign Missions, $4.75; Home Missions, $5.00; all other pur- 
poses, $21.50. 

Sunday-.school — Floyd W^hitworth, superintendent, Middletown, Ind.; Mary 
Clark, secretary, Middletown. Ind. Aveiage attendance, 100. Contributed to 
Sunday-schoolDepartment, $5.00; all other purposes, $135.55. 

TEEGARDEN — No pastor; Rev. D. G. Pleasant was pastor last year; Vernon 
Duncan, clerk, Ansonia, Ohio. Church building valued at $3,000.00. One-half 
time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $703.00. 

Siuiday-.school — Vernon Duncan, superintendent, Ansonia, Ohio; Nellie 
Collins, secretary, Ansonia, Ohio. Enrollment, 186; average attendance, 125. 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $10.00. 

Christian Endeavor — Mrs. Ray Bonta, president, Ansonia, Ohio; Miss Edna 
Fox, corresponding secretary. Members — active, 30. 

UNION CHAPEL,, RANDOLPH COUNTY — Rev. Bertha Driver, pastor; Rev. Bertha 
Driver was pastor last year; Mrs. C. O. Thornburg, clerk, Selma, Ind., R. R. 
Membership, 76. Received last year, 10. Church building valued at $2,000.00. 
One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $300.00; American 
Christian Convention, $7.17; Foreign Missions, $22.68; Home Missions, $10.16; 
Education, $5.82; all other purposes, $52.75. 

WABASH — Rev. G. R. Mell, pastor; Rev. G. R. Mell was pastor last year; Mrs. 
T. M. Yaney, clerk, Celina, Ohio, R. R. 2. Membership, 40. One-half time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $429.00; American Christian 
Convention, $5.90; Home Missions, $10.50; all other purposes, $60.00. 



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Sunduy-Mchool — F. S. Miller, superintendent, Coldwater, Ohio, R. R. 1; Vivian 
Orang^er, secretary, Coldwater, Ohio, R. R. 1. Enrollment, SO; average attend- 
ance, 60. 

WHITE CHAPEL — Rev. Reuben Oren, pastor; Rev. Reuben Oren was pastor last 
year; Marcellus Hitchcock, clerk, Albany, Ind., R. R. 1. Membership, 99. Re- 
ceived last year, 1.5. Church building- valued at $1,500.00. One-half time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $500.00; American Christian Con- 
vention, $5.40; Foreign Missions, $24.80; Home Missions, $7.79; Education, 
$6.10; all other purposes, $79.81. 

Sunday-school — Mrs. Zula Hitchcock, superintendent, Albany, Ind., R. R. 1; 
Miss Laura Boots, secretary, Albany. Ind., R. R. 2. Enrollment, 100; average 
attendance, 36. Contributed to all other purposes, $19.69. 

WHITE RIVER — Rev. Flora Cummins, pastor; Rev. Geo. Vanderburg was pastor 
last year; Harvey Driver, clerk. Farmland, Ind. Membership, 102. Church 
building valued at $1,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pas- 
toral service, $300.00; American Christian Convention, $4.21; Foreign Missions, 
$10.00; Home Missions, $4.38; Education, $4.11; all other purposes, $2.75. 
Sunday-school — B. F. Baldwin, superintendent. Farmland, Ind.; Grace Medler, 
secretary. Farmland, Ind. Enrollment, 30; average attendance, 15. 

WHITE UNIOJV — Rev. Bertha Driver, pastor; Rev. Bertha Driver was pastor last 
year; Clara Andrues, clerk, Middletown, Ind., R. R. 1. Membership, 55. Re- 
ceived last year, 15. Church building valued at $3,500.00. One-half time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $350.00; American Christian Con- 
vention, $6.28; Foreign Missions, $16.20; Home Missions, $11.27; Education, 
$7.19; all other purposes, $95.00. 

Sunday-.school — Samuel Strough, superintendent, Middletown, Ind.; Helen 
Mundell, secretai-y. Middletown, Ind. Enrollment, 95; average attendance, 82. 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $5.00; all other purposes, $6.00. 

v^'INCHESTER — Rev. D. C. Metsker, pastor; Rev. D. C. Metsker was pastor last 
year; Seth Hinshaw, clerk, Winchester, Ind. Membership, 88. Received last 
year, 15. Church building valued at $4,000.00. Full time preaching-. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $850.00; American Christian Convention, $4.75; 
Foreign Missions, $7.58; Home Missions, $5.10; Education, $6.96; all other 
purposes, $36.20. 

Sunday-school — Charles Puckett, superintendent, Winchester, Ind.; Miss Marie 
Singer, secretary, Winchester, Ind. Enrollment, 152; average attendance, 107. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $34.49. 

Christian Endeavor — Mrs. Cora Monroe, president, Winchester, Ind., 403 Elm 
St.; Lucile Fetter, corresponding secretary, Winchester, Ind., 618 N. East St. 
Members — active, 33; associate, 15; honorary, 2; total, 50. 

W^INDSOR — Rev. Arthur E. Gilmore, pastor; Rev. Arthur E. Gilmore was pastor 
last year; Lizzie Dickson, clerk, Parker, Ind. Membership, 93. Received last 
year, 5. Church building valued at $6,500.00. One-half time preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $200.00; American Christian Convention, $5.40; 
all other purposes, $4.00. 

Sunday-school — James Clevenger, superintendent, Parker, Ind.; Inez Thorn- 
burg, secretary, Parker, Ind. Enrollment, 40; average attendance, 35. 

WOODIIVGTON — Rev. Ira C. Clark, pastor; Rev. Ira C. Clark was pastor last year; 
B. H. Puterbaugh, clerk, Greenville, Ohio, R. R. 5. Membership, 104. Re- 
ceived last year, 31. Church building valued at $5,000.00. One-half time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $750.00; American Christian Con- 
vention, $10.35; Foreign Missions, $39.65; Plome Missions, $36.75; Education, 
$18.57; all other purposes, $13.92. 

Sunday-school — L. H. Bailey, superintendent, Ansonia, Ohio, R. R. 3; Roscoe 
Bailey, secretary, Ansonia, R. R. 3. Enrollment, 385; average attendance, 145. 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department. $16.92; all other purposes, $56.06. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 43; Licentiates, 1; Superannuated, 3; Churches, 
67; Membership, 5,412. Contributions: Pastoral service, $28,469.11; American 
Christian Convention, $294.70; Education $258.60; Foreign Missions, $1,136.49; 
Home Missions, $694.46; Relief, $300.36; all other purposes, $2,429.07. Sunday- 
schools, 62; Enrollment, 5,784; Contributed to Sunday-school Department, 
$126.98. Christian Endeavor Societies, 14; Membership, 378. Total contribu- 
tions reported, $33,709.77. Conference offering to American Christian Con- 
vention, $31.88. 

STATISTICAL, REPORT OF SUIVDAY-SCHOOLS 

Number of conversions and accessions from Sunday-schools 337 

Number not organized according to Conference year 12 

Number using Bibles in classes 25 

Nfumber having graded instruction 22 



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Number of Cradle Rolls 39 

Number of Home Departments l 23 

Number having- Teacher-training Classes - 5 

Number having- Missionary Instructions 40 

Number org-anized for County work 48 

Number not answer as to front rank 15 

Number of org-anized Adult Classes 80 

Number of pupils in Adult Classes 1303 

Number not organized 57 

Number of pupils in classes 740 

Number of intermediate organized classes 42 

Number of pupils on roll 487 

Nurnber not organized 25 

Nurhber on roll 235 

Total Number of Adult Classes 135 

Total Number on roll in Adult Classes - 2043 

Total Number of Intermediate Classes 67 

Total Number on roll in Intermediate Classes _ 722 

Number of organized mixed classes 27 

Number on roll 359 

Number of unorganized classes 32 

Number on roll 432 

Number of Primary Classes 48 

Number of pupils on roll 588 

Number of Beginners' Classes 29 

Number of pupils on roll 334 

Financial 

Amount paid for supplies and equipment $3,240.78 

Amount paid for Home Missions 406.07 

Amount paid for Foreign Missions 961.80 

Amount paid for American Christian Convention 124.58 

Amount paid for all other purposes $5,494.21 

EEL RIVER 

(Reported by Secretary Barnes) 

Session of 1921 — Winona Lake, Indiana. 
Session of 1922 — Winona Lake, Indiana. 

Officers — Judge O. W. Whitelock, Huntington, Indiana — President. 
Rev. C. C. Tarr, Bluffton, Indiana — ^Vice-President. 

J. F. Barnes, Huntington, Indiana — Secretary and Secretary of Finance. 
D. C. Urshel, North Manchester, Indiana — Treajsurer. 

Rev. J. J. Beisiegel, North Manchester, Indiana — Secretary of Missions. 
Rev. F. H. Petershime, North Manchester, Ind. — Secretary of Sunday-schools. 
Frieda Kirkendall, Huntington, Indiana — Secretary of Christian Endeavor. 
Rev. Joseph B. Fisher, Nappanee, Indiana — Secretary of Education. 
Frank Bitting, Albion, Indiana — Secretary of Publishing. 
Rev. A. W. Cash, Kimmell, Indiana — Secretary of Evangelism. 
Earl Bayman, South Whitley, Indiana — Secretary of Relief. 

Tru.stees elected August, 1919 — Rev. R. W. Page, Huntington, Ind., R. R. ; Thomas 
M. Ott, Albion, Ind., R. R. ; William H. Poreman, Huntington, Ind., R. R. 

Trustees elected Angast, 1920 — D. C. Urshel, North Manchester, Ind.; Rev. Samuel 
Frantz, North Manchester, Ind.; C. W. McClurg, Warren, Ind. 

Trustees elected 1921 — John E. Haecker, Andrews, Ind.; Chas. F. Miller, Sidney, 
Ind.; R. D. Chalfant, Bluffton. Ind. 

Officers of Board of Trustees — R. W. Page, Huntington, Ind., R. R. — President. 
Rev. Samuel Frantz, North Manchester, Indiana — Secretary. 
D. C. Urshel, North Manchester, Indiana — Treasurer. 

Executive Board — Judge O. W. W^hitelock, Huntington, Indiana — President. 
J. F. Barnes, Huntington, Indiana — Secretary. 
Rev. C. C. Tarr, Bluffton, Indiana. 
Miss Frieda Kirkendall, Huntington, Indiana. 
Rev. F. H. Petersime, North Manchester, Indiana. 
Rev. Joseph B. Fisher, Nappanee, Indiana. 
Rev. R. W. Page, Hiintington, Indiana, R. R. 
Rev. A. W. Cash, Kimmell, Indiana. 
Rev. J. J. Beisiegel, North Manchester, Indiana. 



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Bllnisters — Robinson, Mrs. Eliza, Ft. Wayne, Ind. 

Beisiegel, J. J., North Manchester, Ind. Samuel, W. D., Wingate, Ind. 

Cash, A. W., Kimmell, Ind. Short, H. H., Bluffton, Ind., R. R. 

Cochnower, A. B'., Goshen, Ind. Smeltzer, Lloyd, Bryant, Ind., R. R. 

Etter, J. E., Huntington, Ind. Spohn, E. T., Columbia City, Ind. 

Fisher, Joseph B., Nappanee, Ind. Tarr, C. C, Bluffton, Ind. 

Frantz, Samuel, North Manchester, Ind. Yantis, J. Wesley, Sidney, Ohio. 

Frazier, Jacob A., Winona Lake, Ind. Licentiates — 

Harris, P. V., South Whitley, Ind., R. R. Bouman, Dennis, Defiance, Ohio. 

House, Thomas C, Bluffton, Ind., R. R. Gloyd. George W., Kimmell, Ind. 

H'ubartt, Perry A., Collamer, Ind. Hartman, John, Wakarusa, Ind. 

Minton, W. P., 318 Edgar Ave., Dayton, Ohio. Kirkendall, Frieda, Haverhill, Mass. 

Orebaugh, J. C, Albion, Ind., R. R. Associates — 

Page, R. W., Huntington, Ind., R. R. Lindley, Hazel, South Whitley, Ind. 

Petersime, F. H., North Manchester, Ind. Page, Bert, Linn Grove, Ind. 
Rheubottom, Mary G., Pullman, Mich. 

Church, Pastor, Clerk, Offerlng;s, Organizations 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

ANTIOCH — Rev. F. H. Petersime, pastor; Rev. F. H. Petersime was pastor last 
year; D. C. Urschel, clerk. North Manchester, Indiana. Membership, 85. Re- 
ceived last year, 10. Church building- valued at $1200.00. Full time preach- 
ing. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,200.00; American Christian Conven- 
tion, $10.00; Foreign Missions, $40.70; Education, $15.00; all other purnoses 
$80.00. 

Sunday-school — D. C. Urschel, superintendent, North Manchester, Indiana; 
Bertha Royer, secretary, North Manchester, Indiana. Enrollment, 110; aver- 
age attendance, 53. Contributed to all other purposes, $105.53. 

BOONEVILiLiE — Rev. P. V. Harris, pastor; Rev. Allison (Dayton, Ohio) was pastor 
last year; Carl Thomson, clerk, South Whitley, Indiana. Membership 80 
Received last year, 2. Church building valued at $3,000.00. One-half time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $446.00; American Christian Con- 
vention, $16.00; Foreign Missions, $218.79; Home Missions, $38.57- Education 
$68.25; all other purposes, $97.50. 

Sunday-school — Blanche Harshman, superintendent. South Whitley, Indiana- 
Hazel Gray, secretary. South Whitley, Indiana. Enrollment, 94; average 
attendance, 57. Contributed to all other purposes, $151.32. 

Christian Endeavor — Mrs. Letta Thompson, president. South Whitley, Indiana 
Mrs. Letta Thompson, corresponding secretary. South Whitley, Indiana. 

BROADWAY — No pastor; No pastor last year; Mrs. Cecelia Gerkin, clerk Crom- 
well. Indiana. Membership, 70. Church building valued at $3,000.00. Con- 
tributed to American Christian Convention, $6.00; Foreign Missions $20 75- 
Home Missions, $13.00; Education, $13.13; all other purposes, $22. Oo! 
Sunday-school — Ray V. Jones, superintendent, Cromwell, Indiana- Bert Hodge 
secretary, Cromwell, Indiana. Enrollment, 50; average attendance 30 Con- 
tributed to Sunday-school Department, $4.31; all other purposes, $76.74. 

COLLAMER — Rev. Perry Hubartt, pastor; Rev. Perry Hubartt was pastor last 
year; Nettie Goff, clerk, Collamer, Indiana. Membership, 59 Received last 
year, 3. Church building valued at $1,500.00. One-half time preaching Con 
tributed to pastoral service, $500.00; American Christian Convention' $5 75- 
Foreign Missions, $18.60; Home Missions, $11.00; Education, $5 44- all other 
purposes, $21.80. f"^ -*-*. «!■" oiner 

Sunday-school — Perry Kreider, superintendent. South Whitley Indiana- Ruth 
Stoner, secretary. South WTiitley, Indiana. Enrollment, 75- average attend 
ance, 57. Contributed to all other purposes, $124.57. 

Christian Endeavor — Members — active. 20; associate, 12; honorary 23- total 
55. Contributed to Christian Endeavor Department, $ .72. 

DUIVFEE — Rev. Samuel Frantz, pastor; Rev. Samuel Frantz was pastor last vear- 
Sadie Forsythe, clerk. Fort Wayne, Indiana, R. R. 6. Membership 113 Rg-^ 
ceived last year, 10. Church building valued at $1,500.00. One-half time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $550.00; American Christian Con- 
y^^^^°";, ^'^-^''' Foreign Missions, $14.60; Home Missions, $9.08- Education 
$7.00; all other purposes, $30.70. *i^-"o, ii.aucation, 

Sunday-school — Mrs. Mazie Ozer, superintendent. Ft. Wayne Indiana R R 6- 
Miss Ethel Van Hoozen, secretary, Ft. Wayne, Indiana, R. R. 6. En'roliment 
90; average attendance, 60. Contributed to all other purposes, $174.76. 
Christian Endeavoi^— Lucile Plaugh, president. Ft. Wayne, Indiana, R R 6- 
Viola Leach, corresponding secretary, Columbia City. Indiana, R. R. 7. Mem.: 
bers— active, 35. Contributed to Christian Endeavor DepartmentT $2.52 

EEL RIVER— Rev. Hazel Lindley, pastor; Rev. Hazel Lindley was pastor last 
year; Mrs. Ruth Walgamuth, clerk. South Whitley, Indiana Membtrsh[p, 97 



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Received last year, 14. Church building valued at $5,000.00. Full time preach- 
ing-. Contributed to pastoral service, $374.72; Foreign Missions, $21.72; Home 
Missions, $14.00; Education, $56.00; Federal Council, $1.00; all other purposes, 
$67.05. 
Sunday-Mchool — C. M. Koontz, superintendent, South Whitley, Indiana; Thelma 
Koontz, secretary. South Whitley, Indiana. Enrollment, 81; average attend- 
ance, 40. Contributed to all other purposes, $80.88. 

Chri.stian Einlenvor — Ruth Walgamuth, president. South Whitley, Indiana; 
Themla Koontz, corresponding secretary. South Whitley, Indiana. Members — 
active, 13; associate, 13; honorary, 1; total, 27. Contributed to Christian En- 
deavor Department, $1.50. 

ELKHART — Rev. Cloyd E. Strawbridge, pastor; Rev. Cloyd E. Straw^bridge 
was pastor last year; Walter W. Garl, clerk, 1134 Lexington Avenue, 
Elkhart, Indiana. Membership, 87. Received last year, 4. Church building valu- 
ed at $4,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $791.05; 
American Christian Convention, $28.18; Foreign Missions, $49.05; Home Mis- 
sions, $53.00; Education, $17.50; all other purposes, $9.82. 

Sunday-school — Miss Flossie Yoder, superintendent, 601 Myrtle St., Elkhart, 
Indiana; Russel Hager, secretary, 117 N. Vine St., Elkhart, Indiana. Enroll- 
ment, 180; average attendance, 115. Contributed to all other purposes, $753.44. 
Christian Endeavor — Russel Hager, president, 117 N. Vine St., Elkhart, In- 
diana; Miss Coa Grass, corresponding secretary, W. Lexington Ave., Elkhart, 
Indiana. Members — active, 20. Contributed to Christian Endeavor Depart- 
ment, $2.00. 

OOSHEN — No pastor; Rev. A. B. Cochnower was pastor last year; Roy Rensberger, 
clerk, 1018 S. 7th, Goshen, Indiana. Membership, 198. Received last year, 
18. Church building valued at $2,000.00. Parsonage valued at $4,000.00. Full 
time pleaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,020.90; American Chris- 
tian Convention, $31.07; Foreign Missions, $322.72; Home Missions, $112.22; 
Education, $44.04; all other purposes, $61.45. 

Sunday-school — C. B. Miller, superintendent, Goshen, Indiana; Louis Koerner, 
secretary, Goshen, Indiana., R. R. Enrollment, 275; average attendance, 145. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $419.27. 

Christian Endeavor — Clem Stump, president, 110 Wilson Ave., Goshen, Indiana; 
Miss Delpha Holdeman, corresponding secretary, Plymouth Ave., Goshen, 
Indiana. Members — active, 48. 

HUIVTIXGTON' — Rev. J. E. Etter, pastor; Rev. J. E. Etter was pastor last year; 
Frank Hilyard, clerk, 904 Ogan Ave., Huntington, Indiana. Membership, 621. 
Received last year, 51. Church building valued at $20,000.00. Parsonage 
valued at $17,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$2,000.00; American Christian Convention, $50.00; Foreign Missions, $524.08; 
Home Missions, $249.71; Education, $138.00; all other purposes, $251.39. 
Sunday-scliool — J. F. Barnes, superintendent, 52 Wright St., Huntington, In- 
diana; Geraldine H. Auker, secretary, 652 Etna Ave., Huntington, Indiana. 
Enrollment, 490; average attendance, 245. Contributed to all other purposes, 
$732.08. 

Christian Endeavor — Miss Elizabeth Dolson, president, 503 E. Tipton St.; Miss 
Lela "Wiles, corresponding- secretary, 1433 Walnut St. Members — active, 30. 

IjINN grove — Rev. Bert Page, pastor; Rev. Bert Page was pastor last year; 
John P. Steiner, clerk, Linn Grove, Indiana. Membership, 70. Church build- 
ing valued at $10,000.00. Parsonage valued at $1,500.00. One-half time preach- 
ing. Contributed to pastoral service, $500.00: American Christian Convention, 
$7.00; Foreign Missions, $16.70; Home Missions, $24.47; Education, $57.05; 
Relief, $10.00; all other purposes, $342.38. 

Sunday-school — Herman Breminger, superintendent, Bluff ton, Indiana, R. R. 6; 
Warren Holloway, secretary, Geneva, Indiana. Enrollment, 108; average 
attendance, 69. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $3.00; all other 
purposes, $216.99. 

IWAJEIVICA — No pastor; , Rev. R. W. Page was pastor last year; S. 
H. Palmer, clerk, Huntington, Indiana, R. R. 5. Membership, 201. Received 
last year, 18. Church building valued at $4,000.00. Full time preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $1,200.00; Foreign Missions, $23.00; Home 
Missions, $35.00; Education, $34.25; Federal Council, $3.10; all other purposes, 
$37.95. 

Sunday-school — Benjamin Vendrick, superintendent, Huntington, Indiana, R. 
R. 6; Mary Beck, secretary, \Varren, Indiana, R. R. Enrollment, 168; average 
attendance, 80. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $250.00; all other 
purposes, $192.72. 

Christian Endeavor— Miss Geneva Rice, president, "Warren, Indiana, R. R. 4; 
John Fist, corresponding secretary, Huntington, Indiana, R. R. 5. Members — 
active, 40; associate, 12; honorary, 1; total 53. Contributed to Christian En- 
deavor Department, $4.00. 



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MERRIAM — Rev. J. C. Orebaug-h, pastor; Rev. J. C. Orebaugh was pastor laet 
year; Mrs. Lydia Smith, clerk, Albion, Indiana, R. R. 3. Membership, 185. Re- 
ceived last year, 6. .Church building- valued at $5,000.00. Parsonage valued 
at $1,500.00. Full time preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,000.00; 
American Christian Convention, $5.00; Foreign Missions, $10.15; Home Mis- 
sions, $14.66; Education, $36.36; all other purposes, $139.40. 

Sunday-school — O. N. Butler, superintendent, Kimmell, Indiana; Mabel C. 
Young-, secretary, Kimmell, Indiana. Enrollment, 166; average attendance, 
65. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $3.72; all other purposes. 
$240.82. 

Christian Endeavor — Frank Bitting-, president, Albion, Indiana; Ursa Young, 
corresponding secretary, Kimmell, Inaiana. Members — active, 66; associate. 9; 
total, 75. Contributed to Christian Endeavor Department, $5.00. 

MILLWOOD — Rev. J. B. Fisher, pastor; Rev. J. B. Fisher was pastor last year; 
W. I. Anglin, clerk, Etna Green, Indiana. Membership, 92. Church building- 
valued at $2,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$500.00; American Christian Convention, $4.00; Foreign Missions, $27.90; Home 
Missions, $15.00; Education, $124.38; all other purposes, $66.45. 
Sunday-school — Orlando Jones, superintendent, Nappanee, Indiana. Enroll- 
ment, 98; average attendance, 72. Contributed to all other purposes, $130.11. 

MURRAY — No pastor; Rev. Thomas C, House was pastor last year: 
Miss Hazel Eversole, clerk, Bluffton, Indiana. R. R. 5. Membership. 65. 
Received last year, 10. Church building- valued at $1,500.00. One-half time 
preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, $500.00; American Christian Con- 
vention, $4.00; Foreig-n Missions, $25.85; Home Missions, $25.00; Education, 
$25.00; all other purposes, $26.50. 

Sunday-school — Fred Houtz, superintendent, Bluffton, Indiana, R. R. 5; Walter 
Gleim, secretary, Ossian, Indiana. Enrollment, 118; averag-e attendance, 39. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $172.91. 

Christian Endeavor — Clarence Gray, president, Bluffton, Indiana, R. R. ; Miss 
Gladys Houtz, corresponding secretary, Bluffton, Indiana, R. R. Members — 
active, 25. 

NORTH MANCHESTER — Rev. J. J. Beisieg-el, pastor; Rev. J. J. Beisiegel was 
pastor last year; Ivan B. Little, clerk. North Manchester, Indiana. Mem- 
bership, 208. Received last year, 23. Church building valued at $12,000.00. 
Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,474.64; American 
Christian Convention, $15.00; Foreign Missions, $61.50; Home Missions, $34.00; 
Education, $21.00; all other purposes, $68.00. 

Sunday-school — Paul D. Stone, superintendent. North Manchester, Indiana; 
Paul S. Brinneman, secretary. North Manchester, Indiana. Enrollment, 216; 
average attendance 102. Contributed to Sundy-school Department, $5.00; 
all other purposes, $2,234.24. 

Christian Endeavor — Paul Brinneman, president, North Manchester; Mrs. Ivan 
Little, corresponding secretary. North Manchester. Members- — active, 50; as- 
sociate, 5; honorary, 2; total, 57. Contributed to Christian Endeavor De- 
partment, $5.26. 

NORTH WEBSTER — No pastor; Rev. J. M. Hartman was pastor last year; Chas. 
T. Mock, clerk, Leesburg-, Indiana, R. R. 1. Membership, 42. Church building- 
valued at $1,800.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service. 
$300.00; Foreig-n Missions, $11.66; Home Missions, $4.46; Education, $40.00; 
all other purposes, $11.80. 

Sunday-school — John Chaney, superintendent, Leesburg-, Indiana; Georg-e 
Mock, secretary, Leesburg-, Indiana. Enrollment, 50; average attendance, 31. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $46.87. 

PAW^ PAW^ — Rev. Bert Page, pastor; Rev. Bert Pag-e was pastor last year; Ben 
Hiner, clerk, Wabash. Indiana. Membership, 40. Received last year, 1. 
Church building- valued at $750.00. One-half time preaching-. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $450.00; Foreign Missions, $2.00; Home Missions, $14.60; 
Education, $29.61; all other purposes, $19.61. 

Sunday-school — Miss Carrie Meyer, superintendent, Wabash, Indiana; Wilbur 
Dawes, secretary, Urbana, Indiana. Enrollment, 65; average attendance, 30. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $63.97. 

PLEASANT GROVE — No pastor; No pastor last year; T. J. John, clerk. North 
Manchester. Indiana. Membership, 49. Church building- valued at $2,500.00. 
Contributed to Education, $2.40; all other purposes. $18.50. 

Sunday-school — Mrs. Delia Judy, superintendent. North Manchester, Indiana; 
Miss Frances Droty, secretary. North Manchester, Indiana. Enrollment, 61; 
average attendance, 25. Contributed to all other purposes, $70.90. 

PLEASANT HILL — Rev. J. C. Barrett, pastor; Rev. Herman Lewis was pastor last 
year; Mrs. Will Butz, clerk, Albion, Indiana. Membership. 77. Received last 



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year, 9. Church valued at $3,000.00. One-half time preaching-. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $550.00; American Christian Convention, $13.85; Foreign 
Missions, $79.87; Home Missions. $180.51; Education, $42.12; all other purposes, 
$38.50. 

Sunday-school — John Conrad, superintendent, Lig-onier, Indiana; Arthur 
Smoliiiske. secretary, Albion, Indiana. Enrollment, 120; averag-e attendance, 
66. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $7.00; all other purposes, 
$179.50. 

Christian Endeavor — Mrs. Thos. D. Stig-ner, president, Wawaka, Indiana; Miss 
Blanche Applegath, corresponding secretary, Albion, Indiana. Members — 
active, 20; associate, 8; total, 28. Contributed to Christian Endeavor Depart- 
ment, $14.17. 

PLUM TREE — No pastor; No pastor last year; jMary Dungan, clerk, Warren, In- 
diana. R. R. 4. Membership, 138. Received last year, 5. Church building 
valued at $1,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral ser- 
vice, $700.00; American Christian Convention, $5.00; Foreign Missions, $43.25; 
Home Missions, $44.15; Education, $14.90; all other purposes, $50.98. 
Sunday-school — Fordson Shultz, superintendent, Warren, Indiana, R. R. 3; 
Mary Dungan, secretary, Warren, Indiana, R. R. 4. Enrollment. 106; average 
attendance, 67. Contributed to all other purposes, $155.54. 
Christian Endeavor — Lena Pownall, president, Warren, Indiana, R. R. 4. 

SALiAMONIA — No pastor; Rev. Samuel Frantz was pastor last year; Mrs. Ellen 
Smith, clerk, Andrews, Indiana, R. R. Membership, 80. Received last year, 
2. Church building valued at $1,500.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $500.00; American Christian Convention, $2.00; Foreign 
Missions, $10.00; Home Missions, $6.00; Education, $4.25; all other purposes, 
$17.85. 

Sunday-school — John E. Haecker, superintendent, Andrews, Indiana; Eva 
Griffith, secretary, Andrews, Indiana. Enrollment, 50; average attendance, 
26. Contributed to all other purposes, $51.61. 

SERA'IA Rev. J. E. Featherstone, pastor; Rev. Perry Hubartt was pastor last 

year; Percie Heeter, clerk, Servia, Indiana. Membership. 72. Church building 
valued at $2,500.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral ser- 
vice, $600.00; Foreign Missions, $14.50; Home Missions, $5.85; Relief, $12.10; 
all other purposes, $3.35. 

Sunday-school — J. D. Cart, superintendent, Servia, Indiana; Grace Partridge, 
secretary. North Manchester, Indiana. Enrollment. 95; average attendance, 
65 Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $2.47; all other purposes, 
$181.64. 

SIDNEY Rev. P. Virgil Harris, pastor; No pastor last year; A. Florence Messi- 

more, clerk, Sidney, Indiana. Membership, 63. Church building valued at 
$2,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $7.88; 
\merican Christian Convention, $9.50; Foreign Missions, $49.66; Home Mis- 
sions, $32.01; Education, $11.69; Relief, $25.00; all other purposes, $39.21. 
Sunday-school^ — Mrs. C. B. jNIcConnell. superintendent, Sidney, Indiana; Lina 
Bloom, secretary, Sidney, Indiana. Enrollment, 77; average attendance, 42. 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $8.18; all other purposes. $88.69. 

SIX MILE Rev. H. H. Short, pastor; Rev. H. H. Short was pastor last year; 

Sarah Markley, clerk, 527 W. South St., Bluffton, Indiana. Membership, 163. 
Received last year, 30. Church building valued at $13,000.00. Parsonage 
valued at $2,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$1 300.00; American Christian Convention, $9.16; Foreign Missions. $86.06; 
Home Missions, $54.04; Education, $60.45; all other purposes, $89.77. 
Sunday-school — Ross Devore, superintendent, Bluffton, Indiana; Mildred 
Shoup,' secretary, Bluffton, Indiana. Enrollment, 158; average attendance, 
60. Contributed to Sunday-school Department. $18.50; all other purposes, 
$111.00. 

Christian Endeavor — Miss Grace Smith, president, Bluffton, Indiana, R. R. 6; 
Miss Eva Chalfant, corresponding secretary, Bluffton, Indiana, R. R. 6. Mem- 

ijers active, 46; associate, 22; total. 68. Contributed to Christian Endeavor 

Department, $94.16. 

SPjVrXA Rev. A. W. Cash, pastor; Rev. A. W. Cash was pastor last year; Mrs. 

J E Crothers. clerk. Ligonier. Indiana. Membership. 260. Received last 
year. 48. Church building valued at $30,000.00. Parsonage valued at $2,500.00. 
Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $900.00; American 
Christian Convention, $10.00; Foreign Missions, $74.61; Home Missions, $50.00; 
Education, $62.30; all other purposes, $82.61. 

Sunday-school — W. W. Doll, superintendent. Ligonier. Indiana. R. R. ; Russell 
Butler*, secretary, Kimmell, Indiana. Enrollment, 181; average attendance. 



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89. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $3.00; all other purpo.se.s, 

$363.12. 

Christian Endeavor — Mr. Earl D. Clark, president, Kimmell, Indiana. Members 

— active, 82. 

STRINGTOWIV — Rev. J. M. Hartma.n, pastor; Rev. J. M. Hartman was pastor last 
year; Lillian Kilgore, clerk, Kimmell, Indiana. Membership, 31. Received 
last year, 1. Church building- valued at $3,000.00. One-half time preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $500.00; Foreign Missions, $3.93; Home Mis- 
sions, $4.61; Education, $2.63; Relief, $10.00; all other purposes, $63.50. 
Sunday-school — Mrs. Mary Hull, superintendent, Kimmell, Indiana; Miss 
Doris Wiley, secretary, Kimmell, Indiana. Enrollment, 47; average a.ttend- 
ance, 33. Contributed to all other purposes, $76.54. 

WAKARUSA — Rev. Clarence Defur, pastor; Rev. Jacob A. Frazier was pastor last 
year; Elmer Bauer, clerk, Wakarusa, Indiana. Membership, 197. Received 
last year, 23. Church building- valued at $18,000.00. Parsonage valued at 
$2,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service. $1,696.70; 
American Christian Convention, $21.00; Foreign Missions, $307.30; Home Mis- 
sions, $92.00; Education, $115.52; all other purposes, $62.20. 

Sanday-school — Calvin Leinhart, superintendent, Wakarusa, Indiana; Florence 
Hahn, secretary, Wakarusa, Indiana. Enrollment, 208; average attendance, 
144. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $39.19; all other purposes, 
$478.07. 

Christian Endeavor — Moses Sailor, president, Wakarusa, Indiana; Esther 
Searer, corresponding secretary, Wakarusa, Indiana. Member.s — active, 35; 
honorary, 3; total, 38. Contributed to Christian Endeavor Department, $5.00. 

WARREN — Rev. H. G. Rowe, pastor; Rev. H. G. Rowe was pastor last year; S. P. 
Good, clerk, Warren, Indiana. Membership, 444. Received last year, 137. 
Church building valued at $18,000.00. Parsonage valued at $2,000.00. Full 
time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,800.00; American Chris- 
tian Convention, $27.00; Foreign Missions, $135.25; Home Missions, $92.00; 
Education. $211.00; all other purposes, $427.43. 

Snnday-seliool — Samuel P. Good, superintendent, Warren, Indiana; Effie Couch, 
secretary, Warren, Indiana. Enrollment, 316; average attendance, 300. Con- 
tributed to Sunday-school Department, $22.43; all other purposes, $730.64. 

^VATEREORD — ^No pastor; Rev. Osker Lehman was pastor last year; Mrs. Eliza A. 
Benner, clerk, Goshen, Indiana, R. R. 6. Membership, 40. Received last year, 
3. Church building- valued at $875.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $200.00; American Christian Convention, $2.00; Foreign 
Missions, $12.86; Home Missions, $8.00; Education, $8.00; all other purposes, 
$19.80. 

Sanday-.school — B. N. Butzer, superintendent, Goshen, Indiana; Willdura 
Christian, secretary, Goshen, Indiana. Enrollment, 40; averag-e attendance, 
36. Contributed to all other purposes, $62.84. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 22; Licentiates, 4; Churches, 29; Membership, 
3,927. Contributions: Pastoral service, $21,561.89; American Christian Con- 
vention, $289.01; Education, $1,267.27; Foreig-n Missions, $2,227.06; Home Mis- 
sions, $1,236.94; Federal Council, $4.10; Relief, $57.10; all other purposes, 
$2,267.50. Sunday-schools, 29; Enrollment, 3,893. Contributed to Sunday- 
school Department, $119.30. Christian Endeavor Societies, 16; Membership, 
641. Contributed to Christian Endeavor Department, $29.80. Total contri- 
butions reported, $29,905.97. Conference offering to American Christian Con- 
vention, $28.40. 

INDIANA MIAMI RESERVE 

(Reported by Secretary Hiatt) 

Session of 1921 — Elm Grove. 
Session of 1922 — South Liberty. 

Officer.s — Rev. Wm. Cunningham, Alexandria. Ind. — President 
Rev. J. W. Stewart, Alexandria, Ind.- — Vice-President. 
Rev. J. V. Hiatt, Tiosa, Ind. — Secretary. 
John H. Osborn, Poneto, Ind. — Treasurer. 

Trustees — L. J. Bozell, Tipton, Ind.; E. C. Coffman, Muncie, Ind.; Rev. J. E. Mc- 
Corkhill, Fairmount, Ind.; Rev. Bruce Mounsey, Alexandria, Ind.; E. R. Bilby 
Goldsmith, Ind. 

Ministerial Exaniiningr Board — Rev. E. A. DeVore, Rev. Wm. Cunningham, Rev 
Bruce Mounsey, Rev. M. M. Wiles, Rev. Ed. Smith. 



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Department Seeretaries — Rev. E. A. DeVore — Education. 

Rev. J. E. Featheistone — Missions and Church Extention. 
Rev. J. E. McCorkhill — Sunday-schools. 
Rev. J. W. Meyers — Publishing-. 
Smithson Davis — Christian Endeavor. 

Chairmen of Commlttee.s — Rev. M. M. Wiles — Roll. 
Rev. Ed. Smith- — Moral Reform. 
Rev. J. W. Stewart — Reception of Churches. 
Rev. Bruce Mounsey — Grievance. 
Rev. Z. McNew — Condolence. 

Rev. J. B. McCorkhill — Classification of Ministers. 
Rev. S. Janney — Claims. 
Rev. H. Childs — Closing. 



Ministers — 

Boone, Lola, Kirklin, Ind. 
Brown, Christopher. Parker, Ind. 
Childs, Herman, Alexandria, Ind. 
Clark, J. L., Summitville, Ind. 
Coe, Walter, Medford. Wis. 
Cox, Isaac, Ft. Smith, Arkansas. 
Cunningham, Wm., Alexandria, Ind. 
DeVore, E. A., Indianapolis, Ind. 
Dipboye, J. W., EKvood, Ind. 
Featherstone, J. E., Kokomo, Ind. 
Hiatt, J. v., Tiosa, Ind. 
Hinkle, A. P., Goldsmith, Ind. 
Hoisclaw, R. F., Alexandria, Ind. 
Janney, Sylvester, Alexandria, Ind. 
McCorkhill, J. E., Fairmount, Ind. 
McFarland, H. M., Anderson, Ind. 
McNew, Z., Frankfort, Ind. 



Mounsey, Bruce, Alexandria, Ind. 
Myers, Wm., Frankfort, Ind. 
Page, Bert, Linn Grove, Ind. 
Ross, J. N., FaiTiiIand, Ind. 
Snodgrass, C. W., Ncwcomb, Tenn. 
Smith, Ed., Alexandria, Ind. 
Smith, G. B., Indianapolis, Ind. 
Stewart, J. W., Alexandria, Ind. 
Teters, M. L., Tipton, Ind. 
Wiles, M. M., Kirklin, Ind. 
Wilkins, Wm., Tipton, Ind. 
Wininger, M. B., Bennetts Switch, Ind. 
Young, H. A., Anderson, Ind. 
liieentiate.s — 
Day. Daniel, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Delpb, A. C, Anderson, Ind. 
Hensley, D. S., Muncie, Ind. 



Chureli, Pastor, Clerk, Offerings, Orgranizations 

(Offering-s October 1. 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

ANDERSON — Rev. H. M. McFarland, pastor; Rev. H. M. McFarland was pastor 
last year: Roy Hanson, clerk, Anderson, Ind. Church building- valued at 
$1,500.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $162.00: 
all other purposes, $6.00. 

Sunday-sohool — A. D. Neff, superintendent, Anderson, Ind.; Roy Hanson, secre- 
tary, Anderson, Ind. Enrollment, 36; average attendance, 30. Contributed to 
all other purposes, $5.90. 

BETHEL — Rev. Z. McNew, pastor; Rev. Z. McNew was pastor last year; F. R. 
Douglas, clerk, Frankfort, Ind. Church building- valued at $700.00. One-half 
time preaching. 

Sanday-seliool — Bertha Fatchet, superintendent, Frankfort, Ind.; Lily Patchet, 
secretary, Frankfort, Ind. Enrollment, 80; average attendance, 40. 



BET.HEL, — No pastor; Rev. Bruce Mounsey was pastor last year; Sherman Stout, 
clerk, Gaston, Ind. Church building valued at $1,000.00. One-fourth time 
preaching. 

CENTER — No pastor; Rev. O. E. Oxley was pastor last year; E. Ellabarger, clerk, 
Center, Ind. Church building valued at $10,000.00. One-half time preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $400.00; all other purposes, $2.00. 

CL.ARKTOWN — No pastor; No pastor last year; Lavie Mirley, clerk, Summitville, 
Ind. Church building valued at $600.00. Contributed to all other purposes, 
$2.00. 

COMMUNITY — Rev. E. A. DeVore, pastor; Rev. E. A. DeVore was pastor last year; 
Earnest Smith, clerk, Indiana.polis, Ind. Church building valued at $1,000.00. 
Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $200.00. 
Sunday-seliool — Earnest Smith, superintendent, Indianapolis, Ind.; Louise 
Cooper, secretary, Indianapolis, Ind. Enrollment, 92; average attendance, 37. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $92.36. 

DUNDEE — No pastor; Rev. Arthur "Williams was pastor last year; Edyth Fergu- 
son, clerk, Alexandria, Ind., R. R. 5. Membership, 43. Received last year, 6. 
Church building valued at $1,500.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $75.00; Foreign Missions, $1.00; all other purposes, $2.00. 
Snnday-sehool — Chas. Davis, superintendent, Alexandria^ Ind., R. R. 5; Luva 
Hook, secretary, Alexandria, Ind., R. R. 5. Enrollment, 50; average attend- 
ance. 20. Contributed to all other purposes, $13.43. 



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KI^M «;rOVK — Rev. Ed. Smith, pastor; Rev. Ed. Smith wa.s pa.'^tor last year; I^ois 
Samuels, clerk, Anderson, Ind. Church building- valued at $1,500.00. One-half 
time preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, $328.00; all other purposes, 
$3.80. 

Sunday-school — T. B. McKee, superintendent, Anderson, Ind.; Dorothy Cham- 
bers, secretary, Anderson, Ind. Enrollment, 80; average attendance, 40. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $5.00. 

IRONWOOD — No pastor; Rev. Wm. Cunningham was pastor last year; Glenden 
Brown, clerk, Anderson, Ind. Membership, 103. Received last year, 7. Church 
building va.lued at $1,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pas- 
toral service, $400.00; all other purposes, $1.55. 

KINGS CHAPEL, — Rev. J. E. McCorkhill, pastor; Rev. J. E. McCorkhill was pastor 
last year; E. L. Jackson, clerk, Alexandria, Ind. Membership, 67. Received 
last year, 12. Church building valued at $1,200.00. One-half time preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $500.00; all other purposes, $5.00. 
Sunday-school — Wm. Hiatt, superintendent, Yorktown, Ind.; Uva King, secre- 
tary, Gaston, Ind. Average attendance, 40, Contributed to all other pur- 
poses. $11.24. 

LANDESSVILLE — Rev. S. Frants, pastor; Rev. C. C. Tarr was pastor last year; 
Chas. Hatcher, clerk, Vanburen, Ind. Church building valued at $1,500.00. 
One-half time preaching. 

L.IN1VWOOD — Rev. J. H. Garretson, pastor; Rev. J. H. Garretson was pastor last 
year; Pearl Alexander, clerk, Linnwood, Ind. Membership, 71. Received last 
year, 17. Church building valued at $700.00. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$126.00; American Christian Convention, $1.56; Foreign Missions, $19.08; Home 
Missions, $1.36; all other purposes, $2.43. 

Sunday-school — Velma Thomas, superintendent, Linwood, Ind.; Dollie Warren, 
secretary, Linwood, Ind. Average attendance, 20. 

MARION — No pastor; Rev. J. W. Stewart was pastor last year; Martha Barley, 
clerk, Marion, Ind. Membership, 52. Received last year, 4. Church building 
valued at $2,000.00. Parsonage valued at $240.00. One-half time preaching. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $1.10. 

Sunday-.school — A. Michael, superintendent, Marion, Ind.; Dorothy Harley, 
secretary, Marion, Ind. Average attendance, 33. 

MARKLEVILLiE — Rev. Wm. Cunningham, pastor; Rev. Wm. Cunningham was 
pastor la«t year; R. J. Bond, clerk, Markleville, Ind. Membership, 75. Re- 
ceived last year, 8. Church building valued at $2,000.00. One-fourth time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $198.00; all other purposes, $7.00. 
Sunday-school — Delorias Bond, superintendent, Markleville, Ind.; Mae De- 
hart, secretary, Markleville, Ind. Enrollment, 60. Contributed to all other 
purposes, $20.00. 

MT. ZION — Rev. A. C. Delph, pa.stor; Rev. J. E. Featherstone was pastor last 
year; M. L. Clymer, clerk, Bennetts Switch, Ind. Church building valued at 
$1,800.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $180.00; American Christian Con- 
vention, $1.00; Foreign Missions, $1.60; Home Missions, $2.00; Education, $1.60; 
all other purposes, $5.00. 

Sunday-school — Cliff Macy, superintendent, Bennetts Switch, Ind.; U. S. 
Finney, secretary, Bennetts Switch, Ind. Enrollment, 53; average attendance, 
30. Contributed to all other purposes, $7.95. 

BIUNCIE' — Rev. D. S. Hensley, pastor; Rev. J. N. Ross was pastor last year; Cora 
Combs, clerk, Muncie, Ind. Church building valued at $1,500.00. Pull time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $329.00. 

Sunday-school — Cora Combs, superintendent, Muncie, Ind.; Levina White, 
secretary, Muncie, Ind. Average attendance, 50. 

NEW HOPE, TIPTON CO. — Rev. L. C. Winn, pastor; Rev. D. C. Winn was pastor 
last year; Thomas Bodkin, clerk, Tipton, Ind. Church building valued a.t 
$1,200.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $500.00; 
American Christian Convention, $10.00; Foreign Missions, $10.00; Home Mis- 
sions, $10.00; Education, $10.00. 

Sunday-.school — F. J. Esseig, superintendent, Tipton, Ind.; Ma.rgarette Cochran, 
secretary, Tipton, Ind. Enrollment, 100; average attendance, 60. 

NEW HOPE, WELLS CO. — No pastor; Rev. Wm. Carnes was pastor last year; 
Ada Star, clerk, Poneto, Ind. Church building valued at $1,000.00. One-half 
time preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, $80.00; all other purposes, 
$2.00. 

Sunday-school — Earl Huffman, superintendent. Keystone, Ind.; Opal Bell. 



184 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

secretary, Poneto, Ind. Enrollment, 47; average attendance, 20. Contributed 
to all other purposes, $12.60. 

NEW ZIOIV — Rev. Bruce Mounsey, pastor; Rev. J. E. Featherstone was pastor last 
year; Jaunieta Oyler, clerk, Kokomo, Ind. Church building- valued at $1,500.00. 
One-fourth time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $204.00. 
Sunday-school — G. R. Ritchey, superintendent, Kokomo, Ind.; Lucile Harrold, 
secretary, Kokomo, Ind. Enrollment, 58; average attendance, 50. Contributed 
to all other purposes, $15.00. 

PIKES PEAK — Rev. J. W. Stewart, pastor; Rev Ed. Smith was pastor last year; 
Earl Hartrader, clerk, Daleville, Ind. Membership, 104. Received last year, 
7. Church building valued at $1,800.00. Contributed to pastoral service, 
400.00. 

Sunday-school — E. E. Moreland, superintendent, Daleville, Ind.; E. A. Rich- 
mon, secretary, Daleville, Ind. 

PLEASANT VALLEY — Rev. J. W. Stewart, pastor; Rev. J. W. Stewart was pastor 
last year; Margaret McCormick, clerk, Middletown, Ind. Church building 
v^alued at $800.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$300.00; all other purposes, $8.00. 

Sunday-school — Thomas Smith, superintendent, Middletown, Ind.; Ena Hod- 
son, secretary, Middletown, Ind. Enrollment, 123; average attendance, 40. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $16.44. 

REED STATION — Rev. R. F. Holsclaw. pastor; Rev. R. F. Holsclaw was pastor 
last year; M. S. Sollars, clerk, Muncie, Ind. Church building valued at $800.00. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $120.00; all other purposes, $3.90. 
Sunday-school — Fred Darter, superintendent, Yorktown, Ind.; Winnifred 
Darter, secretary, Yorktown, Ind. Enrollment, 45; average attendance, 20. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $5.00. 

SCOTT ADDITION — Rev. H. M. McFarland, pastor; Rev. H. A. Young was pastor 
last year; Dicy Cook, clerk. Alexandria, Ind. Membership, 104. Received 
last year, 48. Church building valued at $1,000.00. One-half time preaching. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $6.75. 

Sunday-school — Edward Miller, superintendent, Alexandria, Ind.; Edyth 
Sa.yres, secretary, Alexandria, Ind. Enrollment, 75. 

SOUTH LIBERTY — Rev. Bruce Mounsey, pastor; Rev. J. V. Hiatt was pastor last 
year; Delmer Harold, clerk, Keystone, Ind. Membership, 185. Received last 
year, 19. Church building valued at $6,000.00. One-half time preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service. $583.33. 

Sunday-school — John Osborn, superintendent, Poneto, Ind.; Victor Mounsey, 
secretary, Poneto, Ind. Enrollment, 199; average attendance, 90. Contributed 
to all other purposes, $78.27. 

SUGAR CREEK — Rev. Z. McNew, pastor; Rev. Lola Boone was pastor last year; 
L. A. King, clerk, Kirklin, Ind. Membership, 118. Received last year, 4. 
Church building valued at $3,000.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $180.00; American Christian Convention, $2.50; Foreign 
Missions $5.50; Home Missions, $3.50; Education, $2.45; all other purposes, 
$2.70. 

Sunday-school — Roy Wright, superintendent, Sheridan, Ind.; "Walter Welman, 
secretary, Kirklin, Ind. Average attendance, 30. Contributed to all other 
purposes, $16.50. 

TEETERSBURG — Rev. Wm. Cunningham, pastor; Rev. H. M. McFarland was 
pastor last year; Ruby Cole, clerk, Tipton, Ind. Membership, 152. Church 
building valued at $2,500.00. Contribute to pastoral service, $480.00; all other 
purposes, $10.10. 

Sunday-school — Wm. Cole, superintendent, Tipton, Ind.; Ed Cloud, secretary, 
Tipton, Ind. Enrollment, 100; average attendance, 60. Contributed to all 
other purposes, $20.00. 

UNION VALLEY — Rev. J. H. Garretson, pastor; No pastor last year; Luther Long, 
clerk, Elwood, Ind. Church building valued at $800.00. 

WHETSTONE — Rev. J. E. McCorkhill, pastor; Rev. J. E. McCorkhill was pastor 
last year; Wm. Hull, clerk, Anderson, Ind. Membership, 104. Received last 
year, 30. Church building valued at $2,500.00. One-half time preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $500.00'; all other purposes, $15.00. 
Sunday-school — J. A. Whetstone, superintendent, Anderson, Ind.; Sylva 
Stewart, secretary, Anderson, Ind. Enrollment, 96; average attendance, 70. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $48.00. 



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SUIttMARY — Ordained ministers, 30; Licentiates, 3; Churches, 28; Membership, 
1,178. Contributions: Pastoral service, $6,245.33; American Christian Conven- 
tion, $15.06; Education, $14.05; Foreign Missions, $37.18; Home Missions, 
$16.86; all other purposes, $88.33. Sunday-schools, 22; Enrollment, 1,294. 
Total contributions reported, $6,416.81. 

MICHIGAN 

(Reported by Secretary Mrs. Clara Blank) 

Session of 1921 — Maple Rapids. 
Session of 1922 — 

OfllcerN — R. C. Blank, Maple Rapids, Mich. — President. 

Rev. G. W. Arnold, Lake City, Mich.— Vice-President. 

Mrs. Clara Blank, Elsie, Mich., R. R. 2 — Secretary. ' ' 

O. M. Snyder, Maple Rapids, Mich. — Treasurer. 

Department Secretaries — J. D. Smith, Perrington, Mich. — Churches. 
F. Moorhouse, Traverse City, Mich. — Ministers. 
Maidie Newton, Maple Rapids, Mich. — Missions. 
J. L. Hudson, Middleton, Mich. — Finance. 
D. A. Boatrig^ht, Maple Rapids, Mich. — Education. 
W. C. Hickok, Sears, Mich. — Publications. 

Ministers — Pomeroy, Elsie, Hersey, Mich. 

Arnold, G. W., Lake City. Mich. Pomeroy, E. L., Hersey, Mich, 

Boatright, D. A., Maple Rapids, Mich. Preston, M. A.. Hesperia, Mich. 

Cottom, J., Barryton. Mich. Reedy, Emma, Evart, Mich. 

Haven, A. A., Avart, Mich. Schirlitz, Louis. 

Hicltok, W. C, Sears, Mich. Simpson, P. H. 

Miller, Elza. Soule, J. C, Romeo, Mich. 

Moorhouse, F., 220 Tenth St.. Traverse City, VanWagner. E. B., Bellaire, Mich. 

Mich. White, H. E., Brown City, Mich. 
Norris, D. K. I<icentlates — 

Patterson. H. H., Ahnont, Mich. Norris, D. K. 

Cliareh, Pastor, Clerk, Offerings, Org-anlzations 

(Offering-s October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

EUREIKA — Rev. L. A. Fisher, supply pastor; Supply pastor last year; R. H. Silver- 
nail, clerk, St. Johns, Mich., R. R. 11. Membership, 50. Part time preaching-. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $300.00; American Christian Convention, $3.65; 
all other purposes, $300.00. 

Sunday-scliool — Mrs. O. P. Ing-ersoll, superintendent. Eureka, Mich.; Verda 
Russell, secretary, Elsie, Mich., R. R. 5. Enrollment, 40. Contributed to all 
other purposes, $43.35. 

FOREST HILL, — Rev. G. W. Arnold, pastor; Rev. Claude Van Voist was pastor 
last year; Rosa F. Earner, clerk. Lake City. Mich. Membership, 73. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $140.00; Foreign Missions, $3.00. 
Sunday-seliool — Ida Smith, superintendent, Lake City, Mich., R. R. 2; Jennie 
Hower, secretary, Manton, Mich., R. R. 5. Enrollment, 50. Contributed to 
Sunday-school Department, $2.00; all other purposes, $16.52. 

HERSEY — Rev. E. L. Pomeroy, pastor; Rev. E. L. Pomeroy was pastor last year; 
R. B. Sturdivant, clerk, Hersey, Mich. Membership, 18. Contributed to all 
other purposes, $55.00. 

LEXINGTON — Rev. Anna Puritan, pastor; Rev. Anna Puritan was pastor last 
year; Martin Cummings, clerk, Lexington, Mich. Membership, 7. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $200.00; American Christian Convention, $1.00; all other 
purposes, $50.00. 
Snnday-.school — (No report.) 

MAPLE RAPIDS — No pastor; No pastor last year; O. M. Snyder, clerk. Maple 
Rapids, Mich. Membership, 143. Contributed to pastoral service, $92.24; For- 
eign Missions, $27.72; Home Missions, $27.00; all other purposes, $269.15. 
Sunday-scliool — (No report.) 

MIDDLETON — No pastor; Rev. John R. Latchaw was supply pastor last yea>r; 
Nettie Naldrett, clerk, Middleton, Mich. Membership, 90. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $233.09; Foreign Missions. $2.50; Home Missions, $2.50; all 
other purposes, $320.00. 

Snnday-.seliooI — Ira Wood, superintendent, Ithaca, Mich.; Geroldine Mert, 
secretary, Middleton, Mich. Enrollment, 102. Contributed to all other pur- 
poses, $90.00. 



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ROMEO — Rev. H. Reming-ton, pastor; Rev. \V. C. Hickok was pastor last year; 
John C. Soule, clerk, Rome, Mich. Membership, 38. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $96.88; all other purposes, $62.13. 

Sunday -.school — Mrs. Carrie Webster, superintendent, Romeo, Mich.; Genevere 
^Vebste^, secretary, Romeo, Mich. Enrollment. 33. Contributed to all other 
purposes, $15.00. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 18; Licentiates. 1; Churches, 7; Membership, 419. 
Contributions: Pastoral service, $1,062.21; American Christian Convention, 
$4.65; Foreign Missions, $33.22; Home Missions, $29.50; all other purposes, 
$1,056.28. Sunday-schools, 6; Enrollment, 225; Contributed to Sunday-school 
Department, $2.00. Total contributions reported, $2,187.86. Conference offer- 
ing to American Christian Convention, $6.26. 

NORTHWESTERN INDIANA 

(Reported by Secretary Walker) 
Session of 1921 — Pipe Creek Church. 
Session of 1922 — Twelve Mile Church. 

Officers — Rev. George D. Foster. Tipton, Ind. — President. 

Rev. B. A. Kaufman, 909 S. Buckeye St., Kokomo, Ind. — Vice-President. 
Rev. J. Harley Walker, Galveston, Ind.- — Secretary. 
Miss Marion Moor, Young America, Ind. — Assistant Secretary. 
William Deamer, Rochester, Ind. — Treasurer. 

Department Secretaries — Rev. H. Russel Jay, Terre Haute, Ind. — Secretary. 
Rev. D. A. Cook, Alexandria, Ind.- — Missions. 

Rev. Everette Nixon, S. Courtland Ave., Kokomo, Ind. — Christian Endeavor. 
Rev. A. M. Thomas, Walton, Ind. — Education. 
Rev. L. C. Winn, Tipton, Ind., R. R. 4. — Moral Reform. 
Rev. C. E. McCoy, Walton, Ind. — Finance and Relief. 
C. M. Harness, Galveston, Ind., R. R. 1 — Publications. 
Henry Baugher — Conference Editor. 

Ministers — Sparks, A. W., Defiance, Ohio. 

Cook, D. A., Alexandria, Ind. Thomas, A. M., Walton, Ind. 

Feece, William, Culver, Ind. Walker, J. Harley, Galveston, Ind. 

Foster, Geo. T>., Tipton, Ind. Wearly, Robert E., Trotwood, Ohio. 

Francis, J. €., West Liberty, Ohio. Winn, L. C., Tipton, Ind., R. R. 4. 
Jay, H. R., Terre Haute, Ind. 
Kaufman, B. A., 909 S. Buckeye St., Kokomo, licentiate — 

Ind. Perkins, Cornelius. 
Mason, Roscoe, Veedersburg, Ind. 

McCoy, C. E., Walton, Ind. Associates — 

Nixon, Everette, S. Courtland Ave., Kokomo, Featherstone, J. E., 743 S. Courtland Ave., 

Ind. Kokomo, Ind. 

Rupe, J. C, Argos, Ind. Lucas, R. E., Lebanon, Ind. 

Church, Pastor, Clerk, Offieringrs, Org'anlzations 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

ANTIOCH — Rev. R. E. Lucas, pastor; Rev. R. B. Lucas was pastor last year; Ira 
Hofferbert, clerk, Swayzee, Ind., R. R. 3. Membership, 99. Church building 
valued at $2,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral ser- 
vice, $800.00; American Christian Convention, $4.90; Foreign Missions, $35.40; 
Home Missions, $8.06; all other purposes, $7.85. 

Snnday-school — Alva W. Thrailkill, superintendent, Swayzee, Ind.; Miss Mary 
DeVore, secretary, Swayzee, Ind. Enrollment, 126; average attendance, 74. 

ARGOS — Rev. L. E. Dull, pastor; Rev. H. Russel Jay was pastor last year; Elda 
Sissel, clerk, Argos, Ind. Membership. 305. Church building valued at 
$10,000.00. Parsonage valued at $2,500.00. Full time preaching. 
Sunday-school' — John Wickizer, superintendent, Argos, Indiana; Mary Lipps, 
secretary, Argos, Ind. Enrollment, 168. Contributed to all other purposes, 
$91.00. 

BLOOMINOSDURG — Rev. Geo. D. Foster, pastor; Rev. Geo. D. Foster was pastor 
last year; ^Irs. Chas. Jones, clerk, Rochester, Ind. Membership. 60. Received 
last year, 13. Church building valued at $2,500.00. One-half time preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $525.00; American Christian Convention, 
$6.25: Foreign Missions, $6.25; Home Missions, $6.25; Education, $6.25. 
Sunday-school — (1921) — J. D. Finney, superintendent, Tiosa, Ind.; Wonda 
Bowman, secretary, Rochester, Ind. Enrollment, 100; average attendance, 40. 

BUFFALO — Rev. D. A. Cook, pastor; Rev. D. A. Cock was pastor last year; A. G. 
Coonroc', clerk, Buffalo, Ind. Membership, 82. Received last year, 13. Church 



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building valued at $1,800.00. One-fourth time preaching-. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $154.00; all other purposes, $6.60. 

Sundny-Hchool — Floyd Van Meter, superintendent, Monticello, Ind., R. R. 3; 
Ben Moore, secretary, Monticello, Ind., R. R. 1. Enrollment, 105; average at- 
tendance, 51. 

ChriMtian Endeavor — (1921)— Floyd Van Meter, president, Francesville, Ind.; 
Miss Hazel Helfrich, corresponding secretary, Francesville, Ind. 

BURROWS — Rev. C. B. McCoy, pastor; Rev. C. E. McCoy was pastor last year; 
J. W. Smith, clerk. Burrows, Ind. Membership, 53. Received last year, 1. 
Church building valued at $3,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $400.00; American Christian Convention, $2.35; Foreign 
Missions, $38.00; Education, $4.50. 

Sunday-school — J. M. Cox, superintendent. Burrows, Ind.; Gladys Cox, secre- 
tary, Burrows, Ind. Enrollment, 79; average attendance, 36. 
Christian Endeavor — J. W. Smith, president, Burrows, Ind.; Gladys Cox, 
corresponding secretary, Burrows, Ind. Members, 24. 

CROOKED CREEK — Rev. Chas. McCoy, pastor; Rev. Chas. McCoy was pastor last 
year; James W. Gray, clerk. Royal Center, Ind. Received last year, 2. Church 
building valued at $2,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pas- 
toral service, $400.00; American Christian Convention, $4.65; Foreign Missions, 
$3.80; Home Missions, $11.10; Education, $4.15. 

Sanday-sehool — James W. Gray, superintendent. Royal Center, Ind.; Olive 
Spencer, secretary. Royal Center, Ind. Enrollment, 80; average attendance, 
50. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $5.00. 

DARROUGH CHAPEL — Rev. Everette Nixon, pastor; Rev. Everette Nixon was 
pastor last year; Bertha W'ells, clerk, Kokomo, Ind. Membership, 5. Receiv- 
ed last year, 27. Church building valued at $1,500.00. Preaching every Wed- 
nesday evening. Contributed to pastoral service, $240.00. 

DEER CREEK — Rev. Everette Nixon, pastor; Rev. Everette Nixon was pastor 
last year; Emerson Folk, clerk, Galveston, Ind., R. R. 1. Membership, 150. 
Received last year, 13. Church building valued at $5,000.00. One-half time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $700.00; American Christian Con- 
vention, $7.00; Foreign Missions, $58.00; Education, $7.00; Federal Council, 
$2.00; all other purposes, $35.00. 

Sunday-school — J. Harley Walker, superintendent, Galveston, Ind., R. R. 1; 
Roscoe Crites, secretary, Galveston, Ind., R. R. 1. Enrollment, 120; average 
attendance, 97. Contributed to Sunday-school Depa^rtment, $2.00; all other 
purposes, $10.75. 

Christian Endeavor — J. Harley Walker, president, Galveston, Ind.; Miss Lucile 
McBride, corresponding secretary, Galveston, Ind. Members- — active, 30; as- 
sociate. 10; total, 40. Contributed to Christian Endeavor Department, $2.00. 

GREENTOWN — Rev. D. O. Coy, pastor-; Rev. U. S. Johnson was pastor last year; 
Wm. Duncan, clerk, Greentown, Ind. Membership, 110. Received last year, 
15. Church building valued at $12,000.00. One-half time preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $850.00; American Christian Convention, $1.50; 
Foreign Missions, $10.00; Home Missions, $8.49; Education, $8.91; all other 
purposes, $18.00. 

Sunday-school — Clyde Huntsinger, superintendent, Greentown, Ind., R. R. 2; 
E. D. Fleming, secretary, Greentown, Ind. Enrollment, 120; average attend- 
• ance, 82. Contributed to all other purposes, $7.18. 

HICKORY GROVE — Rev. A. W. Sparks, pastor; Rev. R. E. Wearly was pastor 
last year; Walter H. Casad, clerk, Monticello, Ind., R. R. 4. Membership, 150. 
Received last year, 2. Church building valued at $6,000.00. Full time preach- 
ing. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,500.00; American Christian Conven- 
tion, $6.62; Foreign Missions, $56.09; Home Missions, $46.00. 

Sunday-.school — (1921) — George Sites, superintendent. Monticello, Ind., R. R. ; 
Emma Briney, secretary, Delhi, Ind., R. R. 1. Enrollment, 112; average at- 
tendance, 58. 

KOKTJMO — Rev. B. A. Kaufman, pastor: Rev. B. A. Kaufman was pastor last 
year; Mrs. G. R. Hollingsworth, clerk, Kokomo, Ind., 304 East Marklin Ave. 
Membership, 110. Received last year, 14. Church building valued ot $10,000. 
Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $840.00; American 
Christian Convention, $3.00; Foreign Missions, $31.12; Home Missions, $33.30; 
Education, $6.00; Relief, $23.00; all other purposes, $26.00. 

Sunday-school — Alex M. Gray, superintendent, Kokomo, Ind., 739 S. Market; 
Jenness flatten, secretary, Kokomo, Ind., 630 S. Union. Enrollment, 81; 
average attendance, 60. 

XEW BETHEL — Rev. Sylvester Janney, pastor; Rev. Sylvester Janney was pastor 
last year; Mrs. Ray Ezra, clerk, Fra.ncesville, Ind. :Membership, 25. Received 



188 THECHRISTIANANNUAL 

last year. 25. Church building- valued at $1,500.00. One-fourth time preach- 
ing-. Contributed to pastoral service, $160.00; Foreign Missions, $6.17; Home 
Missions, $3.00; all other purposes, $6.35. 

Snnday-.scliool — (1921) — Ray Ezra, superintendent, Francesville, Ind., R. R. 4; 
Ada White, secretary, Francesville, Ind., R. R. 2. 

NEW WAVERLY — Rev. C. C. Tarr, pastor; Rev. C. C. Tarr -was pastor last year; 
Otis G. Applegate, clerk. New Waverly, Ind. Membership, 65. Received last 
year, 11. Church building valued at $2,000.00. One-half time preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $450.00; American Christian Convention, $4.00; 
Foreig-n Missions, $3.32; Home Missions, $9.47; Education, $5.71; all other 
purposes, $15.40. 

OAKLiAlVD — Rev. Geo. D. Foster, pastor; Rev. Geo. U. Foster was pastor last 
year; Leona Parker, clerk. Ora, Ind. Membership, 25. Church building valued 
at $2,500.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$300.00; American Christian Convention, $5.00; Foreign Missions, $5.00; Home 
Missions. $5.00; Education. $5.00; all other purposes, $5.00. 

Sunday-Mchool — Eli McNeal, superintendent, Russiaville, Ind.; Leona Parker, 
secretary, Russiaville, Ind. Enrollment, 30; averag-e attendance, 18. 

ORA — Rev. Z. McNew, pastor; No pastor last year; Mrs. Mary Parker, clerk, Ora, 
Ind. Membership, 40. Church building valued at $1,000.00. 

Sunday-school — ^:Mrs. Martha Parker, superintendent, Ora, Ind.; Leona Klatt, 
secretary, Ora, Ind. Enrollment, 50; average attendance, 43. Contributed 
to Sunday-school Department, $5.00; all other purposes, $17.76. 

PIPE CREEK — Rev. A. M. Thomas, pastor; Rev. A. M. Thomas was pastor last 
year; Amos Helvie, clerk. Onward, Ind. Membership, 62. Church building- 
valued ait $15,000.00. One-half time preaching". Contributed to pastoral ser- 
vice, $400.00. 

Sunday-school — Amos Helvie, superintendent. Onward, Ind.; Mrs. Floyd Cot- 
terman. secretary. Peru. Ind.. R. R. 7. Enrollment, 65; average attendance, 
50. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $1.00. 

ROCK CREEK VALLEY — Rev. R. E. Lucas, pastor; Rev. R. E. Lucas was pastor 
last year; W. H. Richardson, clerk, Logansport, Ind., R. R. 9. Membership, 
65. Church building valued at $4,000.00. One-half time preaching-. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $800.00; Foreign Missions, $49.95; Home Mis- 
sions, $13.50; Education, $17.35. 

Sunday-school — W. H. Richason, superintendent, Log^ansport, Ind., R. R. 9; 
John Hilabrand, secretai-y. Logansport, Ind., R. R. 9. Enrollment, 85; aver- 
age attendance, 60. Contributed to all other purposes, $13.50. 

SAND BANK — Rev. L. C. Winn, pastor; Rev. L. C. Winn was pastor last year; 
G. A. Hunt, clerk, Tipton, Ind. Membership, 50. Received last year, 8. 
Church building valued at $1,500.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $500.00; American Christian Convention, $5.00; Foreign 
Missions, $6.60; Home Missions, $7.10. 

Sunday-school — R. L. Haskett, superintendent, Tipton, Ind., R. R. 2; Ula 
Hoover, secretary, Tipton, Ind., R. R. 2. Enrollment, 45; average attendance, 
37. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $5.00; all other purposes, 
$28.30. 

SHILOH — Rev. Hutsinger, pastor; Rev. Walter Fasnacht was pastor last year; 
Mrs. Nellie R. Leach, clerk. Royal Center, Ind., R. R. 4. Membership, 70. 
Church building valued at $1,500.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $220.00; Ameiican Christian Convention, $6.00; Foreign 
Missions, $6.00; Home Missions, $7.80; Education, $12.00; all other purposes, 
$13.00. 

Sunday-school — A. O. Brant, superintendent. Royal Center, Ind., R. R. 4; Ruth 
Ross, secretary. Logansport, Ind., R. R. 10. Enrollment, 84; average attend- 
ance, 47. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $2.00; all other pur- 
poses, $2.00. 

TIOSA — Rev. J. V. Hiatt, pastor; Rev. J. V. Hiatt was pastor last year; Luella E. 
Matchett, clerk. Tiosa, Ind. 

Sunday-school — Carl Martin, superintendent, Tiosa. Ind.; Fay Wolford. secre- 
tary. Tiosa, Ind. Enrollment. 70; average attendance, 50. Contributed to 
all other purposes, $9.45. 

TIPPECANOE^ — Rev. D. A. Cook, pastor; Rev. D. A. Cook was pastor last year; 
Dennis Miller, clerk. Winnamac. Ind.. R. R. 2. Membership. 50. Received last 
year, 9. Church building- valued a.t $2,500.00. One-fourth time pleaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service. $210.00; all other purposes, $3.60. 
Sunday-school — ( 1921)— Charles Wood, superintendent. Winamac, Ind.; Zuma 
Cotner, sooretary, Winamac, Ind. Enrollment. 55; average attendance, 30. 



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TV^'ELVE MILE — Rev. D. A. Cook, pastor; Rev. D. A. Cook was pastor last year; 
Levi Maus. clerk. Twelve Mile, Ind. Membership, 83. Received last year, 1. 
Church building valued at $1,000.00. One-half time preaching-. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $400.00; American Christian Convention, $20.00; Foreign 
Missions, $5.00; Home Missions, $4.13; Education, $2.50; all other purposes, 
$7.50. 

Sunday-school — (1921) — L. A. Rimpler, superintendent. Twelve Mile, Ind., R. 
R. : Elsie Rimpler, secreta.ry, Twelve Mile, Ind., R. R. Enrollment, 45; average 
attendance, 32. 

YOUIVG AMERICA — Rev. Everette Nixon, pastor; Rev. Everette Nixon was pastor 
last year; Millie K. Delp, clerk. Young America, Ind. Membership, 61. Re- 
ceived last year. 31. Church building valued at $5,000. One-half time preach- 
ing Contributed to pastoral service, $700.00; American Christian Convention, 
$1'3.25; Foreign Missions, $17.81; Home Missions, $12.70; Education, $5.00; 
Federal Council, $5.45; Relief, $11.50. 

Sunday-school — Mincher Pickett, superintendent, Russiaville, R. R. 4; Lee M. 
Peter, secretary, Galveston, Ind., R. R. 2. Enrollment, 87; average attend- 
ance, 64. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $2.00; all other purposes. 
$10.41. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 14; I.,icentiates, 1; Churches, 22; Membership, 
1755 Contributions: Pastoral service, $10,549.00; American Christian Con- 
vention, $91.57; Education, $85.62; Foreign Missions, $338.06; Home Missions, 
$214.25; Federal Council, $7.45; Relief, $34.50; all other purposes, $144.30. Sun- 
day-schools, 20; Enrollment, 1,645. Contributed to Sunday-school Department. 
$7.00. Christian Endeavor Societies, 3; Membership. 40. Contributed to Chris- 
tian Endeavor Department, $2.00. Total contributions reported, $11,473.75 
Conference offering to American Christian Convention, $14.25. 

SOUTHERN INDIANA 

(Reported by Secretary Martin) 

Session of 1921 — New Liberty Church. 
Session of 1922 — Bethsaida Church. 

Officers — Rev. Clarence Defur, Wakarusa, Indiana — President. 
Alva Carter, Ft. Branch. Indiana — Vice-President. 
Casey J. Martin, Poseyville, Indiana, R. R. 2 — Secretary. 
Carl Shaw, Cynthiana, Indiana — Treasurer. 

Ministers — Defur, Clarence, Wakarusa, Ind. 

Bennett. E. E., Cynthiana, Ind. Mahan, C. N., Merom, Ind. 

Church, Pastor, Clerk, Offerings, Organizations 

(Offerings October 1, 1920. to October 1, 1921) 

BETHSAIDA — Rev. Charles Mahan, pastor; Rev. John Harper was pastor last 
year; Fred Whelan, clerk. New Harmony, Ind. Membership, 72. Received 
last year, 8. Church building valued at $3,000.00. One-fourth time preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service. $300.00; American Christian Convention. $1.00; 
Foreign Missions. $8.00; Home Missions, $3.47; Education, $5.28; all other 
purposes, $56.31. 

Sunday-school — A. M. Overton, superintendent, New Harmony, Ind.; Lena 
Montgomery, secretary, Stewartsville, Ind. Enrollment. 35; average attend- 
ance. 25. Contributed to all other purposes, $19.77. 

CYNTHIAIVA — Rev. E. E. Bennett, pastor; Rev. E. E. Bennett war pa.stor last 
year; Lily Williams, clerk, Cynthiana, Ind. Membership, 130. Rcc^i"cd last 
year, 1. Parsonage valued at $1,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contribut- 
ed to American Christian Convention, $25.61; Foreign Missions. $34.15; Home 
Missions. $42.68; Education, $17.19; all other purposes, $1,422.95. 
Sunday-school — Casey J. Martin, superintendent, Poseyville, Ind., R. R. 2; 
Walter Rutter, secretary, Cynthiana, Ind. Enrollment, 85; average attend- 
ance, 65. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $7.15; all other purposes, 
$122.15. 

Christian Endeavor — Robert Truman, president, Cynthiana, Ind.; Edna Jarrett. 
corresponding secretary, Cynthianai, Ind. Members — active, 17; honorary, 2; 
total, 19. Contributed to Christian Endeavor Department, $13.00. 

HAUBSTADT — No pastor; Rev. G. R. Hammond was pastor last year; Stella Hunt- 
er, clerk, Haubstadt, Ind. Membership, 72. Received last year, 18. Church 
building valued at $3,500.00. Parsonage valued at $2,000.00. One-half time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service. $500.00; Foreign Missions, $9.46; 
Home Missions, $12.35; Education, $10.20; Relief, $14.45; all other purposes, 
$54.46. 



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THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 



Sunflay-sehool — G. M. Cleveland, superintendent, Haubstadt, Ind.; Ina Yeager, 
secretary. Haubstadt, Ind. Enrollment, 70; average attendance, 35. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $56.20. 

NEW LIBERTY — Rev. B. K. Bennett, Rev. E. E. Bennett was pastor last year; 
Carl Shaw, clerk, Cynthiana, Ind. Membership, 111. Church building' valued 
at $5,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$600.00; American Christian Convention, $6.68; Foreign Missions, $8.90; Home 
Missions, $11.12; Education, $4.45; Federal Council, $2.00; Relief, $14.90; all 
other purposes, $69.00. 

Sunday-.sehool — Miss Lurah Epperson, superintendent, Cynthiana, Ind.; Louise 
Eppeison, secretary, Haubstadt, Ind. Enrollment, 89; average attendance, 62. 
Contributed to all other puiposes, $398.85. 

UIVION — No pastor; Rev. G. R. Hammond was pastor last year; (1921) Fred Esmler, 
clerk, Evansville, Ind., R. R. A. Membership, 74. Received last year, 15. 
Church building valued at $5,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $500.00; American Christian Convention, $2.00; Foreign 
Missions, $4.74; Home Missions, $2.00; Education, $3.33; Relief, $10.00; all 
other purposes, $2.00. 

Sunday-Mchool — Fred Esmier, superintendent, Evansville, Ind., R. R. A; Robert 
Melloy, secretary, Evansville, Ind., R. R. A. Enrollment, 64; average attend- 
ance, 34. Contributed to all other purposes, $51.76. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 3; Churches, 5; Membership. 459. Contributions: 
Pastoral service, $1,900.00; American Christian Convention, $35.29; Education, 
$40.45; Foreign Missions, $65.25; Home Missions, $71.62; Federal Council, $2.00; 
Relief, $39.35; all other purposes, $1,604.72. Sunday-schools, 5; Enrollment, 
343; Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $7.15. Christian Endeavor 
Societies, 1; Membership, 19; Contributed to Christian Endeavor Department, 
$13.00. Total contributions reported. $3,778.83. Conference offering to Ameri- 
can Christian Convention, $5.65. 



WESTERN INDIANA 

(Reported by Secretary Gott) 
Session of 1921- — Manson, Ind. 
Session of 1922 — 

Officers — Rev. AV. P. Kibbey, Advance, Ind. — Pre.'-ic'ent. 
Rev. O. V. Rector, Advance, Ind. — Vice-President. 

— ^Secretai-y. 

E. M. Henderson, Lebanon, Ind. — Treasurer. 

nepartnient Secretaries — Rev. W. S. Alexander, Merom, Ind. — Education. 

— Publications. 

Rev. G. T. Walter, Mellott, Ind. — Christian Endeavor. 

Mrs. Ellen Taylor, Zionsville, Ind. — Sundav-schools 

J. T. West, Sharpsvilie, Ind. — Relief. 

Sam Cash, Sheridan, Ind. — Finance. 

Mrs. Retha Henderson, Lebanon, Ind. — Missions. 

Conference Trustees — D. G. Caplinger, Advance, Ind.; E. M. Henderson, Lebanon, 
Ind. 

Kirk Phillips, Frankfort, Ind. 

Nominee Trustees Union Christian College — G. "W. Buff, Sullivan, Ind.; J. M. Car- 
penter, A'eedersburg, Ind.; J. T. Murphy, Lebanon, Ind.; N. J. Cooper, Merom, 
Ind.; Charles Taylor, Zionsville, Ind.; J. V. McKnight, A'eedersburg, Ind. 

Conference Executive Board — W. P. Kibbey, President; President Board 



of Trustees; Mrs. Ellen Taylor; Rev. W. S. Alexander. Rev. G. T. Walters; 
Sam Cash; Mrs. Retha Henderson, R. H. Gott. 



Ministers — 

Bailey, H. L., Bradford, Ohio. 
Baldwin, C. F., Lebanon, Ind. 
Board, J. S., Veedersbur,a:, Ind. 
Click, F. M., Indianapolis, Ind. 
Fry, Susie V., Utsunomayi, Japan. 
Gillespie, T. C, Staunton, Ind. 
Hendershot, W. H.. Towanda, Kan. 
House, A. E., Linden, Ind. 
Howard, C. E., Veedersburg, Ind. 
Kibbey, W. P., Advance, Ind. 
Lawson, E. L., Defiance, Ohio. 
Lucas, R. E., Lebanon, Ind. 
Martin, W. H., Dayton, Ohio. 
McKnight, W. Q., Sendai, Japan. 



Rector, O. V., Advance, Ind. 

Rupert, W. H., Brazil, Ind. 

Woodworth, A. D., Tokyo, Japan. 

Woodv, G., Darlinaton, Ind. 

Van Zant, G. R., Darlinftton, Ind. 

Zenor. W. H., Lebanon, Ind. 
Liicentiates — 

Gregory, J. F., Advance, Ind. 

Hayes. Mrs. B. O., Center, Ind. 

Lake, Mrs. M. J., Hillsdale, Ind. 

Roberts, W. W., Crawfordsville, Ind. 
Student.s — 

Mrs. Carrie Bever, Advance, Ind. 

Mr. Emory Proffett, Advance, Ind. 

Mr. Norval Kern, Lebanon. Ind. 



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ADVANCE — Rev. O. V. Rector, pastor; Rev. O. V. Rector was pastor last year; 
E. R. Proffltt, clerk. Advance, Ind. Membership, 187. Received last year, 3. 
Church building- valued at $6,000.00. Parsonage valued at $2,000.00. One-half 
time preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, $800.00; American Chris- 
tian Convention, $25.00; Foreign Missions, $86.(56; Home Missions, $125.00; 
Education, $45.00; Relief, $5.00; all other purposes, $155.00. 
Sunday-»«cIiool — W. H. Johnson, superintendent. Advance, Ind.; Geneva Burns, 
secretary. Advance, Ind. Enrollment, 192; average attendance, 125. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $92.50. 

ANTIOCH — Rev. J. A. Prazier, pastor; Rev. C. E. Defur was pastor last year; Mrs. 
Bert Kern, clerk, Frankfort, Ind. Membership, 249. Received last year, 17. 
One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,110.00; American 
Christian Convention, $10.00; ForeigTi Missions, $67.75; Home Missions, $30.00; 
Education, $20.94; Relief, $2.00; all other purposes, $376.51. 
Sunday->«chooI — O. G. Kirkpatrick, superintendent, Frankfort, Ind.; Ruth Mc- 
Intire, secretary, Frankfort, Ind. Enrollment, 210; average attendance, 135. 

BEE RIDGE — No pastor; Rev. R. H. Gott was pastor last year; Mrs. 
R. H. Bigg-s, cleik Brazil, Ind. Membership, 64. Received last year, 4. 
Church building- valued at $1,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $480.00; American Christian Convention, $1.50; Foreign 
Missions, $3.87; Home Missions, $5.20; Education, $4.03; Federal Council, $3.35. 
Sunday-school — William Logsden, superintendent, Brazil, Ind.; Helen Rupert, 
secretary, Brazil, Ind. Enrollment, 74; average attendance, 56. Contributed 
to Sunday-school Department, $2.00; all other purposes, $24.00. 

BROWNS WONDER — Rev. W. P. Kibbey, pastor; Rev. W. P. Kibbey was pastor 
last year; Vern McKinney, clerk, Lebanon, Ind. Membership, 70. Received 

last year, 5. Ch--'- -----^ '--- -- .o ^aa «« ^_„ v,„i* .: ^i^^ 

Contributed to p£ 

Foreign Mission; 

purposes, $57.72. 

Sunday-school — Albert Wills, superintendent, Lebanon, Ind.; Herschel Perkins, 

secretary, Lebanon, Ind. Average attendance, 35. Contributed to all other 

purposes, $7.00. 

CENTER — Rev. A. E. House, pastor; Rev. A. E. House was pastor last year; A. 
W. Dazey, clerk. New Richmond, Ind. Membership, 149. Received last year. 
1. Church building valued at $2,500.00. One-half time preaching. Contribut- 
ed to pastoral service, $441.60; American Christian Convention, $4.95; Foreign 
Missions, $8.00; Home Missions, $10.40; Education, $3.00; all other purposes, 
$41.35. 

Sunday-school — A. W. Dazey, superintendent. New Richmond, Ind.; Miss Zelda 
Merritt, secretary, Ne-w Richmond, Ind. Enrollment, 91; average attendance, 
40. Contributed to all other purposes, $18.00. 

Christian Endeavor — Elsie Fulwider, corresponding- secretary. New Richmond. 
Ind. 

CHRISTIAN CHAPEL. — Rev. G. Woody, pastor; Rev. M M. Wiles was pastor 
last year; Miss Edith Robison. clerk, Kirklin, Ind. Membership. 60. Church 
building valued at $3,000.00. One-half time preaching-. Contributeri to pas- 
toral service, $300.00; Foreign Missions, $6.85; all other purposes, $93.05. 
Sunday-school — Everett L. Johnson, superintendent, Kirklin, Ind.; Miss Edna 
Tucker, secretary, Kirklin, Ind. Enrollment, 49; average r.ttcndance. 26. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $23.35. 

CHRISTIAN L.IBERTV — Rev. W. H. Zenor, pastor; Rev. G. Woody wps pp^^for last 
year; Ross Hollingsworth, clerk, Sheridan, Ind. Members'^in. i07. Rpc-^i-i-ed 
last year, 3. Church building valued at $4,000.00. One-half time nroac^^inT. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $480.00; American Christian Convention. $5.00; 
Foreign Missions, $10.00; Home Missions, $7.63; Education, $5.00; Relief. $9.25. 
Sunday-school — Judson AVest, superintendent, Lebanon, Ind.; Ethel Deer, 
secretary, Sheridan, Ind. Enrollment, 79; average attendance, 68. 

CROYS CREEK — Rev. C. N. Mnhan. pastor: Rev. C. N. MahPn was p?por last 
year; C. S. Johnson, clerk, Reelsville, Ind. Membership, 80. Church building 
valued at $1,500.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pa.storal service, 
$500.00; American Christian Convention, $2.50; Foreign Missions, $8.75; Home 
Missions, $13.00; Education, $1.75; all other purposes, $6.00. 
Sunday-schotol — H. H. Boyd, superintendent, Brazil. Ind.; Hilda Mass. secre- 
tary. Brazil, Ind. Enrollment, 88; averag-e attendance, 26. Contributed to 
Sunday-school Department, $1.75. 

DARLINGTON — Rp^'. G. R. Van Zant. oastor: Rev. G, R. Van Zant was pastor last 
year; Miss Ina L. Bowers, clerk. Darlington, Ind. Membership. 146. Received 
last year. 17. Church building valued at $4,000.00. Full time preaching. 



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Contributed to pastoral service, $1,000.00; American Christian Convention, 
$7.40; Foreign Missions, $37.10; Home Missions, $29.49; Education, $10.45; 
all other purposes, $114.76. 

SDnday-.sohool — J. B. Cooper, superintendent, Darlington, Ind. ; Miss Mary An- 
derson, secretary, Darlington, Ind. Enrollment, 139; avera<ge attendance, 94. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $38.45. 
ChrLstian Endeavor — Mary Anderson, corresponding secretary, Darlington, Ind. 

EliM GROA'E — (Manson) — No pastor; Rev. Clarence Defur was pastor last year; 
Russell P. Price, clerk, Frankfort, Ind. Membership, 90. Received last year, 
12. Church building valued at $3,000.00. One-half time preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $750.00; American Christian Convention, $6.00; 
Foreig-n Missions, $18.35; Home Alissions, $15.13; Education, $7.00; all other 
purposes, $68.55. 

Sanday-BolicM)! — Harry Trees, superintendent, Frankfort, Ind.; Helen Barnett, 
secretary, Frankfort, Ind. Enrollment, 162; average attendance, 75. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $170.40. 

FAIRVIEW — Rev. D O. Coy, pastor; Rev. D. O. Coy was pastor last year; Clara 
A. Miller, clerk, Lebanon, Ind., R. R. 7. Membership, 126. Received last year, 
10. Church building valued at $16,000.00. One-half time preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $400.00; American Christian Convention, $2.25; 
Foreign Missions, $8.20; Home Missions, $13.50; Education, $3.00; all other 
purposes, $62.86. 

Sanday-school — V. M. Pragun, superintendent, Lebanon, Ind.; Olive Miller, 
secretary, Lebanon, Ind. Enrollment, 130; average attendance, 75. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $46.00. 
Christian Enden-vor — Mary Moorehouse, corresponding secretary, Lebanon, Ind. 

GARFIELD — No pastor; Rev. O. R. Mason, was pastor last year; Mrs. Verna 
Moore Coural, clerk, Darlington, Ind. Membership, 85. Received last year, 
10. Church building valued at $1,000.00. One-half time preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $600.00; American Christian Convention, $6.80; 
Foreign Missions, $6.00; Home Missions, $5.71; Education, $3.35; all other 
purposes, $23.91. 

Sunday-sichool — Bert Dale, superintendent, Crawfordsville, Ind., R. R. ; Dorothy 
Binford, secretary, Darlington, Ind., R. R. 1. Enrollment, 85; average attend- 
ance, 45. Contributed to all other purposes, $6.75. 

Chrl.stian Endeavor — Augusta Hartung, corresponding secretary, Darlington, 
Ind. 

LEBANOiS, FIRST — Rev. C. F. Baldwin, pastor; Rev. C. F. Baldwin was pastor last 
year; Hazel Miller, clerk, Lebanon, Ind. Membership, 250. Received last year, 
27. Church building valued at $9,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $1,600.00; American Christian Convention, $6.80; Foreign 
Missions, $16.50; Home Missions, $14.50; Education, $7.67; all other purposes, 
$200.07. 

Sunday-schoiol — D. L. Rush, superintendent, Lebanon, Ind.; Virginia White, 
secretary, Lebanon, Ind. Enrollment, 201; average attendance, 120. 
Christian Endeavor — Ora Harrison, president, Lebanon, Ind.; Eathol Harlan, 
corresponding secretary, Lebanon, Ind. Members — active, 35; associate, 13; 
honorary, 19; total, 62. Contributed to Christian Endeavor Department, $4.30. 

I.IBERTY — Rev. Guy Walters, pastor; Rev. Guy Walters was pastor last year; 
F. E. Quillen, clerk, Crawfordsville, Ind. Membership, 86. Received last year, 
5. Church building valued at $3,000.00. One-half time preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $450.00; Home Missions, $10.54; Education, $5.00. 
Snnday-school — Claude Broaders, superintendent, Crawfordsville, Ind.; Ger- 
trude Bolen, secretary, "Waynetown, Ind. Enrollment, 50; average attendance, 
35. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $4.09. 

LINDEN — No pastor; Rev. A. E. House was pastor last year; Grace Parker, clerk. 
Linden, Indiana. Membership, 200. Received last year, 16. Church building 
valued at $3,500.00. One-half time preaching. 
Sunday-school — Beulah Dickey, secretary. Linden, Ind. Enrollment, 160. 

I.INNSBURG — Rev. O. V. Rector, pastor; Rev. O. V. Rector was pastor last year; 
Mrs. Ida Crawford, clerk, Linnsburg, Ind. Membership, 54. Church building 
valued at $3,500.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral ser- 
vice, $600.00; Foreign Missions, $26.90; Home Missions, $22.00; Education, 
$10.00; all other purposes, $75.88. 

Sunday-school — Charles McVey, superintendent. New Ross, Ind.; Miss Florence 
Scott, secretary, Linnsburg, Ind. Enrollment, 47; average attendance, 25. 

MELIiOTT — Rev. Guy "Walters, pastor; Rev. Guy Walters was pastor last year; 
Mrs. Alice Rice, clerk, Mellott, Ind. Membership, 225. Received last year, 



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42. Church building- valued at $20,000.00. Parsonage valued at $2,500.00. 
One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $600.00; American 
Christian Convention, $15.00; Home Missions, $17.15; Education, $10.00; all 
other purposes, $15.00. 

Sanday-school — Arthur Waterman, superintendent, Mellott, Ind. ; Edna Wild- 
man, secretary, Mellott, Ind. Enrollment, 150; average attendance, 112. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $12.00. 

Christian Endeavor — Miss Edith Simmons, president, Mellott, Ind.; Glee Haas, 
corresponding secretary, Mellott, Ind. Members — active, 37; honorary, 2; 
total, 39. Contributed to Christian Endeavor Department, $13.70. 

MEROM — Rev. W. S. Alexander, pastor; Rev. W. S. Alexander was pastor last 
year; Mrs. Alice Boone, clerk, Merom, Ind. Membership, 150. Received last 
year, 25. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $750.00; 
American Christian Convention, $10.00; Foreign Missions, $64.63; Home Mis- 
sions, $35.00; Education, $10.00; all other purposes, $179.63. 

Sunday-school — Edith Harber, secretary, Merom, Ind. Enrollment, 107. 

Christian Endeavor — Orville Creager, corresponding secretary, Merom, Ind. 

>IT. OLIVE — Rev. C. A. Duncon, pastor; Rev. C. A. Duncon was pastor last year; 
Blanche Akers, clerk, Farmersburg, Ind. Membership, 91. Received last year, 
2. Church building valued at $2,000.00. Preaching once a month. Contribut- 
ed to pastoral service, $240.00; Foreign Missions, $3.00; Home Missions, $4.50. 

Snnday-sohool — Lois Sharp, secretary. Pimento, Ind. Enrollment, 48. 

NEW SALiBM — Rev. W. P. Kibbey, pastor; Rev. W. P. Kibbey was pastor last year; 
Li. J. Beck, clerk, Lebanon, Ind. Membership, 93. Received last year, 18. 
Church building valued at $5,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $500.00; American Christian Convention, $2.50; Foreign 
Missions, $20.00; Home Missions, $13.00; Education, $2.50; all other purposes, 
$89.96. 

Sunday-school — James Long, superintendent, Lebanon, Ind.; H. U. Titus, 
secretary, Lebanon, Ind. Enrollment, 79; average attendance, 35. 

OIiD UIVION — Rev. D. O. Coy, pastor; Rev. D. O. Coy was pastor last year; K. H. 
Meyer, clerk, Jamestown, Ind. Membership, 141. Received last year, 14. 
Church building valued at $5,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $500.00; American Christian Convention, $4.00; Foreign 
Missions, $12.00; Home Missions, $20.66; Education, $5.60; all other purposes, 
$100.00. 

Sunday-school — John Scott, superintendent, Ja^mestown, Ind.; Geneva Clifton, 
secretary, Jamestown, Ind. Enrollment, 125; average attendance, 75. 

Christian Endeavor — Ruby Cox, corresponding secretary, Jamestown, Ind. 

OSBORN PRAIRIE — Rev. O. R. Mason, pastor; Rev. U. S. Johnson was pastor last 
year; James A. Glover, clerk, Covington, Ind. Membership, 141. Received 
last year, 30. Church building valued at $4,000.00. One-half time preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $850.00; American Christian Convention, $5.95; 
Foreign Missions, $32.38; Home Missions, $32.36; Education, $16.66. 

Sunday-school — James A. Glover, superintendent, Covington, Ind.; Loranie 
Campbell, secretary, Veedersburg, Ind. Enrollment, 77; average attendance, 
50. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $2.00. 

OTTER CREEK UIVIOIV — Rev. B. W. Stoddard, pastor; Rev. B. W. Stodda.rr^ was 
pastor last year; Mabel Kessel, clerk, Brazil. Ind., R. R. 5. ^lembership. Go. 
Church building valued at $1,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $353.00; American Christian Convention, $3.00: Foreign 
Missions, $4.95; Home Missions, $12.55; Education, $4.32; all other purposes, 
$35.00. 

Sunday-school — A. G. Kessel, superintendent, Brazil, Ind.; Nellie Hoffman, 
secretary, Brazil, Ind. Enrollment, 68; average attendance, 39. Contributed 
to Sunday-school Department, $3.00; all other purposes, $21.37. 

PL.EASAXT HILL, — Rev. W. D. Samuel, pastor; Rev. W. D. Samuel was pastor last 
year; Mrs. Ray M. Thompson, clerk, "Wingate, Ind. Membership, 170. Re- 
ceived last year, 30. Church building valued at $18,000.00. Parsonage valued 
at $3,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,200.00; 
American Christian Convention, $6.34; Foreign Missions, $36.21; Home Mis- 
sions, $33.53; Education, $6.35; all other purposes, $89.43. 

Sunday-school — Clifford Coon, superintendent, Wingate, Ind.; Glema Wilson, 



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secretary, Wingate, Ind. Enrollment, 128; average attendance, 87. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $69.27. 

Christian Endeavor — Cleon Hibbs, corresponding secretary, Wingate, Ind. 

PliEASANT VIEW — Rev. Lloyd Reich, pastor; Rev. Lloyd Reich was pastor last 
year; Miss Bessie Cox, clerk, Lebanon, Ind. Membership, 128. Received last 
year. 4. Church building valued at $3,000.00. One-half time preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $600.00; American Christian Convention, $15.25; 
Foreign Missions, $21.55; Home Missions, $27.82; Education, $15.00. 

Sunday-scliool — Thomas Fendley, superintendent, Lebanon, Ind.; Mary Hart, 
secretary, Lebanon, Ind. Enrollment, 64; average attendance, 40. Contributed 
to Sunday-school Department, $5.00; all other purposes, $63.98. 

PRAIRIE CHAPEL. — Rev. O. R. Mason, pastor; Rev. A. E. House was pastor last 
year; Mrs. Melle Lough, clerk, Hillsboro, Ind. Membership, 70. Church build- 
ing valued at $5,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $600.00; American Christian Convention, $4.00; Foreign Missions, $5.00; 
Home Missions, $5.00; Education, $5.00; all other purposes, $10.00. 
Sanday-.scliool — Leona Myers, secretary, Hillsboro, Ind. Enrollment, 40. 

PRAIRIEVIL.L.E — Rev. R. H. Gott, pastor; Rev. R. H. Gott was pastor last year; 
Ella Ca.rter, clerk, Russiaville, Ind. Membership. 60. Received last year, 2. 
Church building valued at $4,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $480.00; American Christian Convention, $5.00; Foreign 
Missions, $12.95; Home Missions, $9.60; Education, $5.85; all other purposes, 
$40.86. 

Sunday-school — Edward Atkinson, superintendent, Sharpsville, Ind.; Ina Lee, 
secretary, Sharpsville, Ind. Enrollment, 40; average attendance, 28. Con- 
tributed to Sunday-school Department, $1.00; all other purposes, $34.54. 

ROSSTON — Rev. W. M. Roberts, pastor; Rev. W. M. Roberts was pastor last year; 
Mrs. Ellen Taylor, clerk, Zionsville, Ind. Membership, 30. Received last year, 
3. Church building valued at $4,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contribut- 
ed to pastoral service, $700.00; American Christian Convention, $5.00; Foreign 
Missions, $2.00; Home Missions, $3.00. 

Sunday-schoiol — Mrs. Myrtle E. Hickson, superintendent, Zionsville, Ind.; 
Clella Staley, secretary, Zionsville, Ind. Enrollment, 50; average attendance, 
33. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $5.00. 

SCOTLAND — Rev. G. Woody, pastor; Rev. G. Woody was pastor last year; Mrs. 
Lucy Virtue, clerk, Kirklin, Ind. Membership. 76. Received last year, 10. 
Church building valued at $2,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $400.00: Foreign ^Missions, $3.85; Home Missions, $4.00. 
Sanday-schoal — Mrs. Lucy Virtue, secretary, Kirklin, Ind. 

STEaiLIXG — Rev. C. E. Howard, pastor; Rev. C. E. Howard was pastor last year; 
Guy Smith, clerk, Veedersburg, Ind. Membership, 48. Church building valued 
at $1,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$460.00; American Christian Convention, $2.00; Foreign Missions, $2.00; Home 
Missions, $2.00; Education, $2.00; all other purposes, $10.00. 

Sunday-school — Thomas Miller, superintendent, Veedersburg, Ind.; Gertrude 
Werts, secretary, Veedersburg, Ind. Enrollment, 60; average attendance, 50. 
Christian Endeavor — Clara Burk, president, Veedersburg, Ind.; Gladys Burk, 
corresponding secretary, Veedersburg, Ind. Members — active, 12; associate, 
20; honorary, 6; total 38. 

UXION CEMETERY — Rev. A. B. House, pastor; Rev. A. E. House was pastor last 
year; Mrs. Helen Williams, clerk, Veedersburg, Ind. Membership, 200. Re- 
ceived last year, 6. One-half time pieaching. Contributed to pastoral .=-ervice, 
$1,000.00; American Christian Convention, $8.35; Home Missions, $10.20; Educa- 
tion, $9.30; all other purposes, $2!S0.00. 

Sunday-school — Freeman Knowles, superinterdent, Veedersburg, Ind.; 
Wreatha Clark, secretary, A'eedersburg, Ind. Enrollment, 100; average at- 
tendance, 50. Contributed to Sunday-school Department. $10.00; all other 
purposes, $145.60. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 21; Licentiates, 4; Churches, 31; Membership, 
3,691. Contributions: Pastoral service, $19,244.60; American Christian Con- 
vention. $167.34: Education, $:?24.86: Foreisrn Missions, $535.67; Home INIissions, 
$541.47; Federal Council, $3.35; Relief, $16.25; all other purposes, $2,095.54. 
Sunday-.school.';. 31: Enroll) cnt. P. fl5. (Contributed to Sunday-school Depart- 
ment, $33.84. Christian Endeavor Societies, 10; Membership. i39. Contributed 
to Christian Endeavor Depaitment, $18.00. Total contributions reported, 
$22,880.92. Conference offering to American Christian Convention. $25.00. 



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Illinois Group 



ILLINOIS 

(Reported by Secretary Geedlng) 

Session of 1921 — Poplar Church. 
Session of 1922 — Carters Temple Church. 

Officers — Rev. John Baughman, Louisville, Illinois — President. 
Rev. A. H. Bennett, Merom, Indiana — Vice-President. 
Rev. E. C. Geeding-, Ashton, 111. — Secretary-Treasurer. 
Rev. Lloyd Reich, Merom, Ind. — Assistant Secretary. 

Department Secretaries — Rev. John Harper, Merom. Indiana — Devotions 
Rev. A. H. Bennett, Merom, Indiana — Evangelism. 
Rev. Walter Fasnacht, Merom, Indiana — Religious Education. 
Rev. Ed. Borah, Merom, Indiana — Missions. 
Rev. R. Vernon Ellis, Newton, Illinois — Benevolence. 



Ordained Ministers — 

Baughman, John, Louisville, 111. 
Bennett, A. H., Merom, Ind. 
Borah, Ed., Merom, Ind. 
Ellis, R. J., Newton, 111. 
Fasnacht, Walter, Merom, Ind. 
Geeding, E. C, Ashton, 111. 
Harper, John, Merom, Ind. 
Land, A., Boyleston, 111. 
Nash, C. E., Maplewood. Mo. 
Reich, Lloyd, Merom, Ind. 
Scarber, Florence, Littleton, III. 
Shepherd, G. W., Atwcod, 111. 



Snyder, J. W., Mason, 111. 
Truitt, Cora, Keensburg, 111. 
Turner, N. E., Sims, 111. 
Vint. D. G., Olney, 111. 
Wiggins, J. D., Enfield, 111. 
Licentiates — 

Clark, J. J., Thompsonville, 111. 
Ellis, R. Vernon, Newton, 111. 
Leek, Cecil, Texas City, 111. 
Mason, DaJty, Albion, 111. 
Ooten, John, Mason, 111. 
Tungate, Elza, Merom, Ind. 



Church, Pastor, Clerk, Offerings, OrganlKations 

(Offerings October 1, 1920. to October 1, 1921) 

BURNT PRAIRIE — Rev. F. G. Bell, pastor; Rev. F. G. Bell was pastor last year; 
Mirtie Hutchcraft, clerk, Enfield, Illinois. Membership, 34. Church building 
valued at $800.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed to pastoral ser- 
vice, $120.00; Home Missions, $21.00. 

Sunday-school — Ra<chel Warthen, superintendent, Carmi, Illinois, R. R. 1; Nelle 
Hutchcraft, secretary, Enfield, Illinois. Enrollment, 67; average attendance, 
33. Contributed to all other purposes, $27.89. 

CARTERS TEMPLE — No pastor; Rev. Ed. Borah was pastor last year; Veva B. 
Clark, clerk, Thompsonville, Illinois. Membership, 26. Received last year, 6. 
Church building valued at $800.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $9.6.00; all other purposes, $12.00. 

Snnday-school — Floyd Summers, superintendent, Thompsonville, Illinois; 
Grace Smith, secretary, Parish, Illinois. Enrollment, 60; average attendance, 
40. 

CHRISTIAN CHAPEI. — (This church reconstructed last year) — Rev. A. H. Bennett, 
pastor; Rev. A. H. Bennett was pastor last year; Mary Smithpeters, clerk, 
Springerton, Illinois. Membership, 50. Church building valued at $1,000.00. 
One-fourth time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $136.20; American 
Christian Convention, $2.00; Foreign Missions, $5.00; Home Missions, $9.39; 
all other purposes, $751.00. 

Sunday-school — Warren Wisley, superintendent, Springerton, Illinois; Teresa 
Hood, secretary, Springerton, Illinois. 

CHRISTIAN TEMPLE — No pastor; Rev. A. H. Bennett was pastor last year; Mrs. 
Myrtle Gray, clerk, Rinard, Illinois. Membership. 53. Received last year, 3. 
Church building valued at $2,000.00. One-fourth time preaching-. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $250.00; American Christian Convention, $12.50: Foreign 
Missions, $36.81; Home Missions, $20.11; Education, $17.50; Relief. $15.00; all 
other purposes, $16.06. 

Sunday-»«chooi — James Gray, superintendent, Rinard, Illinois: Lowell 
Laughlin, secretary, Rinard, Illinois. Enrollment, 53; average attendance, 31. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $79.84. 

HORD — Rev. John Baughman, pastor; Rev. T. H. Wade was pastor last year; Alice 
Hodge, clerk, Mason, Illinois. Membership. 185. Church building valued at 
$1,500.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $393.75; 
Foreign Missions, $5.00; Home Missions, $5.00; all other purposes, $186.51. 



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Sunday-Mcliool — J. A. Williams, superintendent. Mason, Illinois; Frankie Blair, 
secretary, Mason, Illinois. Enrollment, 86. Contributed to all other purposes, 
$1.00. 

liOUISVILLiE — Rev. John Baugrhrnan, pastor; Rev. J. M. Carmene wa« pastor last 
year; Edna Elwyn, clerk, Louisville, Illinois. Membership, 51. Church build- 
ing- valued at $5,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $300.00; Home Missions, $8.36. 

Sunday-.school — Lowell Kincaid, superintendent, Louisville, Illinois; Mrs. Olie 
Kincaid, secretary, Louisville, Illinois. Enrollment, 50; average attendance, 
30. Contributed to all other purposes, $30.00. 

('Iiri.stiiin Endeavor — Charlie Phillips, president, Louisville, Illinois; Edna 
Elwyn, corresponding secretary, Louisville, Illinois. Members — active, 26; 
associate, 15; honorary. 2; total, 43. 

PL.EASAIVT HILL. — Rev. Cora Truitt, pastor; Rev. Cora Truitt was pastor last 
year; Clara Havey, clerk, Albion, Illinois. Membership, 50. Received last 
year, 13. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed to Foreign Missions, $2.88; 
Relief, $7.00; all other purposes, $1.00. 

Sunday-.school — David Bunting, superintendent, Albion, Illinois; Edith Bold- 
ing, secretary, Albion, Illinois. Average attendance, 20. Contributed to all 
other purposes, $2.88. 

PL.EASA1VT UNION — Rev. A. H. Bennett, pastor; Rev. John Baughman was pastor 

last year; J. B. Sneed, clerk, McLeansboro, Illinois. INIembership, 40. Re- 
ceived last year, 3. Church building valued at $1,000.00. One-fourth time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $398.46; Home Missions, $6.26; 
all other purposes, $14.74. 

Snnday-school — Joe O'Neal, superintendent, McLeansboro, Illinois; Hazel 
Simonson, secretary, McLeansboro, Illinois. Enrollment, 49; average attend- 
ance, 34 9-50. Contributed to all other purposes, $13.63. 

POPLAR — Rev. A. H. Bennett, pastor; Rev. J5hn Baughman was pastor last year; 
v. O. Wettaw, clerk, Eldorado, Illinois. Membership, 80. Received last 
year, 17. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $750.00; 
American Christian Convention, $5.00; Foreign Missions, $10.00; Home Mis- 
sions, $10.00; Education, $5.00; all other purposes, $132.80. 

Sunday-school — V. O. Wettaw, superintendent, Eldorado, Illinois; Pauline 
Wettaw, secretary, Eldorado, Illinois. Enrollment, 30; average attendance, 20. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $26.20. 

RICHLAND — No pastor; Rev. Mahlon Smith was pastor last year; Mr. J. F. Butler, 
clerk, Fairfield, Illinois. IMembership, 42. Received last year, 2. Church 
building valued at $1,500.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $100.00; American Christian Convention, $2.00; Home Mis- 
sions, $2.00; all other purposes, $57.69. 

Sunday-.school — Lycurgus Whitlock, superintendent, Fairfield, Illinois; Mary 
"Whitlock, secretary, Fairfield, Illinois. Enrollment, 46; averag^e attendance, 
25. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $1.00; all other purposes, $33.25. 

ROCHESTER — Rev. Cora Truitt, pastor; Rev. Cora Truitt was pastor last year; 
Mrs. Ella Beidleman, clerk, Keensburg, Illinois. Membership, 55. Received 
last year, 15. Church building valued at $600.00. Three-fourths time preach- 
ing. Contributed to pastoral service, $52.27; Home Missions, $1.00; all other 
purposes, $7.15. 

Sunday-.school — Paul Beidleman, superintendent, Keensburg, Illinois; Mrs. 
Delia Wheeler, secretary, Keensburg, Illinois. Enrollment, 47. Contributed 
to all other purposes, $1.00. 

TEXAS CITY — (Poplar Church has two Sunday-schools, Texas City being one of 
them.) 

Sunday-school — Cecil Leek, superintendent, Texas City, Illinois; Miss 
Ruth Byones, secretary, Texas City, Illinois. Enrollment, 56; average at- 
tendance, 35. Contributed to all other purposes, $1.00. 

WABASH — Rev. Ed. Bora.h, pastor; Rev. Ed. Borah was pastor last year; Katie 
Walker, clerk, Mason, Illinois. Membership, 44. Received last year, 8. One- 
fourth time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $180.00; all other 
purposes, $87.00. 

Sunday-school — Ada Pfinster, superintendent. Mason, Illinois; Pansy Storm, 
secretary, Maison, Illinois. Enrollment, 30; average attendance, 25. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 17; Licentiates, 6; Churches, 12; Membership, 
710. Contributions: Pastoral service, $2,776.68: American Christian Oonven- 
tion, $21.50; Education, $22.50; Foreign Missions, $59.69; Home Missions, 
$83.12; Relief, $22.00; all other purposes, $1,265.95. Sunday-schools, 13: En- 
rollment, 574. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $1.00. Christian 
Endeavor Societies, 1; Membership, 43. Total contributions reported. $4,252.44. 
Conference offering to American Cliristian Convention, $12.50. 



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CENTRAL ILLINOIS 

Session of 1921 — 
Session of 1922 — 

(Reported by Secretary Rowe) 

Officers — Rev. G. W. Rippey, Atwood, 111. — President. 
Rev. A. A. Richards, Urbana, 111. — Vice-President. 
Rev. J. E. Frye, Merom, Indiana — Secretary. 
M. S. Campbell, Collison, 111. — Treasurer. 

Department Secretaries — E. B. Janies, Mansfield, 111. — Missions. 
Rev. J. J. Douglass, Urbana, 111. — Education. 
•C. E. James, Mansfield, 111. — Sunday-schools. 
Paul Douglass, Urbana, 111. — Christian Endeavor. 
Zac Starr, Bismarck, 111. — Relief. 
Rev. W. M. Ealey, Urbana, 111. — Ministry. 

Trustees — Paul Atherton, Danville, 111.; C. A. Collins, Atwood, 111.; C. E. .Janie.s 
Mansfield, 111. 

Conference Mission Board — C. Hawk, St. Joseph, 111. — President. 
E. B. James, Mansfield, 111. — Secretary. 
M. S. Campbell, Collison, 111. — Treasurer. 
Other members — W. C. Noel, Urbana, 111.; Carey Christy, Urbana, 111 



Ministers — 

Alexander, W. S., Merom, Ind. 
Burnell, Rue, Superior, Nebraska. 
Douglass, J. J., Urbana, 111. 
Ealey, W. M., Urbana, 111. 
Hawk, C, St. Joseph, 111. 
Hoel, I. M., Tuscola, III. 
Lawlyes, R. N., Georgetown, III. 
Rippey, G. W. Atwood, 111. 
Rowe, H. G., Warren, Indiana. 



Richards, A. A., Urbana, 111. 

Shepherd, G. W., Atwood, III. 

Frye. J. E., Merom, Ind. 
Licentiates — 

Lake, Israel, Hillsdale, Ind. 

Callman, C. R., Covington, Ind. 
Superannuated — 

Braithwaite, E. E., Sadorus, 111. 

Harris, Robert, Urbana, 111. 



Cliurcli, Pastor, Clerk, Offerings, Organizations 

(Offerings October 1. 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

ARTHUR — Rev. J. J. Douglass, pastor; Rev. J. J. Doug-lass was pastor last year; 
Mrs. Susie Welcome, clerk, Arthur, 111. Membership. 75. Received last year, 
1. Church building valued at $1,500.00. Parsonage valued at $2,500.00. One- 
half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $840.00; American 
Christian Convention, $4.50; Foreign Missions, $47.72; Home Missions, $33.75; 
Education, $5.00; Relief, $19.15; all other purposes, $24.70. 

Snnday-scliool — Mrs. W. H. Whitelock, superintendent, Arthur, 111.; Mrs. S. B. 
Rice, secretary, Arthur, 111. Enrollment, 105; average attendance, 57. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $33.75. 

ATWOOD — Rev. G. W. Shepherd, pastor; Rev. G. W. Shepherd was pastor last 
year; C. A. Collins, clerk, Atwood, 111. Membership, 106. Received last year. 
14. Church building valued at $14,000. Parsonage valued at $2,500.00. Full 
time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,200.00; American Chris- 
tian Convention, $4.70; Foreign JNIissions, $38.25; Home Missions, $20.50; Edu- 
cation, $10.70; Relief. $100.50; all other purposes, $39.98. 

Sunday-seliool — Michael Erhardt, superintendent, Atwood, 111.; Dorcos Day. 
secretary, Atwood, 111. Enrollment, 97; average attendance, 75. Contributed 
to all other purposes, $82.94. 

BETHEL, — Rev. G. ^V. Rippey, pastor; Rev. J. T. Brooks was pastor last year; 
Mrs E. B. James, clerk, Mansfield, 111. ^Membership, 112. Received last year, 
10. Church building valued at $5,000.00. Parsonage valued at $4,000.00. Full 
time preaching. Contributed to pastoral s<^rvice, $1,200.00; American Chris- 
tian Convention, $15.00; Foreign Missions, $100.00; Home Missions, $100.00; 
Education, $15.00; Relief, $60.25; all other purposes, $506.30. 

Sunday-seliool — C. E. James, superintendent, Mansfield, 111.; Everett Judy, 
secretarv. Mansfield, 111. Enrollment, 263; average attendance. 93 1,2 • Con- 
tributed* to Sunday-school Department, $5.00; all other purposes, $180.70. 
Christian Endeavor — Glenna James, president, JSIansfield, 111.; Lena Cheno- 
weth, corresponding secretary, ]Mansfield, 111. Members — active, 31. Con- 
tributed to Christian Endeavor Department, $3.00; all purposes, $27.55. 

CEDAR GROVE — No pastor; No pastor last year; Ada Runyan, clerk. Danville, 
111.. R. R. Membership, 21. Church building valued at $1,500. Contributed 
to all purposes, $136.00. 



198 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

CHRISTIAN CHAPEL — Rev. S.' Price, pastor; Rev. S. Price was pastor la^st year; 
G. V. Guvinall, clerk, Collison, 111. ISIembership, 55. Received last year, 1. 
Church building- valued at $2,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $300.00; Foreiprn Missions, $15.10; Home Missions, $23.00; 
Education, $4.09; Relief, $15.00; all other purposes. $145.00. 

Sunciay-.school — Mrs. Eva Wade, superintendent, Collison, 111.; Geo. Tevebaug-h, 
secretary, Collison, 111. Enrollment, 60; averag-e attendance, 47. Contributed 
to all other purposes, $56.60. 

DANVILLE] — Rev. M. E. Willard, pastor; Rev. M. E. Willard was pastor last year; 
Aurelia Starks, clerk, 930 Franklin St., Danville, 111. Membership. 126. Re- 
ceived last year, 2. Church building- valued at $20,000. Parsonage valued 
at $9,000. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,800.00; 
American Christian Convention, $11.50; Foreign Missions, $48.79; Home Mis- 
sions, $44.19; Education, $7.56; all other purposes, $172.81. 

Sunday-.school — Mrs. E. W. Liggett, superintendent, Danville, 111.; O. J. Chap- 
man, secretary, Danville, 111., 1226 Walnut St. Enrollment, 262; average at- 
tendance, 105. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $5.00; all other 
purposes, $255.07. 

GARRETT — Rev. I. M. Hoel, pastor; Rev. I. M. Hoel was pastor last year; C. R. 
Metcalf, clerk, Garrett 111. Membership, 25. Received last year, 10. Church 
building valued at $2,500.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $150.00; Home Missions, $4.73; all other purposes, $23.35. 
Sunday-school — Thomas Livengood, superintendent, Atwood, 111.; Everett 
Shaw, secretary, Garrett, 111. Enrollment, 103; average attendance, 23. Con- 
tributed to Sunday-school Department, $2.35; all other purposes, $19.29. 

HOPE — Rev. Robert Harris, pastor; Rev. Robert Harris was pastor last yea<r; 
Mrs. Ida Lumon, clerk, Fithian, 111. Membership, 139. Church building valued 
at $5,000.00. One-haif time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$600.00; Home Missions, $50.52; all other purposes, $122.44. 

Sunciay-.school — J. F. Arnold, superintendent, F'ithian, 111.; Pearl Mayhe-w, 
secretary, Fithian, 111. Enrollment, 94; average attendance, 45. Contributed 
to all other purposes, $85.25. 

Chri.stian Endeavor — Mrs. J. F. Arnold, president, Fithian, 111.; Lena Arnold, 
corresponding secretary, Fithian, 111. Members — active, 21; associate, 2; 
honorary, 4; total, 27. Contributed to other purposes, $18.50. 

LAKE FORK — Rev. I. M. Hoel, pastor; Rev. I. M. Hoel was pastor last year; Mrs. 
A. R. Livengood, clerk, Atwood, 111. Membership, 204. Received last year, 3. 
Church building valued at $2,000.00. One-haif time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $600.00; American Christian Convention, $3.75; Foreign 
Missions, $384.00; Home Missions, $147.00; Education, $4.00; all other pur- 
poses, $184.00. 

Sunday-school — Leman Wildman, superintendent, Atwood, 111.; Edith Fristoe, 
secretary. Bement, 111. Average attendance, 121. Contributed to all other 
purposes, $154.00. 
Christian Endeavor — (No report.) 

MILMINE — Rev. J. E. Fry, pastor; Rev. J. E. Fry was pastor last year; Lela 
Dobson, clerk, Milmine, 111. ISIembership, 84. Received last year, 27. Church 
building valued at $1,800.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastor- 
al service, $800.00; American Christian Convention, $4.87; Foreign Missions, 
$7.00; Home Missions, $16.75; Education, $6.72; all other purposes, $182.52. 
Sunday-school — A. D. Koss, superintendent, Milmine, 111. Contributed to 
Sunday-school Department, $7.40. 

Christian Endeavoi- — Clarence Lefever, president, Bement, 111.; Avalon Strat- 
ton, corresponding secretary, Milmine, 111. Members — active, 18; associate, 4; 
total, 22. Contributed to Christian Endeavor Department, $2.41. 

MUNCIE — Rev. Robert Harris, pastor; Rev. Robert Harris was pastor last year; 
Grant Diggs, clerk, ]SUincie, 111. Membership, 86. Received last year, 5. 
Church building valued at $2,000.00. Parsonage valued at $700.00. One-fourth 
time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $300.00; Home Missions, 
$8.00; Relief, $23.80; all other purposes, $193.72. 

Sunday-school — "W. S. Honly, superintendent, Muncie, 111.; Ercel Dolby, secre- 
tary, Muncie, 111. Enrollment, 79: average attendance, 50. Contributed to 
Sunday-school Department, $5.07; all other purposes, $52.14. 

PIERSON — Rev. J. E. Fry, pastor; Rev. J. E. Fry was pastor last year; Grace 
Parks, clerk, Pierson, 111. Membership, 68. Received last year, 2. Church 
building valued at $4,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastor- 
al service, $720.00; American Christian Convention, $8.11; Foreign Missions, 
$15.22; Home Missions, $11.18; Education, $3.41; all other purposes, $139.65. 



THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 199 

Smiday-Mchool — Mrs. John Wierman, superintendent, Atwood, 111., R. R. ; 
Paulette Graham, secretary, Pierson Station, 111. Average attendance, 87. 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $8.41; all other purposes, $29.51. 

PLEASANT VIEW — Rev. Lloyd Reich, pastor; Rev. Lloyd Reich was pastor last 
year; Zac Starr, clerk, Bismarck, 111. Membership, 170. Church buildingr 
valued at $10,000.00. One-half time preaching-. Contributed to pastoral ser- 
vice, $800.00; American Christian Convention, $11.00; Foreign Missions, $91.70; 
Home Missions, $58.26; Education, $25.00; all other purposes, $324.62. 

Sunday-school — James W. Young, superintendent, Bismarck, 111.; Deloris Wil- 
liams, secretary, Bismarck, 111. Enrollment, 180; average a.ttendance, 101. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $316.41. 

PRAIRIE HOPE — Rev. J. J. Douglass, pastor; Rev. J. J. Douglass was pastor last 
year; Wiley Hawk, clerk, St. Joseph, 111. Membership, 60. Church building 
valued at $1,500.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral ser- 
vice, $840.00; American Christian Convention, $7.00; Foreign Missions, $48.50; 
Home Missions, $30.00; Education, $10.00; all other purposes, $395.15. 

Sunday-school — Conda Collins, superintendent, Uibana, 111., R. R. ; Vernon 
Varner, secretary, St. Joseph, 111. Enrollment, 60; average attendance, 39. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $89.57. 

PROSPECT — Rev. C. R. Tallman, pastor; Rev. C. R. Tallman was pastor last year; 
Wm. A. Stearns, clerk, St Joseph, 111. Membership, 20. Church building 
valued at $1,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral ser- 
vice, $300.00; American Christian Convention, $5.00; Home Missions, $14.00; 
Relief, $5.60. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 

TILiTON — No pastor; Rev. R. N. Lawyles was pastor last year; Mrs. Nannie 
Russell, clerk, Tilton Branch, Danville, 111. Membership, 52. Received last 
year, 13. Church building valued at $2,500.00. One-half time preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $155.00; all other purposes, $852.49. 
Sunday-school — John Perkes, superintendent, Tilton Branch, Danville, 111.; 
Harrietta Hammond, secretary, Tilton Branch, Danville, 111., Station C. Aver- 
age attendance, 65. Contributed to all other purposes, $60.00. 

TIPTON — Rev. R. N. Lawlyes, pastor; Rev. R. N. Lawlyes was pastor last year; 
Chas. L. Parker, clerk, St. Joseph, 111. Membership, 46. Church building 
valued at $4,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral ser- 
vice, $259.00; Home Missions, $3.72; all other purposes, $51.31. 

TUSCOIiA — Rev. I. M. Hoel, pastor; Rev. I. M. Hoel was pastor last year; Henry 
Rice, clerk, Tuscola, 111. Membership, 116. Received last year, 21. Church 
building valued at $15,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $600.00; Foreign Missions, $9.00; Home Missions, $4.73; Edu- 
cation, $2.00; all other purposes, $6,965.50. 

Sunday-school — G. Leo Dick, superintendent, Tuscola, 111.; Maurice Baker, 
secretary, Tuscola, 111. Enrollment, 189; average attendance, 89. Contributed 
to Sunday-school Department, $7.40; all other purposes, $124.59. 
Christian Endeavor — Mrs. Henry Shen, president, Tuscola, 111.; Hazel Plow- 
man, corresponding secretary, Tuscola, 111. Members — active, 36. 

U. C. CHAPEL. — Rev. John A. Tracy, pastor; Rev. F. G. Bell was pastor last 
year; Geo. H. Erhardt, clerk, Arthur, 111. Membership, 74. Church building 
valued at $1,500.00. One-half time preaching Contributed to pastoral ser- 
vice, $360.00; all other purposes, $31.59. 

Sunday-school — Geo. H. Erhardt, superintendent, Arthur. 111.; Cecil Richard- 
son, secretary, Arthur, 111. Enrollment, 73; average attendance, 45. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $37.50. 

TJRBANA — Rev. A. A. Richards, pastor; Rev. A. A. Richards was pastor last year; 
Frank Anderson, clerk, 90S W. Clark St., Urbana, 111. Membership, 257. Re- 
ceived last year, 26. Church building valued at $25,000.00. Full time preach- 
ing. Contributed to pastoral service, $2,500.00: American Christian Conven- 
tion, $70.00; Foreign Missions, $229.22; Home Missions, $150.00; Education. 
$112.50; all other purposes, $346.92. 

Sunday-school — W. C. Noel, superintendent, 408 W. Nevada St., Urbana., 111.; 
Kathryn Ross, secretary, Urbana, 111., R. R. 5. Enrollment,- 389; average at- 
tendance, 218. Contributed to all other purposes, $626.06. 

Christian Endeavor — Paul Douglass, president, 1002 W. California St., Urbana., 
111.; Mrs. Delia Christy, corresponding secretary, 709 W. High St., Urbana. 111. 
Members — active, 20; associate, 4; total, 24. Contributed to all other purposes, 
$57.93. 



200 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 12; Licentiates, 2; Churciies, 20; Membership, 
1,89C. Contributions: Pastoral service, $14,324.00; American Christian Con- 
vention, $150.37; Education, $205.98; Foreign Missions, $1,034.50; Home Mis- 
sions, $720.33; Relief. $224.30; all other purposes, $9,985.56. Sunday-schools, 
18; Enrollment, 1.954; Contributed to Sunday-school Departinent, $40.63. Chris- 
tian Endeavor Societies, 5; Membership. 140; Contributed to Christian En- 
deavor Department. $5.41. Total contributions reported, $27,388.57. Confer- 
ence offering- to American Christian Convention, $1.00. 



NORTHERN ILLINOIS 

(Reported by Secretary Her) 

Session of 1921 — 
Session of 1922 — 

Officers — W. S. Sanford, Ashton, 111. — President. 

Rev. G. A. Brown, Oregon, 111. — Vice-President. 
Mrs. M. Her, Mount Morris, 111. — Secretary. 
J. P. Wilson, Leaf River, 111. — Treasurer. 

Ministers — Honorary Men>bers — 

Brown. G. A., Oregon, 111. Walk, E. G., Leaf River, 111. 

Mishler, Jennie, Leaf River. 111. Geeding, E. C, Ashton, 111. 
Pittman, R. W., Legrand, Iowa. 

Church, Pastor, Clerk, Offerings, Org^anizations 

(Offerings October 1, 1920. to October 1, 1921) 

CAPRON — No service. Daniel Conrad, clerk, Capr-on, 111. Membership, 28. Church 
building valued at $3,000.00. 

Sunilay-school — (1921) — H. B. Stevenson, superintendent, Capron, 111.; Leina 
Smith, secretary, (Capron, 111. Enrollment, 68; average attendance, 20. 

LEAF RIA'ER — Rev. E. G. Walk, pastor; Rev. E. G. W^alk was pastor last year; 
J. D Palmer, clerk. Leaf River, 111. Membership, 89. Received last year, 9. 
Church building valued at $2,000.00. Parsonage valued at $900.00. Full time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $610.00; American Christian Con- 
vention, $3.80; Foreign Missions, $10.00; Home Missions, $19.20; Education, 
$6.00; Relief, $13.50; all other purposes, $29.00. 

Sunday-school — G. G. Welty, superintendent. Leaf River, 111.; Miss Anna 
Vetrose, seci-etar-y. Leaf River, 111. Enr-ollment, 74; average attendance, 34. 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $2.00; all other purposes, $82.00. 

XORTH GROVE — Rev. E. G. Walk, pastor; Rev. E. G. Walk was pastor last year; 
D. R. Rowland, clerk. Leaf River, 111. Membership, 25. Church building 
valued at $2,000.0/). Parsonage valued at $1,800.00. Full time preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $290.00; American Christian Convention, 
$1.25; Foreign Missions, $9.00; Home Missions, $20.25; Relief, $5.00; all other 
purposes, $3.60. 

Sunday-school — Amos Rotherwell, superintendent, Egan, 111.; Amy Rotherwell, 
secretary, Egan, 111. Enrollment, 35; average attendance, 15. Contributed to 
all other purposes, $29.37. 

WASHINGTON GROVE — Rev. E. C. Geeding, pastor; Rev. E. C. Geeding was 
pastor last year; W, S. Sanford, clerk. Ashton, 111. Member-ship, 53. Church 
building valued at $2,500.00. Parsonage valued at $900.00. Full time preach- 
ing. Contributed to pastor-al service, $900.00; Foreign Missions, $8.55; Home 
Missions, $26.05; Education, $26.05; Federal Council, $2.60; Relief, $33.63; all 
other purposes, $163.59. 

Sunday-school — R. B. Sanford, superintendent, Ashton, 111.; Mary J. Sanford, 
secretary, Ashton, 111. Enr'ollment, 95; average attendance, 33. Contributed 
to Sunday-school Department, $1.55; all other purposes, $77.68. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 3; Churches, 4; Membership, 195. Contributions: 
Pastoral service, $1,800.00; American Christian Convention, $5.05; Education, 
$32.05; Foreign Missions, $27.55; Home Missions, $65.50; Federal Council, $2.60; 
Relief, $52.13; all other purposes, $196.19. Sunday-schools, 4; Enrollment, 
272; Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $3.55. Total contributions 
reported, $2,184.62. Conference offering to American Christian Convention, 
$22.54. 



THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 201 

NORTH FORK ILLINOIS 

In reply to a letter of inquiry concerning- the above named conference I 
have the following- letter: 

"Dear Brother Burnett — 

"The North Pork Conference is no more. Disbanded February 19, 1921. 

Sig-ned H. D. Catte." 

The North Fork, Illinois, Christian Conference was org-anized at the Pleasant 
Valley Christian Church, Willow Hill, 111., Aug-ust 11, 1909, and was soon after- 
ward incorporated. Rev. P. Wade was its first president, and Rev. H. D. Catte its 
only secretary, serving- from the time of its org-anization to its disbanding. The 
object of the org-anization as set forth in the articles of incorporation was to 
promote the teaching of the gospel and the building- and org-anizing- of churches. 

At the time of its disbanding the following officers were in service as re- 
ported to The Christian Annual, 1921: 

Officers — H. B. Frederick, Annapolis, 111. — President. 
Rev. J. D. Wigg-ins, Enfield, 111. — Vice-President. 
Rev. H. D. Catte, Willow Hill, 111. — Secretary. 
W. S. Warthen, Carmi, 111. — Treasurer. 

Department Secretaries — H. S. Early, Olney, 111. — Ministry. 
Lewis Spaugh, IMartinsville, 111. — Sunday-school. 
Official Board — Evang-elism. 

Local Home .>I£.ssion Board — Wm. King. Enfield, 111. — President. 
CorH) Shanks, Annapolis, 111. — Secretary. 
Alka Elliott, Martinsville, 111. — Treasurer. 

Trustees — J. A. Keeran, .4nnapolis, 111.; John Spivy, Martinsville, 111.; John Krill. 
Harrisburg, 111. 

The membership at the time was: 
Ministers— Scott, John. 

Catte, H. D. Wade, P. 

Early, H. S. Wiggins, J. D. 

Churches — Burnt Prairie and Willow Prairie. 
The session of 1920 was held at Burnt Prairie. 

RICHLAND UNION 

(Reported by Secretary Turk) 

Session of 1921 — Excelsior Union Church. 
Session of 1922 — 

Officers — Rev. Guy Bailey, Soldiers Grove, Wis. — President. 
Rev. L. P. Kline, Richland Center-, Wis. — Vice-President. 
J. M. Turk, Boscobel, Wis.- — Secretary. 
O. R. Dyer, Blue River, Wis. — Assistant Secretary. 
O. R. Dyer, Blue River, Wis. — Treasurer. 

Department Secretaries — Miss Ethel Bruce, Viroqua, Wis. — Secretary, of Sunday- 
schools. 

Mrs. Emma Harris, Bloom City, Wis. — Pres, of Sunday-schools. 

Rev. L. P. Kline, Richland Center, ^Vis. — Education. 
Advisory Board — E. A. Bailey, B. K. Borland, and O. R. Dyer. 

Ministers — Seeley, Ray, Defiance, Ohio. 

Bailey, Guy, Soldiers Grove, Wis. Licentiate — 

Kegley, Vern, Yuba, Wis. Wood, Beauford. 
Kline, L. P., Richland Center, Wis. 

Church, Pastor, Clerk, Offering:s, Organizations 

(Offering-s October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

BEAVER VALLEY — No report; Rev. Vern Keg-ley was pastor last year; Miss 
Winnie Bruce, clerk, Hillsboro, Wis. Membership, 15. 

Sunday-school: — George Roach, superintendent, Wonowoc, Wis. Enrollment, 
44; averag-e attendance, 20. 

EXCELSIOR UNION — No report; Rev. Guy Bailey was pastor last year; Myrtle 
Renning-ton, clerk. Excelsior, W^is. Membership. 32. 

HARMONY — No report; Rev. Guy Bailey was pastor last year; Kate Chitwood, 
clerk, Tav^ra, Wis. Membership, 16. 



202 THECHRISTIANANNUAL 

Sunday-school — Miss Ida Walker, superintendent, Tavera, Wis. Enrollment, 
30; average attendance, 25. 

HASKIIVS CHAPEL, — No pastor; Rev. Guy Bailey viras pastor last year; O. R. 
Dver, clerk. Blue River, Wis. Membership. 18. One-half time preaching-. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $150.36; Foreign Missions, $8.32; Home Missions, 
$5.43. 

Sunday-school — O. R. Dyer, superintendent. Blue River, Wis.; Myra Dyer, 
secretary, Blue River, Wis. Enrollment, 24; average attendance, 24. 

JWOUND PARK — Rev. Guy Bailey, pastor; Rev. Guy Bailey v^^as pastor last year; 
Eva Komable, clerk, Viola, Wis. Membership, 14. Church building valued at 
$2,000.00. Parsonage valued at $1,200.00. One-half time preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $94.00; Foreign Missions, $13.00; Home Mis- 
sions. $9.00. 

Sunday-ischool — Rosco Looker, superintendent, Viola, Wis.; Erma Matthews, 
secretary, Viola, Wis. Enrollment, 35; average attendance, 25. 

PINE RIVER — No service. Repairing church building. Rev. L. P. Kline was 
pastor last year; Mrs. George Seeley, clerk, Yuba, Wis. Membership, 31. 

PLEASANT RIDGE — Rev. Guy Bailey, pastor; Rev. Guy Bailey was pastor last 
year; Mrs. E. A. Barley, clerk, Soldiers Grove, Wis. Membership, 30. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $100.00; Foreign Missions, $7.74; all other pur- 
poses, $26.91. 

Sunday-school — Letta Weldy, superintendent, Soldiers Grove, Wis.; George 
Felton, secretary, Soldiers Grove, Wis. Enrollment, 34; average attendance, 
28. 

WEST BRANCH — Rev. L. P. Kline, pastor; Rev. L.. P. Kline was pastor last year; 
Emma Harris, clerk. Bloom City, Wis. Membership, 17. Church building 
valued at $900.00. Foreign Missions, $5.00; all other purposes, $5.00. 
Sunday-school — Emma Harris, superintendent. Bloom City, Wis.; Emma 
Harris, secretary. Bloom City, Wis. Enrollment, 35; average attendance, 30. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 4; Licentiates, 1; Churches, 8; Membership, ITS. 
Contributions: Pastoral service, $344.36; Foreign Missions, $34.06; Home Mis- 
sions. $14.43; all other purposes, $31.91. Sunday-schools, 6; Enrollment, 202. 
Total contributions reported, $424.76. 



SOUTHERN WABASH ILLINOIS 

(Reported by Secretary Plunkett) 

Session of 1921 — Olney, 111. 
Session of 1922 — Trimble, 111. 

OflScer.s — Rev. Levi J. Carter, Eaton, 111. — President. 

Rev. F. G. Bell, Sumner, 111. — Vice-President. 

I. H. Plunkett, Palestine, 111. — Secretary. 

J. M. Bowers, Hidalgo, 111. — Treasurer. 
Trustees — C. L. Nelsen, Sumner, 111.; James Torbit, Greenup, 111.; W. A. Woods, 

Robinson, 111. 

Department Secretaries — Rev. G. R. Hammond, Merom, Ind. — Sunday-schools. 
Rev. C. B. Hershey, Swansea, Mass. — Education. 
Miss Mary Mann, Newton, 111. — Christian Endeavor. 
Rev. J. M. Carmean, Kinmundy, 111. — Publication. 
Rev. J. L. Wright, Greenup, 111. — Missions. 
Rev. A. O. Jacobs, Olney. 111. — Relief. 

Ministers — Mahan, C. N., Merom, Ind. 

Bell, F. G., Sumner, 111. ^'^^'"w^'^^^"^' ^°^^^' iu' 

Bradbury, J. M.. Johnstown, Ohio. l?-^^- W. T Greenup, I 1. 

Campbell, Wm., Greenup, 111. d!''"'^ V.^V ;> ^^ "f ' .?° °- t,, 

Carmean. J. M., Kinmundy, 111. ^'V""^^"' J; ^- Palestine, 111. 

Carter, Levi J., Eaton. 111. P"«- S.. Greenup, 111. 

Catt, H. D., Willow Hill, 111. Sears, C C, Towanda, Kansas. 

Hammond. E. D., Gallon, Ohio. Tracy, J. A., Claremont. 111. 

Hammond, C. R., Merom. Ind. w^'^'V.. t "t' ^°^'"^'='^' ^}}: 

Hershey, C. B., Swansea, Mass. Wright, J. L., Greenup, 111. 

Jacobs, A. O.. Olney, 111. Liicentiate — 

Kitchen, W. H., Rose Hill. 111. Higgins, B. W., Mason, III. 



THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 203 

Church, Pa.stor, Clerk, Offerings, .Organizationi>> 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

ANTIOCH — No pastor; Rev. John H. Harper was pastor last year; IMrs. W. W. 
Shick, clerk, Claremont, 111. Membership, 60. Church building valued at 
$800.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $200.00; 
p-oreign Missions, $7.00; Home Missions, $6.00; Education, $4.00; all other 
purposes, $10.00. 

Sunduy-.school — J. C. Shafer, superintendent, Claremont, 111.; Miss Perna 
Whippey, secretary, Claremont, 111. Enrollment, 45; average attendance, 25. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $10.25. 

BERLIN — No pastor; Rev. H. D. Catt was pastor last year; Julia York, clerk, 
Oblong, 111. Membership, 19. Church building valued at $800.00. One-fourth 
time preaching. Contributed to all other purposes, $150.00. 
Sunda>'-.schooI — W. S. Smith, superintendent. Oblong, 111.; Lucille Lawrence, 
secretary. Oblong, 111. Average attendance, 17. Contributed to all other 
purposes, $15.95. 

BETHAIVY' — Rev. C. A. Dunan, pastor: Rev. C. N. Mahan was pastor last year; 
A. J. Colman, clerk. Willow Hill, 111. Membership, 78. Church building valued 
at $1,800.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $125.00; Foreign Missions, $3.00. 
Suiiday-.sehool — W. J. McCoy, superintendent. Willow Hill, 111.; Amdra Beard, 
secretary. Willow Hill, 111. Enrollment, 45; average attendance, 35. 

BETHLEHEM — Rev. John Harper, pastor; Rev. T. H. Wade was pastor last year; 
Geo. T. Foss, clerk, Sumner, 111. Membership, 147. Church building valued 
at $1,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$400.00; all other purposes, $83.00. 

Sunday-.sohooi — Geo. T. Foss, superintendent, Sumner, 111.; Carrie Thorp, sec- 
retary, Sumner, 111. Enrollment, 100; average attendance, 60. 

BETHSAIDA — No pastor; No pastor last year; Hattie Jacobs, clerk. Mason, III. 
Membership, 70. 

Sunday-school — Hattie Jacobs, superintendent, Mason, 111.; Verneva Roe, sec- 
retary, IMason. 111. 

BIBLE CHAPEL — No pastor; Rev. W. T. Paul was pastor last year; Harlin Correll, 
clerk, Stoy, 111. Membership, 62. Church building valued at $1,500.00. One- 
fourth time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $200.00; Foreign 
Missions, $6.72; Home Missions, $7.00. 

Sunday-school — Bert Lackey, superintendent, Stoy, 111.; Vesta Correll, secre- 
tary. Stoy, 111. Enrollment, 70; average attendance, 41. Contributed to all 
other purposes, $5.60. 

Christian Endeavor — Stella Twiman, president, Robinson, 111.; Vesta Correll, 
corresponding secretary, Stoy, 111. Members — active, 20. 

BROCKVILLE — Rev. Walter Kitchen, pastor; Rev. Mrs. F. Scarber was pastor 
last year; Mrs. Mary Halterman, clerk, Newton, 111. Membership, 60. Church 
building valued at $1,200.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $110.00; Ameri- 
can Christian Convention, $1.75; Foreign Missions, $2.50; Home Missions, 
$4.12; Education, $2.00; all other purposes, $29.89. 

Sunday-school — Chester McCord, superintendent, Newton, 111.; Ester F. 
Kitchen, secretary Rose Hill, 111. Enrollment, 51; average attendance, 28. 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $2.00; all other purposes, $2.50. 

FOREST RIDGE — No pastor; Rev. A. H. Bennett was pastor last year; Alva 
Varner, clerk. Noble, 111. Membership, 45. One-fourth time preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $125.05; Foreign Missions, $5.00; Home Missions, 
$5.00. 

Sunday-school — Russel Rutger, superintendent. Noble, 111.; Dorothea Coplea, 
secretary. Noble, 111. Enrollment, 50; average attendance, 36. 

FREEDOM — Rev. S. Price, pastor; Rev. John Harper was pastor last year; Edna 
Zier, clerk. Noble, Til. Membership. 100. Church building valued at $3,000.00. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $300.00; American Christian Convention, $4.85; 
Foreign Missions, $12.00; Home Missions, $6.00; Education, $10.00; all other 
purposes, $150.00. 

Sunday-school — Robert Meridith, superintendent. Noble, 111.; Mrs. Harley 
Fryman, secretary. Noble, 111. Enrollment, 80; average attendance, 50. Con- 
tributed to Sunday-school Department, $10.00; all other purposes, $29.35. 

GRAND PRAIRIE — Rev. C. A. Duncon, pastor; Rev. Levi J. Carter was pastor 
last year; Mrs. Zella York, clerk, Robinson, 111. Membership, 83. Church 
building valued at $1,500.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $600.00; For- 



204 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

eig-n Missions, $6.00; Home Missions, $5.00; Education, $5.00; all other pur- 
poses, $124.90. 

Sunday-school — Ernest Tyrrel, superintendent, Robinson, 111.; Veo Mitchel, 
secretary, Robinson, 111. Enrollment, 77; average attendance, 43. Cotributed 
to Sunday-school Department, $3.27; all other purposes, $49.16. 

HIDALGO — Rev. R. J. Ellis, pastor; Rev. R. J. Ellis was pastor last year; Francis 
Kibler, clerk, Hidalg-o, 111. Membership, 154. Church building- valued at 
$1,500.00. One-fourth time preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$270.92; American Christian Convention, $4.36; Foreign Missions, $7.00; Home 
Missions, $10.86; Education, $4.00; all other purposes, $100.82. 
Sunday-»«ehool — John Bo-wers, superintendent, Hidalgo, 111.; Gilra Vanatta, 
secretary, Hidalgo, 111. Enrollment, 200; average attendance, 78. Contributed 
to all other purposes, $14.00. 

Christian E^ndeavor — Lawrence Cowger, president, Hidalgo, 111.; Vera Cowger, 
corresponding secretary, Hidalgo, 111. Members^ — active, 22; associate, 39; 
honorary, 16; total, 77. 

HOPEWELiL. — Rev. Walter Kitchen, pastor; No pastor last year; Etta Shoemaker, 
clerk, Begota, 111. Meinbership, 60. Contributed to pastoral service, $150.00; 
Foreign Missions, $1.97; all other purposes, $3.00. 

Sunday-school — Dolly Gass, superintendent, "VVinterrowd, 111.; Lutta Baker, 
secretary, Wheeler, 111. 

HUIVT CITY — Rev. C. A. Duncon, pastor; Rev. J. E. Fry was pastor last year; 
Augusta Harrison, clerk. Hunt, 111. Membership, 66. Church building valued 
at $1,500.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $165.00; Foreign Missions, $12.42; 
Home Missions, $2.00. 

Sunday-school — E. W. Turnipseed, superintendent. Hunt, 111.; Pearl Ruther- 
man, secretary, Hunt, 111. Enrollment, 44; average attendance, 25. 

LiAMOTTE — Rev. John H. Harper, pastor; Rev. R. J. Ellis was pastor last year; 
Dean Jordan, clerk, Palestine, 111. Membership, 87. Church building valued 
at $1,200.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $500.00; American Christian 
Convention, $6.86; Foreign Missions, $9.27; Home Missions, $30.00; all other 
purposes, $2.45. 

Sunday-school — N. F. Goodwin, superintendent, Palestine, 111.; Fern Jordan, 
secretary, Palestine, 111. Enrollment, 75; average attendance, 47. 

LIBERTY — Rev. Ed. Borah, pastor; Rev. Ed Borah was pastor last year; Ethel 
Rule, clerk. Noble, 111. Membership, 38. One-fourth time preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $240.00. 

Sunday-school — Albert Dungon, superintendent, Noble, 111.; William Hughes, 
secretary. Noble, 111. Average attendance, 22. 

MT. GILEAD — Rev. W. H. Zenor, pastor; Rev. W. H. Zenor was pastor last year; 
W. J. Phillipi, clerk, Olney, 111. Membership, 148. Church building valued at 
$900.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $500.00; American Christian Con- 
vention, $6.33; Foreign Missions, $11.00; Home Missions, $11.33; Education, 
$4.01; all other purposes, $105.63. 

Sunday-school — H. Haltz, superintendent, Olney, 111.; Mary B. Haltz, secre- 
tary, Olney, 111. Enrollment, 125; average attendance, 70. Contributed to 
Sunday-school Department, $6.33; all other purposes, $28.94. 

MT. OLIVE — No pastor; Rev. Walter Fasnacht was pastor last year; R. E. Melton, 
clerk, Casey, 111. Contributed to pastoral service, $125.00. 

Sunday-school — (1921 — Laura Ramsey, superintendent, Martinsville, 111.; R. E. 
Melton, secretary, Casey, 111. Enrollment, 35; average attendance, 42. 

MT. ZION — No pastor; Rev. S. Price -was pastor last year; Ira Roan, clerk, Green- 
up, 111. Membership, 124. Church building valued at $800.00. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $240.00; Foreign Missions, $5.00; Home Missions, $7.50; Edu- 
cation, $2.80; all other purposes. $22.57. 

Sunday-school — J. Torbit, superintendent, Greenup, 111.; Russel Timmons, sec- 
retary, Greenup, 111. Enrollment, 72; average attendance, 59. Contributed to 
Sunday-school Department, $1.35; all other purposes, $2.45. 

.\EW HOPE — (No report.) 

Sunday-school — Cleveland Cesney, superintendent, Greenup, 111.; Marie Gabel, 
secretary, Greenup, 111. Enrollment, 30; average attendance, 20. 

XEWTON — Rev. R. J. Ellis, pastor; No pastor last year; Harvey Colter, clerk, 

Newton, 111. Membership, 180. Church building valued at $6,000.00. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $122.91. 

Sunday-school — J. W. Needham, superintendent, Newton, 111.; Nellie Ping, 



THECHRISTIANANNUAL 205 

secretary, Newton, 111. Enrollment, 155; average attendance, 77. Contributed 
to Sunday-school Department, $5.00; all other purposes, $36.29. 
Chri!«tian Endeavor — Miss Nellie Ping-, president, Newton, 111.; Albert Need- 
lean, corresponding secretary, Newton, 111. Members — active, 44. 

OliNEY — Rev. A. O. Jacob, pastor; Rev. A. O. Jacob was pastor last year; Mrs. 
Lafe Nelson, clerk, Olney, 111. Membership, 90. Church building valued at 
$12,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,000.00; 
American Christian Convention, $11.99; Foreign Missions, $22.00; Home Mis- 
sions, $37.65; Education, $6.65; all other purposes, $106.00. 

Snnday-sehowl — (1921) — George Stage, superintendent, W. Butler St., Olney, 
111.; Amy Fletcher, secretary, W. Cherry St., Olney, 111. 

Christian Endeavor — Ora Price, president, Olney, 111. Members — active, 20; 
associate, 10; total, 30. 

PLEASANT VALLEY — Rev. Walter Kitchen, pastor; Rev. S. Price was pastor last 
year; W. E. Sloan, clerk, Willow Hill, 111. Membership, 68. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $240.00; Foreign Missions, $7.48; Education, $2.80. 
Sunday-school — John Sloan, superintendent. Oblong, 111.; Blanche Perkins, 
secretary. Oblong, 111. Enrollment, 50; average attendance, 30. 

PLEASANT VIE\%' — Rev. S. Price, pastor; Rev. S. Price was pastor last year; 
Oma Hughes, clerk. Flat Rock, 111. Membership, 89. Church building valued 
at $11,000.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $550.00; American Christian 
Convention, $10.00; Foreign Missions, $15.00; Home Missions, $15.00; Educa- 
tion, $10.00; all other purposes, $2.00. 

Sunday-s'chool — John C. Chiddix, superintendent, Palestine, 111.; Emma P. 
Shaw, secretary, Palestine, 111. Enrollment, 79; average attendance, 46. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $20.25. 

Christian Endeavor — Emerson Forte, president, Palestine, 111.; Goldie Kincaid, 
corresponding secretary, Palestine. 111. Members — active, 34. 

PORTERVILLE — Rev. Levi J. Carter, pastor; Rev. Levi J. Carter was pastor last 
year; Mrs. Rhea Rhodes, clerk, Eaton, 111. Membership, 121. Church building 
valued at $1,600.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $600.00; American Chris- 
tian Convention, $7.50; Foreign Missions, $30.00; Home Missions, $30.00; 
Education, $7.50; all other- purposes, $36.64. 

Sunday-.seliool — L. A. Rhodes, superintendent, Eaton, 111.; Mary Conley, secre- 
tary, Eaton, 111. Enrollment, 162; average attendance, 97. Contributed to 
Sunday-school Department, $10.00. 

RAFETOWN — Rev. "W. Fasnacht, pastor; Rev. W. Fasnacht was pastor last year; 
Bessie Pifer, clerk. West Liberty, 111. Membership, 35. Church building 
valued at $1,200.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $150.00; Foreign Missions, $2.75; all other purposes, $10.49. 
Sunday-school — (1921) — Lewis Burgener, superintendent, Dundas, 111.; Jennie 
Baker, secretary, Dundas, 111. Enrollment, 37; average attendance, 20. 

SHILOH — Rev. R. J. Ellis, pastor; Rev. Dan Lingafelter was pastor last year; 
Vaina Yount, clerk. Willow Hill, 111. Quarterly preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $100.00. 

Sunday-school — C. Cooper, superintendent. Willow Hill, 111.; Elizabeth Linga- 
felter, secretary. Willow Hill, 111. Enrollment, 62; average attendance, 20. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $5.59. 

SOUTH BEND — Rev. Ed. Borah, pastor; Rev. J. M. Carmean was pastor last year; 
Ervin L. Graham, clerk. Oblong, 111. Church building valued at $800.00. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $150.00; Foreign Missions, $6.50; Home Missions, 
$4.75; all other purposes, $53.31. 

Sunday-school^Ervin L. Graham, superintendent, Oblong, 111.; Lola Rugel, 
secretary. West Liberty, 111. Enrollment, 51; average attendance, 37. 

SUGAR CREEK — Rev. F. G. Bell, pastor; No pastor last year; Mrs. L. Betebemer, 
clerk, Olney, 111. Membership, 77. Church building valued at $1,200.00. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $120.00; Home Missions, $9.00. 

Sunday-school — C. C. Bowen, superintendent, Olney, 111.; Lula Watkins, sec- 
retary, Olney, 111. Enrollment, 50; average attendance, 41. 

SUMNER — No pastor; Rev. John Harper was pastor last year; Mary A. Stoltz, 
clei'k, Sumner, 111. Membership, 127. Church building valued at $1,000.00. 
One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $600.00; American 
Christian Convention, $7.05; Foreign Missions, $38.00; Home Missions, $22.50; 
Education, $8.50; all other purposes, $200.25.' 

Sunday-school — C. T. E. Hagerman, superintendent, Sumner, 111.; Iris O. Os- 
bern, secretary, Sumner, 111. Enrollment, 133; average attendance, 62. Con- 
tributed to Sunday-school Department, $2.00; all other purposes, $37.82. 



206 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

Christian Endeavor — Moyorie Harbough, president, Sumner, 111.; Corene Laws, 
corresponding- secietary, Sumner, 111. 

TRIMBLE — No pastor; Rev. R. J. Ellis was pastor last year; Mrs. J. D. Trimble, 
clerk, Trimble, 111. Membership, 185. Church building valued at $1,800.00. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $2.50.00; American Christian Convention, $7.30; 
Foreign Missions, $6.15; Home Missions, $6.15. 

Sunday-school — Justian King, superintendent, Trimble, 111.; Helen Correll, 
secretary, Trimble, 111. Enrollment, 106; average attendance, 67. 
Christian Endeavor — Elsie Correll, president, Trimble, 111.; Ruth Wood, cor- 
responding secretary, Trimble, 111. Members — active, 31. 

WHITE OAK — Rev. Otto Crandal, pastor; Rev. Otto Crandal was pastor last year; 
Carl Bradbury, clerk. Oblong, 111. Membership, 102. Church building valued 
at $1,500.00. Quarterly preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $340.00; 
American Christian Convention, $6.40; Education, $4.00; all other purposes, 
$9.00. 

Sundny-Nchool — Pearl Boyd, superintendent. Oblong, 111.; Bessie Baker, sec- 
retary. Oblong, 111. Enrollment, 124 (1921); average attendance, 35. 

WI1.L.OW PRAIRIE — No pastor; Rev. H. D. Catt was pastor last year; Miss Cora 
Shunk, clerk, Annapolis, 111. Membership, 60. Church building valued at 
$1,600.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $195.00; all other purposes, $10.00. 
Sunday-school — Louis Spaungh, superintendent, Annapolis, 111.; Davis Bylew, 
secretary, Annapolis, 111. Enrollment, 112; average attendance, 54. Con- 
tributed to Sunday-school Department, $10.00. 

WIIVTERROWD — Rev. C. N. Mahan, pastor; Rev. C. N. Mahan was pastor last 
year; Clara Mahaney, clerk, Winterrowd, 111. Membership, 43. Church build- 
ing valued at .$1,800.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $165.00; American Christian Convention, $1.19; Home Missions, $1.74; 
all other purposes, $15.00. 

Sunday-school — P. W. Stroud, superintendent, Dieterich, 111.; Losia Flinn, 
secretary, Winterrowd, 111. Enrollment, 32; average attendance, 25. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 21; Licentiates, 1; Churches, 32; Membership, 
2,578. Contributions: Pastoral service, $8,833.88; American Christian Conven- 
tion, $75.58; Education, $71.26: Foreign Missions, $216.76; Home Missions, 
$221.60: all other purposes, $1,224.95. Sunday-schools, 33; Enrollment, 2,252; 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $49.95. Christian Endeavor So- 
cieties, 7; Membership, 236. Total contributions reported, $10,693.98. Con- 
ference offering to American Christian Convention, $10.85. 

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 

(Reported by Secretary Reeves) 

Session of 1921 — Hickory Grove. 
Session of 1922 — Fairview. 

Officers — Rev. Geo. W. Doolin, Murphysboro, 111. — President. 
Rev. S. L. Grissom, Pa.mona, 111. — Vice-President. 
Cy Reeves, Murphysboro, 111. — Secretary. 
J. W. V. Fly, Makanda, 111. — Treasurer. 

Trustees — Wm. J. Damron, E. A. Brooks, Will Jackson. 

Mission Board — J. W. Mann, Chas. Anderson, A. H. Brooks, W. J. Damron, E. A. 
Brooks. 

Ministers — Hiller, Geo. W., Carbondale, 111. 

Brooks, J. T., 513 W. Nill St., Carbondale, 111. Jones, Thomas A. Goreville, HI. 

Brooks, M. C.. Murphysboro. 111. Moran, J. W., Gorham, 111. 

Bryan, W. J.. Gorham, 111. S^^^^l^'' itlTf 'r.^'"'*^n 'tii 

Burrcighs. F. A.. Carterville, 111. Roberts, Ethel, Goreville 111. 

Crowell, Will, Carbondale, 111. ?t ? "''o/°^^' ^^^M„^i;^=K«rn Til 

Doolin. Geo. W., Murphysboro, 111. Underwood, Charles, Murphysboro. 111. 

Ferrell, C. A.. Murphysboro, 111. Licentiates — 

Fusion, William, Herrin, 111. Williams, E. M., Carbondale, 111. 

Grissom, S. L., Pomona, 111. Jackson, Will, Pomona, 111. 

Church, Pastor, Clerk, Offerings, Organisations 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

DRURY — Rev. J. T. Brooks, pastor; Rev. J. T. Brooks was pastor last year; T. N. 
Martin, clerk, Carbondale, 111. Membership, 90. Received last year, 16. Church 



THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 207 

building- valued at $800.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed to pas- 
toral service, $300.00; all other purposes, $150.00. 

Sunday-school^ — Hxigh Chapman, superintendent, Carbondale, 111.; Lulu Bain, 
secretary, Carbondale, 111. Enrollment, 60; average attendance, 45. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $29.42. 

Christian Endeavor — Tomas Phillips, president, Carbondale, 111.; Hettie Fore, 
corresponding secretary, Carbondale, 111. Members, 30. 

EICHORN — Rev. W. J. Bryan, pastor; Rev. W. J. Bryan w^as pastor last year; 
Lillie Mason, clerk, Golconda, III. Membership, 15. Received last year. 1. 
Church building valued at $1,000.00. One-fourth time preaching. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 

FAIRVIEW — Rev. T. A. Jones, pastor; Rev. T. A. Jones w^as pastor last year; 
Hugh Dixon, clerk, Pomona, 111. Membership, 20. One-fourth time preach- 
ing. Contributed to pastoral service, $72.00. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 

HICKORY GROVE — Rev. Geo. W. Doolin, pastor; Rev. W. M. Crowell w^as pastor 
last year; Delia Nolte, clerk, Marion, 111. Membership, 53. Received last year, 
3. Church building valued at $1,000.00. One-fourth time preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $123.00; all other purposes, $75.00. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 

LITTLE CRABORCHARD — Rev. Geo. W. Doolin, pastor; Rev. J. T. Brooks was 
pastor last year; Nora Brewer, clerk, Carbondale, 111. Membership, 56. Re- 
ceived last year, 14. Church building valued at $1,800.00. One-fourth time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $150.00; Home Missions, $4.00; 
all other purposes, $103.00. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 

MT. CAN A — (No report.) 

MT. CARBON — Rev. T. B. Durham, pastor; Rev. Geo. W. Doolin was. pastor last 
year; Laura Doolin, clerk, Murphysboro, 111. Membership, 30. Church build- 
ing valued at $2,500.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $240.00. 

Sunday-school — Salina Irwin, superintendent, Murphysboro, HI.; Joseph 
Doolin, secretary, Murphysboro, 111. Enrollment, 50; average attendance, 35. 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $3.50; all other purposes, $60.00. 

MT, PLEASANT — Rev. J. W. Moran, pastor; Rev. J. TV. Moran was pastor last 
year; Settle C. Norton, clerk, Pomona, III. Membership, 50. Received last 
year, 4. Church building valued at $1,500.00. One-fourth time preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $125.00. 

Sunday-school — L. Johnson, superintendent, Pomona, 111.; Iva Jackson, secre- 
tary, Pomona, III. Enrollment, 57; average attendance, 30. Contributed to 
all other purposes, $33.36. 

NEW FELLOWSHIP — Gertie Pierce, clerk, Goreville, III. 

NEW LIBERTY — Rev. F. A. Burroughs, pastor; Rev. F. A. Burroughs was pastor 
last year; J. W. V. Fly, clerk, Makanda, 111. Membership, 122. Church build- 
ing valued at $1,500.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $120.00; all other purposes, $18.30. 

Sunday-school — W. M. J. Damron, superintendent, Makanda, HI.; Leta Culp, 
secretary, Makanda,- 111. Enrollment, 34; average attendance, 18. Contributed 
to all other purposes, $4.95. 

OAK GROVE — No pastor; Rev. T. B. Durham was pastor last year; D. C. Hopkins, 
clerk, Carterville, 111. Membership, 16. Received last year, 5. Church build- 
ing valued at $1,000.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $60.00; all other purposes, $25.57. 

Sunday-school — C. M. Edwards, superintendent, Carterville, III.; Ruth Chlttey, 
secretary, Carterville, 111. Enrollment, 40; average attendance, 30. 

UNION HILL — Rev. G. W. Hiller, pastor; Rev. J. T. Brooks was pastor last year; 
Fred Gregory, clerk, Carbondale, 111. Membership, 53. Received last year, 3. 
Church building valued at $1,200.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $137.50; Foreign Missions, $2.00; Home Missions, $173.00- 
Education, $1.00; all other purposes, $201.30. 

Sunday-school — William Holder, superintendent, Carbondale, III.; Ray Holder, 
secretary, Carbondale, 111. Enrollment, 50; average attendance, 46. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $32.37. 
Christian Endeavor — (No report.) 



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THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 



$200.00; American Christian Convention, $2.00. 

Sunday-school^ — Loyd Gerner, superintendent, Cobden, 111.; Bertie Casper, 

secretary, Cobden, 111. Enrollment, 25; average attendance, 25. 

Christian Endeavor — (No report.) 

Ladies' Aid Society — (No report.) 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 16; Licentiates, 2; Churches, 13; Membership, 607. 
Contributions: Pastoral service, $1,527.50; American Christian Convention, 
$2.00; Education, $1.00; Foreign Missions, $2.00; Home Missions, $5.73; all 
other purposes, $573.17. Sunday-schools, 11; Enrollment, 336. Contributed to 
Sunday-school Department, $3.50. Christian Endeavor Societies, 3; Member- 
ship. 30. Total contributions reported, $2,114.90. 



WESTERN ILLINOIS 

(Reported by Secretary Hart) 

Session of 1921 — Industry, Illinois. 
Session of 1922 — Olive Chapel, Illinois. 

Officers — P. C. Wright, Fiatt, Illinois — President. 
A. Li. Wingate, Avon, Illinois — Vice-President. 
Roy Hart, Marietta, Illinois — Secretary. 
Nela Lincoln, Avon, Illinois — Treasurer. 

Department Secretaries — Lee Wingate, Avon, Illinois — Missions. 
Flora A. Orwig, Marietta, Illinois — Sunday-schools. 
Robert Rubart, Avon, Illinois — Christian Endeavor. 
Rev. John A. Stover, Avon, Illinois — Education. 
Rev. L. M. Leavitt, Smithfield, Illinois — Publication. 

Trustees — L. D. W^ilhelm, Industry, 111.; E. C. Little, Smithfield, 111.; James A. Lock, 
Fiat, 111. 



Ministers^ — 

Allen, Geo. W., Englewood, Colo. 
Ashby, Robinson, Lewistown, 111. 
Atchison, L. B.. Roseville, 111. 
Irons. George W., Randall, 111. 
Leavitt, L. M., Smithfield, 111. 



Stover, John A., Avon, 111. 
Winter, H. Vernon, Mound Valley, Kan. 
Licentiates — 
Hart, Roy, Marietta, 111. 
Winter, Mrs. Eva M., Mound Valley, Kan. 



Church, Pastor, Clerk, Offerings, Organizations 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

ANTIOCH — Rev. Roy Hart, pastor: Rev. Robison Ashby was pastor last year; Mrs. 
Rachel Little, cleric, Smithfield, 111. Membership, 32. Church building valued 
at $1,000.00. Contributed to pastoral service. $250.00; American Christian 
Convention, $2.00. 

Sunday-school — Mrs. E. C. Little, superintendent, Smithfield, 111.; Miss Edith 
Little, secretary, Smithfield, 111. Enrollment, 50; average attendance, 35. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $24.00. 

FIATT No pastor; Rev. J. E. Shawgo was pastor last year; P. C. Wright, clerk, 

Fiatt, 111. Membership, 88. Church building valued at $2,000.00. Parsonage 
valued at $1,500.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $275.00; American Chris- 
tian Convention, $5.00; Education, $5.00; all purposes, $552.98. 
Sunday-.school — Dr. W. B. Gray, superintendent, Fiatt, 111.; Marion Gray, sec- 
retary' Fiatt, 111. Enrollment, 70; average attendance, 45. Contributed to 
all other purposes, $124.55. 

INDUSTRY — No pastor; Rev. H. V. Winter was pastor last year; Miss Lucinda 
Teets, clerk. Industry, 111. Membership, 75. Church building valued at 
$6,000.00. Parsonage valued at $1,500.00. Full time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $800.00; American Christian Convention, $4.85; Foreign 
Missions, $4.00; Home Missions, $2.85; Education, $15.10; all purposes, $1,500.76. 
Sunday-school — Louis E. Flack, superintendent. Industry, 111.; Helen Mat- 
thews, secretary, Industry, 111. Enrollment, 44; avei-age attendance, 22. Con- 
tributed to all purposes, $96.55. 

LEWISTOWN — Rev. S. N. Brady (Baptist), pastor; Rev. S. N. Brady was pastor 
last year; Mrs. Serepta Smith, clerk, Lewistown, 111. Membership, 43. One- 
half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $200.00; all other 
purposes, $50.00. 



THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 209 

Sunilny-seliool — Irwin Shawgo, superintendent, Lewistown, 111.; Viola Shawg-o, 
secretary, Lewistown, 111. Enrollment, 40; average attendance, 25. Con- 
tributed to all purposes, ,$18.00. 

MARIETTA — Rev. Roy Hart, pastor; Rev. Robinson Ashby was pastor last year; 
Mrs. Flora Orwig-. clerk, Marietta, 111. Membership, 109. Church building 
valued at $1;, 000. GO. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral ser- 
vice, $500.00; Foreign Missions, $5.00; Home Missions, $5.30; all purposes, 
$797.28. 

Sun(laj-.school — Paul Bonnett, superintendent, Marietta, 111.; ISIasa Brush, 
seci'etary. Marietta, 111. Enrollment, 50; average attendance, 35. Con- 
tributed to all purposes, $40.00. 

nJOUlVI) C-HAPEIi — No pastor; Rev. George W. Allen was pastor last year; Mrs. 
Rachel Gi-aham, clerk, Havana, 111. Membership, 43. Church building- valued 
at $1,500.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$100.00; Foreig-n Missions, $2.09; Home Missions, $5.51; all purposes, $150.00. 
Sunday-school — C. A. Pomeroy, superintendent, Havana, 111.; Mrs. Blanch 
Fontch, secretary, Lewistown, 111. Enrollment, 30; average attendance, 20. 
Contributed to all purposes, $21.73. 

OLIVE — Rev. John A. Stover, pastor; Rev. John A. Stover was pastor last year; 
Robert Rubart, clerk, Avon, 111. Membership, 93. Church building valued at 
$6,000.00. Parsonage valued at $3,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $1,000.00; American Christian Convention. $12.18; Foreign 
Missions, $16.58; Home Missions, $20.25; Education, $4.63; all purposes, 
$2,381.41. 

Sunday-school — Robert P^ubart, superintendent, Avon, 111.; Alonzo Crabill, 
secretary, Avon, 111. Enrollment, 100; average attendance, 45. Contributed 
to Sunday-school Department, $2.00; all other purposes, $10.00; total amount, 
$92.00. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 7; Licentiates, 2; Churches, 7; Membership, 483. 
Contributions: Pastoral service, $3,125.00; American Christian Convention, 
$24.03; Education, $24.73; Foreign Missions, $27.67; Home Missions, $33.91; 
all other purposes, $5,432.43. Sunday-schools. 7; Enrollment, 384. Contrbiuted 
to Sunday-school Department, $2.00. Total contributions reported, $8,670.04. 

Western Group 

CENTRAL IOWA 

(Reported by Secretary Speas) 

Session of 1921 — Barnes City. 

Officers — J. W. Piper, Legrand, Iowa — President. 

E. F. Saunders, Montezuma, Iowa — Vice-President. 

Sarah Keese, Gilman, Iowa — Secretary. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Hudson, Montezuma, Iowa — Treasurer. 

Department Secretaries — Sarah M. Piper, Legrand, Iowa — Education. 
Mrs. Sarah Keese, Gilman, Iowa, R. R. — Missions. 
Miss Vessie Keese, Gilman, Iowa, R. R. — Christian Endeavor. 
Ruth Speas, Gilman, Iowa — Sunday-schools. 
Rev. Fred Cooper, demons, Iowa — Publications. 

Trustees — Fred Van Metre, demons, Iowa, R. R., 1922; I. T. Allen, Montezuma, 
Iowa, R. R.. 1923: E. A. McClure. Barnes City, 1924. 

Ministers — Piper, Sarah M., Legrand, Iowa. 

Burdine, W. E., Montezuma, Iowa. J!'*^'"^^ ^ ^,Z Legrand, Iowa. 

Cooper, Fred, Albany, Mo. Shult, P. E., Montour. Iowa. 
Piper, J. W., Legrand, Iowa. 

Church, Pastor, Clerk, OiTerlngrs, Organizations 

(OfCering-s October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

BARNES CITV — No pastor; Revs. E. Rhodes and D. Bowman were pastors last 
year; Stella Barnes, clerk, Barnes City, Iowa. Membership, 103. Received 
last year, 8. Church building valued at $3,000.00. Parsonag-e valued at 
$2,500.00. Full time preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,025.00; 
Foreign Missions, $8.40; Home Missions, $8.45; Relief, $16.00; all other pur- 
poses, $763.30. 



210 THECHRISTIANANNUAL 

Sunday-school — Mrs. Gertie Wilson, superintendent, Barnes City, Iowa; Mrs. 
Alice McClure, secretary, Barnes City, Iowa. Enrollment, 225; average attend- 
ance, 150. Contributed to all other purposes, $127.11. 

CLEMONS — No pastor; Revs. Fred Cooper and Leland Spaulding- were pastors last 
year; Theodore Helmcke, clerk, demons, Iowa. Membership, 175. Church 
building valued a^t $10,000.00. Parsonage valued at $2,000.00. Full time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,400.00; American Christian 
Convention, $25.00; Foreign Missions, $41.32; Home Missions, $50.00; Educa- 
tion, $17.50; all other purposes, $188.40. 

Sanday-school — W. E. Ross, superintendent, Clemons, Iowa; Lucy Ross, secre- 
tary, demons, Iowa. Enrollment, 96; average attendance, 70. Contributed 
to all other purposes, $184.89. 

FERGUSON — No pastor; Revs. R. M. Seely and N. E. Burdine were pastors last 
year; Ruth Speas. clerk, Gilman, Iowa. Membership, 144. Received last year, 
10. Church building valued at $1,500.00. One-half time preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $475.00; American Christian Convention, $3.00; 
Foreign Missions, $16.05; Home Missions, $20.00; Relief, $26.47. 
Sunday-school — Frank Crouse, superintendent, Marshalltown, R. R,; Mrs. 
Maude Idso, secretary, Ferguson, Iowa. Enrollment, 232; average attendance, 
65. Contributed to all other purposes. $25.00. 

FOREST HOME — Rev. W. E. Burdine. pastor; Rev. W. E. Burdine was pastor 
last year; Minnie Allen, clerk, Montezuma, Iowa. Membership, 113. Church 
building valued at $3,300.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pas- 
toral service, $259.00; American Christian Convention, $4.80; Foreign Missions, 
$9,95; Home Missions, $14.51; Education, $4.85. 

Sanday-school^ — Mr. E. L. Jackson, superintendent, Montezuma, Iowa; Fa/e 
Hildebrand, secretary, Montezuma, Iowa. Average attendance, 25. 

liEGRANl) — Rev. R. W. Pittman, pastor; Rev. R. W. Pittman was pastor last year; 
Mrs. Rosa Richards, clerk, Legrand, Iowa. Membership, 74. Received last 
year, 2. Church building valued at $12,000.00. Parsonage valued at $1,500.00. 
Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,000.00; Foreign Mis- 
sions, $31.61; Home Missions, $12.50; all other purposes, $251.50. 
Sunday-school — Mrs. Grace Collar, superintendent, Legrand, Iowa; H. C. 
Herbert, secretary, Legrand, Iowa. Enrollment, 78; average attendance, 58. 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $3.00; all other purposes, $81.34. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 6; Churches, 5; Membership, 609. Contributions: 
Pastoral service, $4,150.00; American Christian Convention, $32.80; Education, 
$22.35; Foreign Missions, $107.33; Home Missions, $105.46; Relief, $42.47; all 
other purposes, $1,203.20. Sunday-schools, 5; Enrollment, 631. Contributed 
to Sunday-school Department, $3.00. Total contributions reported, $5,666.61. 
Conference offering to American Christian Convention, $15.00. 

NORTH MISSOURI 

Session of 1921 — Indian Grove, Chariton County, Missouri, September 15. 
Session of 1922 — Pleasant Hill, Grundy County, Missouri, September 7. 

Officers — C. M. DeWeese, Brunswick, Mo. — President. 
J. "W. Goodbar, DeWitt, Mo, — Vice President. 
Carter DeWeese, Mendon, Mo. — Secretary. 
J. W. Goodbar, DeWitt, Mo. — Treasurer. 

Department Secretaries — Miss Mabel Moore. Brunswick, Mo. — Sunday-schools. 
Ananias Heckman, Nodaway, Mo. — Christian Endeavor. 

Ministers — Perry, H., Miami, Mo. 

DeWeese, Carter, Mendon, Mo. Webster, C. W.. Gait, Mo. 

Sweet, T. B., 3428 Smart Ave., Kansas City, Liicentiates — 

Missouri. DeWeese, C. M., Brunswick, Mo. 

Smith, Alice D., Greenwood, Mo. Goodbar, J. W., DeWitt, Mo. 

Showalter, C. M. C., Kansas City, Mo. Graham, John, Nodaway, Mo. 

Church, Pastor, Clerk, Offerings, Organizations 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

BETHLEHEM — Rev. C. M. DeWeese, pastor; Rev. Carter DeWeese was paster 
last year; W. I. Latham, clerk, Wakenda, Mo. Membership, 53. Received 
last year, 4. Church building valued at $1,000.00 One-fourth time preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $88.80; Foreign Missions, $8.80; Home Mis- 
sions. $2.65; all other purposes, $31.00. 
Sunday-school — A. W. Erotherton, superintendent, Wakenda, Mo.; W. I. 



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Latham, secretary, Wakenda, Mo. Enrollment, 30; average attendance, 20. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $12.00. 

INDIAN GROA'E — Rev. A. P. Hurst, pastor; Rev. Carter DeWeese was pastor last 
year; J. T. May. clerk, Mendon, Mo. IMembership, 94. Church building- valued 
at $1,200.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$80.00; Foreign Missions, $17.60; Home Missions, $14.01; Education, $13.52; 
all other purposes, $70.00. 

Sunday-sebool — C. M. DeWeese, superintendent, Brunswick, Mo.; Miss Mabel 
Moore, secretary, Brunswick, Mo. Enrollment, 35; average attendance, 22. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $14.49. 

LiONG BRANCH — Rev. C. M. DeWeese, pastor; No pastor last year; Mrs. M. O. 
Johnson, clerk, Keytesville, Mo. Membership, 18. One-fourth time preaching. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $44.00 for revival meeting. 

MONARCH — Rev. T. B. Sweet, pastor; Rev. T. B. Sweet was pastor last year; 
Mrs. Tom Hughes, clerk, Oregon, Mo. Membership, 84. One-fourth time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $303.90; American Christian Con- 
vention, $3.00; Foreign Missions, $25.66; all other purposes, $6.21. 
Sunday-school — Ananias Heckman, superintendent, Oregon, Mo.; Iva S. Shank, 
secretary, Oregon, Mo. Enrollment, 100. Contributed to all other purposes, 
$28.51. 

NODAWAY — Rev. T. B. Sweet, pastor; Rev. T. B. Sweet was pastor last year; Mrs. 
Lillian Smith, clerk, Nodaway, Mo. Membership, 100. Church building valued 
at $1,200.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$119.82; all other purposes, $12.50. 

Sunday-.school — All. Paxton, superintendent, Nodaway, Mo.; Ann Corn, 
secretaiT, Nodaway, Mo. Enrollment, 50; average attendance, 35. 

PLEASANT HILL. — Rev. T. B. Sweet, pastor; Rev. T. B. Sweet was pastor last 
year; Mrs. Addie Craig, clerk. Gait, Mo. Membership, 57. One-fourth time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $174.15; American Christian Con- 
vention, $4.00; all other purposes, $49.32. 

Sunday-school — T. Flagg, superintendent, Trenton, Mo.; Verna Shaney, sec- 
retary, Gait, Mo. Enrollment, 40; average attendance, 33. Contributed to 
all other purposes, $12.10. 

PLEASANT VALLEY — Rev. A. P. Hurst, pastor; Rev. Carter DeWeese was pastor 
last year; Fred Pennington, clerk, DeWitt, Mo. Membership, 46. Church 
building valued at $800.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $108.55; Foreign Missions, $1.25; Home Missions, $1.35; Edu- 
cation, $1.25; all other purposes, $11.57. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 6; Licentiates, 3; Churches, 7; Membership, 452. 
Contributions: Pastoral service, $875.22; American Christian Convention, $7.00; 
Education, $14.77; Foreign Missions, $53.31; Home Missions, $18.00; all other 
purposes, $224.60. Sunday-schools, 6; Enrollment, 255. Total contributions 
reported, $1,192.90. Conference offering to American Christian Convention, 
$19.88. 

OSAGE (EASTERN DIVISION) 

(Reported by Secretary Woody) 

Session of 1921 — 
Session of 1922 — 

OfBcers — Rev. C. M. Sooter, Iberia, Mo. — President. 
Madison Bear, Tuscumbia, Mo. — Vice-President. 
Fred A. Woody, Meta, Mo. — Secretary. 

Ministers— Sooter, C. M., Iberia, Mo. 

Bamhart, J. D., Tuscumbia, Mo. Sooter, W. M., Iberia, Mo. 

Seaton, Ben., Meta, Mo. 

Church, Pastor, Clerk, Offerings, OrganuEations 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1. 1921) 

FAIRVIEW — Rev. C. M. Sooter. pastor; Rev. C. M. Sooter was pastor last year; 
J. M. Hensley, clerk, Iberia, Mo. Membership, 132. Received la«t year, 1. 
Church building valued at $1,000.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $100.00. 

HUMPHREYS CREEK — Rev. C. M. Sooter, pastor; Rev. C. M. Sooter was pastor 
last year; W. D. McGriff, clerk. Brays, Mo. Membership, 113. Received last 



212 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

yesiv, 2. Church building valued at $1,000.00. One-fourth time preaching-. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $115.83. 

IBERIA — No pastor; Rev. C. M. Sooter was pastor last year; Melvin Perkins, 

clerk, Iberia, Mo. Membership, 52. Received last year, 3. Church building 

valued at $1,000.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $100.00; all other purposes, $3.10. 

lilTTLE TAVERN — No pastor; Rev. .7. W. Garrett was pastor last year; W. J. 
Healey, clerk, Dixon, Mo. Membership, 131. Received last year, 10. Church 
building valued at $500.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $257.35; all other purposes, $2.50. 

MT. ETNA — Rev. C. M. Sooter, pastor; Revs. C. M. Sooter and J. W. Garrett were 
pastors last year; J. J. Woody, clerk, Aleta, Mo. Membership, 221. Church 
building valued at $3,000.00. Three-fourths time preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $442.00; American Christian Convention, $2.31. 

MOUNTAIN VALLEY — No pastor; Rev. J. W. Garrett was pastor last year; Nancy 
Crismon clerk, Meta, Mo. Membership, 41. Received last year, 17. Church 
building valued at $1,000.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $145.81; all other purposes, $4.19. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 

MT ZION Rev. C. M. Sooter, pastoi-; Rev. C. M. Sooter was pastor last year; 

Lucy L.. Starks, clerk, Iberia, Mo. Membership, 150. Received last year, 26. 
Church building valued at $1,200.00. One-fourth time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $128.46; American Christian Convention, $3.50; all other 
purposes, $6.15. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 

SUMMARY Ordained ministers, 4; Churches, 7; Membership, 840. Contributions: 

Pastoral service, $1,289.45; American Christian Convention, $5.81; all other 
purposes, $15.94.' Sunday-schools, 2. Total contributions reported, $1,311.20. 

WESTERN OSAGE 

(Reported by Secretary Swicegood) 

Session of 1921 — Weaubleau, Mo. 
Session of 1922 — Galway, Mo. 

Officers — H. C. Replogle, Gerster, Missouri — President. 
E D. Brown, Weaubleau, Missouri — Vice-President. 
T T. Swicegood, Weaubleau, Missouri — Secretary. 
Mary Replogle, Gerster, Missouri — Assistant Secretary. 

Executive Board — H. C. Replogle, E. D. Brown, T. T. Swicegood, P. Chancellor, 
J. D. Simms. 

Ministers Whitaker, O. B., Weaubleau, Mo. 

Jones, J. E., Wheatland, Mo. 

Simms, J. D., RockviUe, Mo. Licentiate— 

Thomas, F. M., Gerster, Mo. Chajicellor, P., Weaubleau, Mo. 

Church, Pastor, Clerk, OflEerings, Organizations 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

BETHANY No pastor; Rev. J. D. Simms was pastor last year; E. M. Allen, clerk, 

Gerster Mo Membership, 79. Received last year, 3. One-fourth time preach- 
ing. Contributed to pastoral service, $60.00; American Christian Convention, 
$6.20. 

Sunday-school — F. M. Thomas, superintendent, Gerster, Mo.; Iva Daugherty, 
secretary, Gerster, Mo. Enrollment, 32; average attendance, 26. 

GALWAY (1921) — Rev. J. E. Jones, pastor; Rev. J. E. Jones was pastor last year; 

John R. Kelley, clerk, Wheatland, Mo. Membership, 49. 

UNION HILL — No pastor; Rev. J. D. Simms was pastor last^year; Stella Morton, 
clerk, Weaubleau, Mo. Membership, 32. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$44.50. 

WEAUBLEAU Rev. O. B. Whitaker. pastor; Rev. O. B. Whitaker was pastor 

last year; Patrick Chancellor, clerk, Weaubleau, Mo. Membership, 120. Re- 
ceived last year, 35. Church building valued at $8,000.00. One-half time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $480.00. 



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213 



Sunday-school — S. D. Hunt, superintendent. Weaubleau, ^lo. ; Opal Shockley, 
secietaiy, Weaubleau, Mo. Enrollment, 60; average attendance, 45. 
Christian Kiicleavor — Dee Blair, president, Weaubleau, Mo.; T. H. Whitaker, 
corresponding- secretary, Weaubleau, Mo. Members — active, 40. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 4; Ijicentiates, 1; Churches, 4; Membership, 280. 
Contributions: Pastoral service, $584.50; American Christian Convention, $6.20. 
Sunday-schools, 2; Enrollment, 92. Christian Endeavor Societies, 1; Member- 
ship, 40. Total contributions reported, $590.70. 

UNION IOWA 

(Reported by Secretary Kyle) 

Session of 1921 — August 24-28, Bethlehem Church, near Eldon, Iowa. 
Session of 1922 — Call of Executive Board. 

Officers — F. N. Slocum, Baring, Mo. — President. 

Rev. C. C. Callahan, Alba-ny, Mo. — Vice-President. 
John J. Kyle, Perlee, Iowa — Secretary. 
Mrs. Emma Boyce, Letts, Iowa — Treasurer. 

Department Secretaries — Rev. F. H'. Willey, Fairfield, Iowa — Education. 
Rev. D. M. Helfenstein, Keokuk, Iowa — Publications. 
F. N. Slocum, Baring, Mo. — ^Missions. 
Mrs. Fanny Harvey, Letts, Iowa — Sunday-schools. 
O. A. Harvey, Letts, Iowa — Christian Endeavor. 
Mrs. Emma Boyce, Letts, Iowa — Finance and Statistics. 

Trustees — For two years, L. R. Hutton, Hedrick, Iowa; for one year, Frank Han- 
kins, Cranston, low^a; for three years, W. E. Parker, Selina, Iowa. 

Forward Movement Committee — Rev. D. M. Helfonstein, Keokuk, Iowa — Devotion. 
Rev. Fey H. ^Villei^ Fairfield, Iowa — Evangelism. 
John J. Kyle, Perlee, Iowa — Religious Education. 
C. N. Coder, Letts, Iowa — Missions. 
F. N. Slocum, Baring, Mo. — Benevolence. 



Ministers — 

Callahan, C. C, Albany, Mo. 
Coop, Charles, Fairfield, Iowa. 
Helfenstein, D. M., Keokuk, Iowa. 
Mann, Allen D., Cranston, Iowa. 
Morrow, D. L., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 



Sloan, Charles, Shelby, Ohio, R. R. 4. 
Strange, F. M., Arlington, Kansas. 
Willey, E. H., Orient, Iowa. 
Willey, Fey H., Fairfield, Iowa. 
Wilson, Mrs. Emily, Keokuk, Iowa. 
Humphrey, Verno, Defiance, Ohio. 



Church, Pastor, Clerk, Offerings, Organizations 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

AJTTIOCH — Rev. Fey H. "Willey, pastor; Rev. Fey H. "U'illey was pastor last year; 
A. L. Coop, clerk, Perlee, Iowa. Membership, 126. Church building valued at 
$3,500.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,000.00; 
American Christian Convention, $5.00; Foreign Missions, $35.00; Home Mis- 
sions, $30.00; Education, $5.00; Relief, $50.00. 

Sunday-scliool — Mrs. Sylvia V. Kyle, superintendent, Perlee, Iowa; Beatrice 
Coop, secretary, Fairfield, Iowa. Enrollment, 75; average attendance, 39. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $46.00. 

BARING — No pastor; Rev. A. P. Hurst was pastor last year; Mrs. Thomas Jack- 
son, clerk. Baring-, !Mo. Membership. 100. Received last year. 31. Church 
building valued at $2,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastor- 
al service, $600.00; American Christian Convention, $8.25; Foreign Missions, 
$4.20; Education, $16.00; Relief, $10.03; all other purposes, $186.31. 
Sunday-school — Mrs. J. M. Richardson, superintendent. Baring, Mo.; L. Emma 
Richardson, secretary. Baring, Mo. Enrollment, 36; average attendance, 27. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $53.51. 

BETHLEHEM — Rev. A. D. Mann, pastor; Rev. Leland Spalding was pastor last 
year; H. B. Fite, clerk, Floris, Iowa. Membership, 65. Received last year, 3. 
Church building valued at $2,000.00. Preaching once a month. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $200.00; American Christian Convention, $2.50; Home Mis- 
sions, $3.32; Education, $9.00; all other purposes, $336.70. 

Sunday-school — Mrs. A. Kelso, superintendent, Floris, Iowa: Wilma Fite, secre- 
tarj', Eldon, Iowa, Enrollment, 62; average attendance, 32. Contributed to 
all other purposes, $5.13. 



EBEIVEZER — No pastor; No pastor last year; Hubert Fry, clerk, Fairfield, Iowa. 



214 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

Membership, 80. Church building valued at $1,800.00. Contributed to Foreign 
Missions, $10.00; all other purposes, $74.00. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 

HOPEWELLi — (No report.) Mrs. Belle Hutton, clerk, Hedrick, Iowa. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 
Christian Endeavop^(No report.) 

OAK GROVE — No pastor; Rev. A. D. Mann was pastor last year; O. A. Harvey, 
clerk, Letts, Iowa. Membership, 81. Received last year, 3. Church building 
valued at $2,400.00. Parsonage valued at $l,f)00.00. Full time preaching last 
year. Contributed to pastoral service, $950.00; all other purposes, $130.27. 
Sunday-school — C. N. Coder, superintendent, Letts, Iowa; Opal Coder, secre- 
tary, Letts, Iowa. Enrollment, 100; average attendance, 57. Contributed to 
Sunday-school Department, $2.61; all other purposes, $121.45. 

PLEASANT ridge: — No pastor; Rev. A. P. Hurst was pastor last year; F. N. 
Slocum, clerk, Baring, Mo. Membership, 126. Received last year, 9. Church 
building valued at $1,000.00. Preaching twice a month. Conti-ibuted to pas- 
toral service, $600.00; Home Missions, $3.00; Education, $3.00; all other pur- 
poses, $222.50. 

Sunday-sschool — B. C. Slocum, superintendent. Baring, Mo.; Mamie Fisher, 
secretary. Baring, Mo. Enrollment, 38; average attendance. 33. Contributed 
to all other purposes, $24.00. 

SANIJUSKY — Rev. D. M. Helfenstein, pastor; Rev. D. M. Helfenstein was pastor 
last year; Mrs. Lillian Atterberg, clerk, Keokuk, Iowa. Membership, 110. 
Received last year, 38. Church building valued at $3,000.00. Full time preach- 
ing. Contributed to pastoral service, $920.00; American Christian Convention, 
$5.00; Foreign Missions, $31.00; Home Missions, $20.00; Education, $5.00; Re- 
lief, $122.29; all other purposes, $321.37. 

Sunday-school — Fred Bawden, superintendent, Keokuk, Iowa; Gertrude Hays, 
secretary, Keokuk, Iowa. Enrollment, 75; average attendance, 33. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $95.50. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 11; Churches, 8; Membership, 688. Contributions: 
Pastoral service, $4,270.00; American Christian Convention, $20.75; Education, 
$38.00; Foreign Missions, $80.20; Home Missions, $56.32; Relief, $182.32; all 
other purposes, $1,271.15. Sunday-schools, 8; Enrollment, 386. Contributed to 
Sunday-school Department, $2.61. Total contributions reported, $5,921.35. 

WESTERN IOWA 

(Reported by Secretary Wallace) 

Session of 1921 — 
Session of 1922 — 

Officers — Rev. J. M. Kauffman, Madrid, Iowa — President. 
Rev. D. B. Atkinson, Albany, Mo. — Vice-President. 
Miss Marian Wallace, Dawson, Iowa — Secretary. 
Albert Bolton, Carson, Iowa — Treasurer. 

Trustees — Rev. R. A. Lewis, Redfleld, Iowa, one year; Mr. Geo. Hutton, Madrid, 
Iowa, two years; Mr. J. E. Midleton, Truro, Iowa, three years. 

Department Secretaries — Rev. A. P. Hurst, Albany, Mo. — Devotions. 
Rev. R. A. Lewis, Redfield, Iowa — Evangelism. 
Rev. D. B. Atkinson, Albany, Mo. — Religious Education. 
Miss Orpha Adkinson, Winterset, Iowa — Missions. 
Rev. M. L. Everett, Des Moines, Iowa — Benevolence. 
Miss Edith Norris, Madrid, Iowa — Statisti-cs. 

Ministers Lewis, R. A., Redfield, Iowa. 

Ackley, J. W., Kansas City, Mo. Huff, Orland C, Coming, Iowa. 

Atkinson, Daniel B., Albany, Mo. Powell, Dalmanutha, Jireh, Wyoming. 

Bennett, E. E., Cynthiana, Ind. Procter, Lester, Albany, Mo. 

Burnham, A. C, Linden, Iowa. Raybourn, R. L., Truro, Iowa. 

Clark, Raymond G., Defiance, Ohio. Ringler, G. W., Belle Plaine, Iowa. 

Fenwick, Mrs. Minnie, Burns, Wyo. Rockwell, F. E., Albany, Mo. 

Follansbee, L. E., 1520 32d St., Des Moines, Smith. Samuel, Lewis, Iowa. 

Iowa. Wallace, Mrs. Maggie, Pullerton, Nebr. 

Garrett, E. E., Arkansas City, Mo. Licentiates — 

Heckathom, C. .1., Brownlee, Nebr. Edwards, J. E., Lacona, Iowa. 

HoUingsworth, C. G., Milo, Iowa. Hurst, Alfred, Albany, Mo. 

Hurst, A. P., Albany, Mo. Honorary — 

James, Mrs. A. R., Wheat Ridge, Colo. Bishop, Mrs. Emily K., Dayton, Ohio. 

Kauffman, J. M., Madrid, Iowa. Bishop, Dr. J. G., Dayton, Ohio. 



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Church, Pastor, Clerk, Ofl'eriiif:;'*, Orf^anisntionM 

(OfEerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

l)ES MOINES — No pastor; No pastor last year; Mrs. L. E. Follansbee, clerk, 1520 
32d St., Des Moines, Iowa. Membership, 10. 

EBENEZER — No pastor; No pastor last year; Hubert Fry, clerk, Fairfield, Iowa. 

FAIRVIEW, ADAIR COUNTY — No pastor; Rev. Raymond Clark was pastor last 
year; Mrs. Rose Emerson, clerk, Stuart, Iowa. Membership, 60. Received 
last year, 7. Church building- valued at $3,000.00. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $412.50; Education, $9.44; all other purposes, $32.30. 

Sunday-school — Mrs. J. E. Emerson, superintendent, Stuart, Iowa; Mrs. Edgrar 
Brooks, secretary, Stuart, Iowa. Enrollment, 56; average attendance, 20. 
Contributed to all other purposes. $64.85. 

FAIRVIEW, TAYLOR COUNTY' — Rev. Orland C. Huff, pastor; Rev. Orland C. Huff 
was pastor last year; Mrs. Louise Rimmer, clerk, Corning-, Iowa. Membership, 
142. Received last year, 6. Church building- valued at $4,000.00. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $1,500.00; American Christian Convention, $4.50; Foreign 
Missions, $16.00; Home Missions, $12.40; Education, $10.00; all other purposes, 
$634.13. 

Snnday-.school — George Bycroft, superintendent. Brooks, Iowa; Miss Mary 
Hewitt, secretary. Corning-, Iowa. Enrollment, 138; averag-e attendance, 77. 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $4.00; all other purposes, $152.22. 
Christian Endeavor — (No report.) 

GRISWOL/D — No pastor; No pastor last year; Christena Thurlin, clerk, Griswold, 
Iowa. 

HILL, OF ZION — Rev. E. H. Willey, pastor; Rev. E. H. Willey was pastor last year ; 
A. S. Lynn, clerk. Orient, Iowa, R. R. 2. Membership, 109. Received last year, 
6. Church building- valued at $8,000.00. Parsonag-e valued at $1,500.00. Full 
time preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,000.00; Foreign Missions, 
$50.00; Home Missions, $50.00; all other purposes, $944.28. 

Sunday-school — Frank ^ James, superintendent. Orient, Iowa, R. R. 2; Edith 
E. Boyd, secretary, Crestori, Iowa, R. R. 1. Enrollment, 91; averag-e attend- 
ance, 64. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $3.50; all other purposes, 
$161.67. 
Christian Endeavor — (No report.) 

HOPEWELL, — (No report.) 

LINDEN — No pastor; No pastor last year; Albert Davis, clerk. Linden. Iowa. 

LONE CHAPEL — Rev. C. C. Callahan, pastor; No pastor last year; E. B. Mapes, 
clerk, Hamburg-, Iowa. Membership, 53. Received last year, 3. Church build- 
ing- valued at $1,000.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $550.00; Foreig-n Mis- 
sions, $2.52; Home Missions, $3.07; all other purposes, $15.00. 

Sunday-school — Claud Gulser, superintendent, Hamburg-, Iowa; Amanda 
Houts, secretary, Hamburg-, Iowa. Enrollment, 80; averag-e attendance, 75. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $77.76. 

LOUCKS GROVE — No pastor; Rev. R. G. Clark was pastor last year; R. Steams, 
clerk, Stuart, Iowa. Membership, 156. Received last year, 11. Church build- 
ing- valued at $2,300.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $450.00; Home Mis- 
sions, $2.30; Education, $7.06; Relief, $10.16; all other purposes, $64.43. 
Sunday-school — S. E. Smith, suprintendent, Menlo, Iowa; Floyd McGinnis, 
secretary, Stuart, Iowa. Averag-e attendance, 34. Contributed to Sunday- 
school Department, $4.45; all other purposes, $39.92. 
Christian Endeavor — (No report.) 

MADRID — Rev. Jesse M. Kauffman, pastor: Rev. Jesse M. Kauffman was pastor 
last year; Allen Adams, clerk, Madrid, Iowa. Membership, 260. Received 
last year, 18. Church building- valued at $10,000.00. Parsonag-e valued at 
$4,500.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,800.00; 
American Christian Convention, $20.00; Foreig-n Missions, $116.00; Home Mis- 
sions, $116.00; Education, $20.00; Relief, $64.50; all other purposes, $1,304.42. 
Sunday-school — George 13. Hutton, superintendent, Madrid, Iowa; Daisy Ham- 
mond, secretary, Madrid, Iowa. Enrollment, 275; averag-e attendance, 150. 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $2.50; all other purposes, $165.00. 
Christian Endeavor — ^Miss Florence Henderson, president, Madrid, Iowa; Eldon 
Kinsey, corresponding- secretary, Madrid, Iowa. Members — active, 20; as- 
sociate, 6; total, 26. Contributed to Christian Endeavor Department, $2.00; 
Palmer College, $50.00. 



216 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

MORRISBURG — Rev. R. A. Lewis, pastor; Rev. R. A. Lewis was pastor last year; 
Mrs. Ada Marlenee, clerk, Stuart, Iowa, R. R. 3. Received last year, 3. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $150.00; Home Missions, $3.50!; all other purposes, 

$22.75. 

MT. ZION — No pastor; No pastor last year; J. F. Clauson, clerk. Grand River, 
Iowa. Membership, 50. Church building- valued at $1,500'.00. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $70.25; all other purposes, $7.25. 
:Snnday-school — (No . report.) 

OAK HILL,, TAYLOR VO. — Rev. Alfred Hurst, pastor; No pastor last year; Mrs. 
Calista Hamilton, clerk. Gravity, Iowa. Membership, 104. Received last year, 
32. Church building valued at $2,000.00. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$650.00; Foreign Missions, $17.50; Home Missions, $17.50; all other purposes, 
$42.75. 

Sunday-school — Clarence Mayhen, superintendent, Afton, Iowa; Eliza Conn, 
secretaiy, Thayer, Iowa. Enrollment, 34; average attendance, 25. Contributed 
to all other purposes, $9.50. 

Ohri.«itiaii E^iideavor — Mrs. W. P. Fulberth, president. Gravity, Iowa; Mark 
Young, secretary. Gravity. Iowa. ^Members — active, 29; associate, 9; total, 38. 

OAK HILL, IJNIOX CO. — No pastor; No pastor last year; Letha McGuire, clerk, 
Thayer. Iowa. Membership, 80. Church building- valued at $2,000.00. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $31.00. 

Sunilay-.school — T. C. Goudie, superintendent, Gravity, Iowa; Letha Dutton, 
serretary. Gravity, Iowa. Enrollment, 125; averag-e attendance, 60. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $152.74. 

OAK RIVER^ — No pastor; No pastor last year; Stella Burd, Truro, Iowa. 

OTTER CREEK — Rev. R. L. Ray bourn, pastor; Rev. R. L. Raybourn was pastor 
last year; D. L. Puderbaugh, clerk, Lacona, Iowa. Membership, 115. Received 
last year, 11. Church building valued at $2,000.00. Preaching every two 
weeks. Contributed to pastoral service, $413.00; Foreign Missions, $18.94; 
Education, $9.04; all other purposes, $105.00. 

Sunday-school^ — >\Vm. Musselman, superintendent, Lacona. Iowa, R. R. 2; 
ArdysC. Puderbaugh. secretary, Lacona, Iowa, Rf R. 2. Average attendance, 
60. 

Christian Endeavor — Jasper Sones, president, Lacona, Iowa. Members — activei 
30; associate, 6; total, 36. 

PERU — (No report.) 

PLEASAXT RIDGE — No pastor; Rev. Leland Spalding was pastor last year; Mrs. 
Mary White, clerk, Afton, Iowa. Membership, 77. Church building- valued 
at $2,400.00. Preaching every two weeks. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$501.60; American Christian Convention, $2.00; Foreign Missions, $3.00; Home 
Missions, $4.00; Education, $1.00; all other purposes, $7.00. 
Sunday-.schooI — Leonard White, superintendent, Afton, Iowa; Bernice Stroup, 
secretary, Afton, Iowa. Average attendance, 12. Contributed to all other 
purposes, $23.40. 

PLEASANT VALLEY — Rev. R. L. Raybourn, pastor; No pastor last year; Mrs. 
Claypool, clerk, Murray, Iowa, R. R. 3. Membership, 100. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $25.00. 
Sonday-school — (No report.) 

SHILO — Rev. R. A. Lewis, pastor; Rev. R. A. Lewis was pastor last year; Albert 
David, clerk. Perry, Iowa, R. R. 2. Membership, 50. Church building- valued 
at $3,000.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $67.00; all other purposes, $10.02. 
Sonday-school — G. W. Bradley, superintendent, Linden, Iowa; Miss Bonetha 
Templeton, secretary. Linden, Iowa. Enrollment, 70; averag-e attendance, 30. 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $2.17; all other purposes, $37.90. 

TRURO — Rev. R. L. Raybourn, pastor; Rev. R. L. Raybourn was pastor last year; 
Miss Cleo Youmans, clerk, Truro, Iowa. Membership, 203. Received last year. 
56. Church building valued at $5,000.00. Parsonage valued at $3,000.00. 
Semi-monthly preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $800.00; Foreign 
Missions, $30.84; Home Missions, $13.70; Education, $10.00; all other purposes, 
$532.00. 

Sunday-school — E. M. Husted, superintendent, Truro, Iowa; Grace Pulton, 
secretary, Truro, Iowa. Enrollment, 146; average attendance, 95. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $60.61. 

Christian Endeavor — Miss Maud Munson, president, Truro, Iowa; Miss Olive 
Kale, corresponding secretary, Truro, Iowa. 



THECHRISTIANANNUAL 217 

UNION CHAPEl. — No pastor; No pastor last year; Lenore Harvey, clerk, Dexter, 
Iowa. Membership, 25. 

AVHEEL.ERS GROVE — Rev. R. A. Lewis, pastor; Rev. R. A. Lewis was pastor last 
year; Albert Bolton, clerk, Carson, Iowa. Membership, 120. Received last 
year, 23. Church building- valued at $9,000.00. Contributed to pastoral ser- 
vice, $700.00; Poreig-n Missions, $11.00; Home Missions, $20.19; Education, 
$36.18; all other purposes, $375.03. 

Sunday-school — ^Mrs. James Brown, superintendent, Carson, Iowa; Ceness 
Johnson, secretary, Carson, Iowa. Enrollment, 120; averag^e attendance, 85. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $111.44. 
Christian Endeavor — (No report.) 

WINTERSET — No pastor; No pastor last year; Luine Jessue, clerk, Winterset, 
Iowa. Membership, 30. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 22; Licentiates, 2; Churches, 20; Membership, 
1,795. Contributions: Pastoral service, $9,084.35 ;. American Christian Conven- 
tion, $26.50; Education, $101.72; Foreign Missions, $265.80; Home Missions, 
$242.66; Relief, $74.66; all other purposes, $4,181.36. Sunday-schools, 16; En- 
rollment, 1,135; Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $16.62. Christian 
Endeavor Societies, 8; Membership, 100; Contributed to Christian Endeavor 
Department, $2.00. Total contributions reported, $13,995.67. 

EASTERN KANSAS 

(Reported by Secretary Waugh) 

Session of 1921 — Maple City, Kansas. 

Session of 1922 — August 28 — Elm City, Kansas. 

Officers — M. L. Carter, Earleton, Kansas — President. 
J. F. Thomas, Maple City, Kansas — Vice-President. 
Miss Jennie Waug-h, Edna, Kansas — Secretary. 
Harry Harden, Edna, Kansas — Treasurer. 

Department Secretaries — ^Mrs. Jas. "W. Alexander. Altoona, Kansas — Sunday-school. 
Mrs. Eva M. AVinter, Mound Valley, Kan. — Missions. 
Miss Jennie Waugh, Edna, Kansas — Christian Endeavor. 
Mrs. Victoria L. Milholland, Almena, Kansas — Education. 
Rev. S. M. Milholla.nd, Almena, Kansas — Publications. 

Trustees — Luther Nellis, M. L. Carter, Enoch Wiggins, Clem Hooper, Dan Rush, Jr. 

Ministers — Milholland, Victoria, Almena, Kan. 

Burton, Geo., Hallorvell, Kansas. Moody, Laura, Galena, Kansas, R. R. 3. 

Darnell, T. C., Puyallup, Wash. Vining, F. N., Edna, Kansas, R. R. 2. 

Drake, D. R., Beaumont, Kansas. Winter, H. Vernon, Mound Valley, Kan. 

Mason, A. A., Altoona, Kansas. Ijicentlates — 
Masters, J. L., 416 E. Eighth St., Coflfeyville, Winter, Eva M., Mound Valley, Kan. 

Kansas. Superannuated — 
Milholland, S. M., Almena, Kansas. Masters, J. S., Pullman, Mich. 

Church, Pastor, Clerli, Offerin^^s, Organizations 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

ELiM CITY — Rev. A. A. Mason, pastor; Rev. A. A. Mason was pastor last year; 
Miss Jennie Waug-h, clerk, Edna, Kansas. Membership, 109. Received last 
year, 26. Church building valued at $1,500.00. One-half time preaching. 
Contributed to pastora>l seivice, $402.00; American Christian Convention, $5.50; 
Foreign Missions, $16.00; Home Missions, $13.50; Education, $6.53; Federal 
Council, $1.00; China Relief, $8.36; all other purposes, $130.14. 
Sunday-scliool — Clem Hooper, superintendent, Edna, Kansas; Charles Davis, 
secretary, Edna, Kansas. Enrollment, 85; average attendance, 61. Con- 
tributed to Sunday-school Department, $1.68; all other purposes, $77.38. 
Christian Endeavor — Miss Jennie "Waugh, president, Edna, Kansas; Miss Edna 
Cornell, corresponding secretary, Edna, Kansas. Members — active, 31; as- 
sociate, 2; total, 33. Contributed to Christian Endeavor Department, $2.00; 
Foreign Missions, $1.50; Supplies, $6.00; Ladies' Aid paid during year, $135.45. 

MAPLE CITY — No pastor; Rev. S. M. and V. L. Milholland were pastors last year; 
Mrs. Pruda B. Utley, clerk. Dexter, Kansas. Membership, 50. One-half time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $425.00; American Christian Con- 
vention, $8.25; Foreign Missions, $23.50; Home Missions, $5.50; Education, 
$10.25; all other purposes, $73.00. 

Sunday-school — Mrs. Delia Bivens, superintendent. Maple City, Kansas; Miss 
Edna Potter, secretary. Maple City, Kansas. Enrollment, 50; average at- 
tendance, 35. Contributed to all other purposes. $50.00. 



218 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

PLEASANT VALLEY — No pastor; Rev. Victoria Milholland was pastor last year; 
Mrs. James W. Alexander, clerk, Altoona, Kansas. Membership, 88. Received 
last year, 21. Church building- valued at $1,000.00. One-half time preaching-. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $400.00; American Christian Convention, 
$11.57; Foreign Missions, $25.45; Home Missions, $15.00; Education, $11.42; 
all other purposes, $113.76. 

Sanday-scbool — Emmett Hughes, superintendent, Chanute, Kansas; Ralph 
Russell, secretary, Altoona, Kansas. Enrollment, 104; average attendance, 
50. Contributed to Sundav-school Department, $7.00; all other purposes, 
$94.19. 

sITMMARY — Ordained ministers, 9; Licentiates, 2; Churches, 3; Membership, 247. 
Contributions: Pastoral service, $1,227.00; American Christian Convention, 
$25.32; Education, $28.20; Foreign Missions. $64.95; Home Missions, $34.00; 
Federal Council. $1.00; Relief, $8.36; all other purposes, $316.90. Sunday- 
schools, 3; Enrollment. 239. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $8.68. 
Christian Endeavor Societies, 1; Membership, 33. Contributed to Christian 
Endeavor Department, $2.00. Total contributions reported, $1,716.41. Con- 
ference offering to American Christian Convention, $12.50. 

NORTHERN KANSAS AND NEBRASKA 

(Reported by Secretary Nelson) 

Session of 1921 — Meredith Church. 
Session of 1922 — Lincoln Church. 

Officers — Elmer L. Roe. Superior, Nebraska — President. 
C. Edgar Booz, McPherson. Kansas — ^Vice-President. 
C. G. Nelson, Gresham, Nebraska — Secretary. 
Mrs. Eva Davis, Mil ton vale, Kansas — Treasurei'. 

l>opartment Secretaries — Mrs. Gertrude Nelson, Gresham, Nebraska — Sunda^y- 
schools. 

Rolon Jones, Shelby, Nebraska — Publication and Education. 
Mrs. Floyd Hogg, Lincoln, Kansas — Christian Endeavor. 
Rev. R. L. Hendrickson, Lincoln, Kansas — Finance. 
Mrs. Rhoda Roe, Webber, Kansas — Missions. 
Rev. A. A. Thomas, Delphos, Kansas — Social Reform. 

Tru.stees — E. L. Roe, C. E. Booz, J. E. Ingerson, Frank Eye, Wm. Hogg, C. C. 
Hendrickson, O. C. Cederberg. 

Ministers McClain, W. A., Lincoln, Kansas. 

Beebe, J. L., Red Cloud, Nebraska. Nelson, C. G., Gresham, Nebraska. 

Bushong, Peter, 810 Houston St., Manhattan, Spalding, Leland L., demons, lo-wa. 

Kansas. Thomas, A. A., Delphos, Kansas. 

Elliott, Mrs. Ellen, Miltonvale, Kansas. Licentiates — 

Grantham, J. A., Lincoln, Kansas. Young, Chester L., Palacias, Texas. 
Hendrickson, R. L., Lincoln, Kansas. 

Church, Pastor, Clerk, Offerings, Organizations 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

LINCOLN Rev. R. L. Hendrickson, pastor; Rev. R. L. Hendrickson -was pastor 

last year- Flovd Hogg, clerk, Lincoln, Kansas. Membership, 314. Received 
last year,'98. Church building valued at $5,000.00. Full time preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $1,200.00; American Christian Convention, $10.00; 
Foreign Missions, $18.00; Home Missions, $27.85; Education, $20.00; all other 
purposes, $341.47. 

Sunday-school — Earl Breazier, superintendent, Lincoln, Kansas; Mrs. Edna 
Breazier, secretary. Lincoln, Kansas. Enrollment, 298; average attendance, 
112. Contributed to all other purposes, $223.11. 

Christian Endeavor — Mrs. Myrtle Bloyd, president, Lincoln, Kansas; Reva 
Hendrickson, corresponding secretary, Lincoln, Kansas. Members — active, 39: 
associate, 6; honorary, 7; total, 52. 

MEREDITH — No pastor. Rev. A. A. Thomas was pastor last year; C. J. Eye, clerk. 
Miltonvale, Kansas. Membership, 79. Received last year. 5. Church build- 
ing valued at $1,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$500.00; American Christian Convention, $5.25; Foreign Missions, $18.70; Home 
Missions, $18.70; Education, $5.34; all other purposes, $205.00. 
Sunday-school — C. J. Eye, superintendent, Miltonvale, Kansas; Miss Florence 
Mottin, secretary, Miltonvale, Kansas. Enrollment, 94; average attendance, 
49. Contributed to Sunday-school Department of American Christian Con- 
vention, $5.34; all other purposes, $85.80. 



THECHRISTIANANNUAL 219 

Christian Endeavor — Wm. Demannett, president, Aurora, Kansas; Mrs. Chas. 
Stein, corresponding- secretary, Milton vale, Kansas. Members — active, 43; as- 
sociate, 17; total, 60. 

OLIVE HILL. — Rev. Rue Burnell, pastor; Rev. Rue Burnell was pastor last yea.r; 
Carl Cederberg, clerk, Mankato, Kansas. Membership, 124. Received la«t year, 
65; Church building- valued at $2,000.00. Parsonage valued at $1,500.00. Full 
time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,500.00; American Christian 
Convention, $20.00; Foreign Missions, $51.00; Home Missions, $51.00; Educa- 
tion, $16.25; all other purposes, $498.42. 

Sunday-school — Elmer L. Roe, superintendent, Superior, Nebraska.; Opal 
Slate, secretary, Superior, Nebraska. Enrollment, 134; average attendance, 
77. Contributed to Sunday-school Department of American Christian Con- 
vention, $5.00; all other purposes, $140.91. 

Christian Endeavor — John Craven, president, Superior, Nebraska; Faye War- 
ren, corresponding secretary, Superior, Nebraska^ Members — active, 50. Con- 
tributed to Christian Endeavor Department, $2.40. 

PIPE CREEK — No pastor. No pastor last year; Mrs. Ida Gill, clerk, Delphos, 
Kansas. Membership, 29. Contributed to American Christian Convention, 
$1.75; Foreign Missions, $1.60; all other purposes, $60.00. 

Sunday-school — -Lottie Felt, superintendent, Delphos, Kansas; Reva Felt, 
secretary, Delphos, Kansas. Enrollment, 42; average attendance, 30. Con- 
tributed to a.11 other purposes, $4.50. 

KED CLOUD — No pastor. No pastor last year; N. B. Bush, clerk, Red Cloud, 
Nebraska. Membership, 80. Occasional preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $570.00; Foreign Missions, $25.00; Home Missions, $5.00; all 
other purposes, $1,050.15. 

Sunday-school — Mrs. C. G. Pope, superintendent. Red Cloud, Nebraska; Naomi 
Corned, secretary. Red Cloud, Nebraska. Enrollment, 99; average attend- 
ance, 60. Contributed to Sunday-school Department of American Christian 
Convention, $5.00; all other purposes, $180.00. 

WAYLAIVD — Rev. C. G. Nelson, pastor; Rev. C. G. Nelson was pastor last year; 
W. A. Michener, clerk, Gresham, Nebraska. Membership, 206. Received last 
year, 2. Church building valued at $5,000.00. Parsonage valued at $2,000.00. 
Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,500.00; American 
Christian Convention, $22.60; Foreign Missions, $10.00; Home Missions, $25.00; 
Education, $10.00; all other purposes, $244.46. 

Sunday-school — Mark A. Romohr, superintendent, Gresham, Nebraska; Geo. 
H. Bond, secretary, Gresham, Nebraska.. Enrollment, 210; average attend- 
ance, 75. Contributed to Sunday-school Department of American Christian 
Convention, $3.00; all other purposes, $223.16. 

Christian Endeavor — Miss Vernal Brindle, president, Gresham, Nebraska; 
Wesley Michener, corresponding secretary, Gresham, Nebraska. Members- 
active, 14; honorary, 8; total, 22. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 9; Licentiate, 1; Churches, 6; Membership, 832. 
Contributions: Pastoral service, $5,270.00; American Christian Convention, 
$59.60; Education, $51.59; Foreign Missions, $124.30; Home Missions, $127.55; 
all other purposes, $2,399.50. Sunday-schools, 6; Enrollment, 877. Contributed 
to Sunday-school Department, $18.34. Christian Endeavor Societies, 4; Mem- 
bership, 184. Contributed to Christian Endeavor Department, $2.40. Total 
contributions reported, $8,053.28. Conference offering to American Christian 
Convention, $11.61. 

^ NORTHWESTERN KANSAS 

(Reported by Secretary McDsniel) 

Session 1921 — Oronoque. 
Session 1922 — Morning Star. 

Officers — Emery S. Huff, Oronoque, Kansas — President. 
Geo. L. Colip, Almena, Kansas — Vice-President. 
Belle McDaniel, Edson, Kansas — Secretary. 
T. S. McDaniel, Edson, Kansas — Treasurer. 

Trustees — John McDaniel, Geo. L. Colip, Frank Graham. 

Department Secretaries — Carl Graham, Parks, Nebraska — Sunday-school. 
Ida Thompson. Oronoque, Kansas — Christian Endeavor. 
Dave Clouse, Norton, Kansas — Church Department. 
Rosa Sprague, Norton, Kansas — Missions. 



220 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

Ministers — Licentinte.s — 

Huff, C. E., Oronoque, Kansas. Millholland, S. M.. Almena, Kansas. 

Humplirey, Selden, Defiance, Ohio. Millholland, V. L., Almena, Kansas. 

Lambert, Riley, Haigler, Nebr. Nobe, P. S., H'axtum, Colo. 

Tipton, J. W., Macon, Mo. 

Church, Pastor, Clerk, Offerin^r.s, Orgranizations 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

GOOD HOPE — Rev. C. E. Huff, pastor; Rev. C. E. Huff was pastor last year; Carl 
Saltzman, clerk, Dellvale, Kansas. Membership, 30. Worship in schoolhouse. 
One-half time preaching-. Foreign Missions, $150.00; all other purposes, $450. 

Sunday-school — (No report.) 

Christian Endeavor — (No report.) 

MORNING STAR — Rev. S. M. Millholland, pastor; Rev. S. M. Millholland was 
pastor last year; Mrs. F. ]\I. Simmons, clerk, Almena, Kansas. Membership, 
84. Received last year, 8. Church building valued at $2,000.00. Parsonage 
valued at $1,500.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$1,200.00; American Christian Convention, $16.45; Foreign Missions, $5.45; 
Relief, $3.50; all other purposes, $44.09. 

Sunilay-school — Rev. V. L. Millholland, superintendent, Almena, Kansas; 
HeniT Simmons, secretary, Almena, Kansas. Enrollment 89; average at- 
tendance, 44. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $4.68; all other pur- 
poses, $138.54. 

Christian Endeavor — (No report.) 

ORONOQUE — Rev. C. E. Huff, pastor; Rev. C. E. Huff was pastor last year; Mary 
H. Davis, clerk. Dellvale, Kansas. Membership, 71. Church building valued 
at $3,000.00. Parsonage valued at $2,000.00. One-half time preaching. Con- 
tributed to American Christian Convention, $20.00; Foreign Missions. $35.00; 
Home Missions, $35.00; Education, $20.00; all other purposes, $180.25. 

Sunday-school — Ray E. Davis, superintendent, Dellvale, Kansas; Emery S. 
Huff, secretary, Oronoque, Kansas. Enrollment, 74; avei-age attendance, 
49 1-15. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $5.00; all other purposes, 
$93.10. 

Christian Endeavor — Emery S. Huff, president, Oronoque, Kansas; Ida Thomp- 
son, corresponding secretary, Oronoque, Kansas. Members — active, 19; as- 
sociate, 3; total, 22. 
Have Ladies' Aid. 

PLEASANT HOME — No pastor; No pastor last year; Maj-y C McDaniel, clerk, 
Edson, Kansas. Membership, 16. Received last year, 6. Church building 
valued at $500.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $1.25.00; American Chris- 
tian Convention, $5.70; Foreign Missions, $5.70; Home Mis.sion.s, $5.70; Educa- 
tion, $5.70; all other purposes, $27.10. 

Sunday-school — No Sunday-school. Are working with the Methodist Sunday- 
school. 

Have Ladies' Aid. 

A'ALLiEY CENTER — No pastor; Rev. Riley Lambert and Rev. Seldon Humphrey 
were pastors last year; Mrs. J. D. Keyser, clerk, Parks, Nebraska. Membership, 
71. Received last year, 8. Church building valued ac $2,500.00. Full time 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $170.00; American Christian Con- 
vention, $6.61;" Foreign Missions, $12.00; Home Missions, $10.25; Federal Cojn- 
cil. .$2.00; all other purposes, $237.50. 

Sunday-school — Mrs. J. D. Keyser, superintendent. Parks, Nebraska; Laura 
Graham, secretary. Parks, Nebraska. Enrollment, 39; average attendance, 20. 

Christian Endeavor — Mrs. Franlc Graham, president. Parks, Nebraska; Lola 
Hatten, corresponding secretary. Parks, Nebraska. Members — active, 28. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 6; Licentiate, 1; Churches, 5; Membership. 272. 
Contributions: Pastoral service. $1,495.00; American Christian Convention, 
$48.76; Education, $25.70; Foreign Missions, $208.15; Home Missions, $50.95; 
Federal Council, $2.00; Relief, $3.50; all other purposes, $938.94. Sunday- 
schools, 4; Enrollment, 202. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $9.68. 
Christian Endeavor Societies, 3; Membership, 50. Total contributions report- 
ed, $2,782.68. Conference offering to American Christian Convention, $17.50. 



THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 221 

SOUTHERN KANSAS 

(Reported by Secretary Rasmussen) 
Session of 1921 — Pleasant Hill. 
Session of 1922 — Towanda. 

Officers — Rev. Burley T. Cole, Lang-don, Kansas — President. 
Mrs. Lilly V. Moore, Towandai, Kansas — Vice-President. 
Mrs. E. Rasmussen, Stafford, Kansas— Secretary. 
N. J. Rasmussen, Stafford, Kansas — Treasurer. 
Charles Lenager, Turon, Kansa.s — Trustee. 

Conference Forward Movement Board — Mrs. Eunice Lenager, Turon, Kansas — 
Devotion. 

Mrs. Belle Gott, Arling-ton, Kansas — Evang^elism. 
Rev. F. M. Strange, Arling-ton, Kansas — Religious Education. 
Mrs. John Wooldridg-e, Towanda, Kansas — Missions. 
Harve Webber, Arlington, Kansas — Benevolence. 

Ministers — Liiccntiate — 

Bolton, Ford. Cole, Burley T. 

Cameron, E. Honorary — 
Irons, M. F. Hendershot, W. H. 

Rasmussen, Mrs. E. Strange, F. M. 

CASSODAY — No pastor; No pastor last year; Miss Lilian Bridenstein, clerk, 
Cassoday, Kansas. Membership, 7. Church building- valued at $800.00. Oc- 
casional preaching-. Contributed to American Christian Convention, $1.00; 
Foreign Missions, $1.00; Education, $3.00; all other purposes, $61.38. 
Sunday-school — Ivan Childers, superintendent, Cassoday, Kansas; Mrs. Alice 
Million, secretary, Cassoday, Kansas. Enrollment, 28; average attendance, 
16. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $1.00; all other purposes, $12.30. 

MATFIEIiD GREEN — No pastor; No pastor last year; Mrs. Levi Jones, clerk. Mat- 
field Green. Membership, 35. Church building valued at $1,500.00. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $2.50. 

XEOLA — A. A. Thomas, pastor; W. H. Hendershot -was pastor last year; Mrs. 
Maude Durham, clerk, Turon, Kansas. Membership, 68. Received last year, 2. 
Church building valued at $1,400.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $201.22; American Christian Convention, $1.54; Foreign 
Missions, $18.28; Home Missions, $9.40; Federal Council, $1.00; Relief, $1.00; 
all other pui poses, $38.16. 

Sunday-school — Mrs. Eunice Lenager, superintendent, Turon, Kansas; Mrs. 
George Helmers, secretary, Turon, Kansas. Enrollment, 43; average attend- 
ence, 26. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $3.00; all other purposes, 
$56.30. 

PLEASANT HILL — Rev. F, M. Strange, pastor; Rev. F. M. Strange was pastor 
last year; Mrs. Anna Webber, clerk, Arlington, Kansas. Membership, 60. Re- 
ceived last year, 2. Church building valued at $2,000.00. Full time preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $754.83; Home Missions, $10.00; Education, 
$10.00; all other purposes, $325.20. 

Sunday-sch«ol — Mrs. Belie Gott, superintendent, Arlington, Kansas; Miss Mary 
Webber, secretary, Arlington, Kansas. Enrollment, 71; average attendance, 
38. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $1.61: all other purposes, 
$220.93. 

Christian Endeavor — Miss Nora Mock, president, Arlington, Kansas; Miss 
Hazel Potter, corresponding secretary, Langdon, Kansas. Members — active, 
30; associate, 6; honorary, 10; total, 46. Contributed to Home Missions, $3.08. 

TOWANDA — W. A. Roberts, pastor; Rev. W. H. Hendershot was pastor la.jt v/ear; 
Mrs. John Woolridge, clerk, Towanda, Kansas. Meinbership, 85. Received last 
year, 22. Church building valued at $2,500.00. Parsonage valued at $3,500.00. 
Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,000.00: American 
Christian Convention, $114.00: Foreign Missions, $120.00: Home ^Missions, 
$113.36: Education, $105.00; all other purposes, $718.30. 

Sunday-school — J. H. Woolridge, superintendent, Towanda, Kansas: Mrs. 
Veva Reed, secretary, Towanda, Kansas. Enrollment, 146; average attend- 
ance, 77. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $5.00; all other purposes, 
$201.81. 

SUMMARY' — Ordained ministers, 4; Licentiates, 1; Churches, 5; Membership, 255. 
Contributions: Pastoral service, $1,956.05; American Christian Convention. 
$116.54: Education, $118.00; Foreign Missions, $139.28; Home Missions, $132.76; 
Federal Council, $1.00; Relief, $1.00; all other purposes, $1,145.54. Sunday- 
schools, 4; Enrollment, 288. Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $10.61. 
Christian Endeavor Societies, 1; Membership, 46. Total contributions report- 
ed, $3,620.78. Conference offering to American Christian Convention, $7.50. 



222 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

WESTERN WASHINGTON 

(Reported by D. C. Loucks) 

Officers — Rev. W. R. Caldwell, Montesano, Washington — President. 
Rev. D. C. Loucks, Montesano, Washington — Vice-President. 
A. W. Fry, Western, Washington — Secretary. 

Samuel Copeland, Montesano, Washington — Assistant Secretary. 
John Button, Montesano, Washington — Treasurer. 
J. A. Phillips, Trustee. 

BUnisters — Loucks, D. C, Montesano, Wash. 

Caldwell, W. R., Montesano, Wash. Luark, M. J., Montesano, Wash. 

Chareh, Pastor, Clerk, Oft'erin§^s, Organizations 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

BROOKLYN — Rev. W. R. Caldwell, pastor; Rev. W. R. Caldwell was pastor last 
year; May Burke, clerk, Brooklyn, Washington. Membership, 11. Received 
last year, 1. Preaching once a month. Contributed to pastoral service, $12.00; 
Foreign Missions, $3.00; Home Missions, $2.00. 

Sunday-school — O. W. Burke, superintendent, Brooklyn, Wash.; George Twid- 
well, secretary, Brooklyn, Wash. Enrollment, 25; average attendance, 25. 

JOHNS RIVER — Rev. W. R. Caldwell, pastor; Rev. W. R. Caldwell was pastor 
last year; A. W. Fry, clerk, Telma, Wash. Membership, 25. Preaching once 
a month. Contributed to Foreign Missions, $2.50; Home Missions, $2.50. 

Sunday-school — A. W. Fry, superintendent, Telma, Wash. Enrollment, 30; 
average attendance, 20. 

MONTESANO — Rev. D. C. Loucks, pastor; Rev. D. C. Loucks was pastor last year; 
J. E. Button, clerk, Montesano, Wash. Membership, 66. Received last year, 
17. Church building valued at $2,000.00. Parsonage valued at $1,500.00. Full 
time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $248.66; Foreign Missions, 
$22.55; Home Missions, $20.17; Education, $13.78; all other purposes, $189.37. 

Sunday-school — Sam Copeland, superintendent, Montesano, Wash.; J. E. 
Button, secretary, Montesano, Wash. Enrollment, 100. 

Christian Endeavor — J. E. Button, president, Montesano, Wash.; C. J. Fry, 
corresponding secretary, Montesano, W^ash. Members — active, 18 seniors, 24 
juniors; total, 42. 

WYNOOCHE VALLEY — The church at Wynooche Valley has discontinued its ser- 
vice. Most of the members have moved away, and the few remaining ones 
attend church in Montesano. The places of the members have been taken in 
the community by families (mostly foreigners) who have no interest in 
church w^ork. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 3; Churches, 3; Membership, 102. Contributions: 
Pastoral service, $260.66; Education, $13.78; Foreign Missions, $28.05; Home 
Missions, $24.67; all other purposes, $189.37. Sunday-schools, 3; Enrollment, 
155. Christian Endeavor Societies, 1; Membership, 42. Total contributions 
reported, $516.53. 

WYOMING 

(Reported by Rev. D. B. Atkinson — 1920) 

Officers — Rev. W. S. Alexander, Merom, Ind.- — President. 

Rev. Dalmanutha Powell, Jireh, Wyoming — Vice-President. 
Mrs. Roy L. Zum Brunnen, Kirtley, Wyoming — Secretary. 
W. C. Rogers, Keeline, Wyoming- — Treasurer. 

Department Secretaries — Mrs. Ella S. Watson, Keeline, Wyoming — jNIissions. 
C. W. Pfeifer, Jireh, Wyoming — Education. 
E. E. Fullerton, Jireh, Wyoming — Sunday-schools. 

Ministers — Freeman, W. A., Covington, Ohio. 

Alexander, W. S., Merom, Ind. Powell. Dalmanutha, Jireh. Wyo. 

Atkinson, Daniel B., Jireh, Wyo. Watson, Josiah S., Jireh, Wyo. 
Crowell, N. W., South Dayton, N. Y. 



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Churches 

FLATTOP MISSION — Judson P. Watson, clerk, Keeline, Wyoming. 

KIRTLEY — Mrs. Roy Zum Brunnen, clerk, Kirtley, Wyoming. 

>IT. PLEASANT — Mrs. Susie Glasford, clerk, Lusk, Wyoming. 

SUNNY SIDE — 

UNION — 'Mrs. Julia Rodgers, clerk, Keeline, Wyoming. 

Total membership reported in 1920, 201. 

The above report was furnished The Christian Annual by Rev. D. B. Atkinson, in 1920. 
No report could be secured for the 1921 issue. So far as known to the editor of this publication, 
but one of the above named ministers is now in Wyoming, and he is not preaching regularly. 
Unless the Conference shall be revived and so reported, this notice will close its history in The 
Christian Annual. 

Southern Group 

ALABAMA 

(Reported by Secretary Carter) 

Session of 1921 — Corinth Church. 

Session of 1922 — ^Mt. Zion Church, Tuesday after second Sunday in October, 
10:00 a. m. 

Officers — Rev. G. D. Hunt, Wadley, x\labama — President. 
Rev. J. D. Dollar, Roanoke, Alabama — Vice-President. 
Rev. E. M. Carter, Wadley, Alabama— Secretary. 
J. W. Payne, Wedowee, Alabama — Treasurer. 

Ministers — Wisener, R. L., Pisgah, Ala. 

Carter, C. W., Wadley, Ala. ^"P^*'""""?*^*IT. 

Carter, E. M., Wadley, Ala. DoUar. CM Malone Ala 

Dollar, J. D., Roanoke, Ala., R. R. 4. Knight. W. R., Roanoke, Ala. 

Elder, J. W., Pisgah, Ala. Licentiates — 
Hunt, G. D., Wadley, Ala., R. R. 3. Amerson, J. E., Lineville, Ala. 

Hughes, J. H., Roanoke, Ala., R. R. 4. Carpenter, W. C, Cullman, Ala. 

Knowles, W. B., Roanoke, Ala., R. R. 2. Dollar, Jessie, Elon College, N. C. 

Orr, J. B., Gilmer, Texas. Duke, L. J., Delta, Ala. 

Sheppard, A. H., Columbus, Ga., 2906 2d Meacham, W. T., Roanoke, Ala. 

Ave. Pollard, M. R., Wedowee, Ala. 

Veazey, G. H., Wadley, Ala. Smith, B. L., Lineville, Ala. 

Waldrop, S. R., Lineville, Ala. 

Church, Pastor, Cleric, Offerings, Organizations 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

ANTIOCH — Rev. G. D. Hunt, pastor; Rev. G. D. Hunt was pastor last year; Mrs. 
Gertrude Hood, clerk, Roanoke, Alabama, R. R. 1. Membership, 106. Re- 
ceived last year, 7. Church building valued at $1,500.00. Monthly preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $250.00; American Christian Convention. 
$8.40; Foreign Missions, $8.40; Home Missions, $15.00; Education, $1.96; all 
other purposes, $52.25. 

Sunday-school — J. F. Beadrd, superintendent, Roanoke. Alabama, R. R. 1; 
Clifford Delonch, secretary, Stroud, Alabama. Enrollment, 85; average at- 
tendance, 70. Contributed to all other purposes, $23.75. 

BETHANY — Rev. A. H. Sheppard, pastor; Rev. A. H. Sheppard was pastor last 
year; W. J. Harry, clerk, Glenn, Ga. Membership, 96. Received last year, 10. 
Church building valued at $1,800.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $121.48; Home Missions, $6.00; Education, $2.00; all other 
purposes, $27.00. 

Sunday-school — D. W. Sheppard, superintendent, Roanoke, Alabama, R. R. 2; 
L. L. Still, secretary, Roanoke, Alabama, R. R. 2. Enrollment, 40; average 
attendance, 35. Contributed to all other purposes, $25.10. 

BEULAH — Rev. G. D. Hunt, pastor; Rev. G. D. Hunt was pastor last year; S. R. 
Edge, clerk, Wadley, Alabama, R. R. 3. Membership, 89. Received last year, 
2. Church building valued at $2,500.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to 



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pastoral service, $125.00; Foreig-n Missions, $4.00; Home Missions, $10.00; 
Education, $5.00; all other purposes, $32.90. 

Sundny-.school — R. B. Culpepper, superintendent, Wadley, Alabama, R. R. 3; 
H. R. Bailey, secretary, Wadley, Alabama, R. R. 3. Enrollment, 109; average 
attendance, 80. Contributed to all other purposes, $36.50. 

CHRISTIANA — Rev. G. H. Veazey, pastor; Rev. G. H. Veazey was pastor last 
year; Robt. S. Duck, clerk, Dadeville, Alabama, R. R. 2. Membership, 60. Re- 
ceived last year, 2. Church building- valued at $1,500.00. Monthly preaching-. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $42.60; Home Missions, $6.30; all other pur- 
poses, $25.00. 

Sunday-school — Miss Groff Fuller, superintendent, Dadeville, Alabama, R. R. 
2; Hendon Jennings, secretary, Dadeville. Alabama, R. R. 2. Enrollment, 50; 
average attendance, 40. Contributed to all other purposes, $19.56. 

CORIXTH — Rev. J. H. Hughes, pastor; Rev. E. M. Carter w^as pastor last year; 
Mrs. C. G. Knight, clerk, Wadley, Alabama. R. R. 5. Membership, 45. Re- 
ceived last year, 1. Church building valued at $1,500.00. Monthly preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service. $36.65; Foreign Missions, $3.00; Home Mis- 
sions, $5.00; Education, $ .60; all other purposes, $26.00. 

Sun(lay-.*iehool — J. W. Burson, superintendent, Wadley, Alabama, R. R. 4; 
Guy Price, secretary, Wadley, Alabama, R. R. 4. Enrollment, 87; average 
attendance, 70. Contributed to all other purposes, $12.55. 

CRAGFORD — Rev. C. W. Carter, pastor; Rev. E. M. Carter was pastor last year; 
C. H. Mitchell, clerk, Cragford, Alabama. Membership, 34. Received last 
year, 2. Church building valued at $2,500.00. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$150.00; American Christian Convention, $2.72; Foreign Missions, $2.72; Home 
Missions, $7.00; Education, $ .78; all other purposes, $90.00. 
Snnday-school — C. H. Mitchell, superintendent, Cragford, Alabama; C. H. 
Mitchell, secretai-y, Cragford, Alabama. Enrollment, 40; average attendance, 
30. Contributed to all other purposes, $28.40. 

DI3VGLERS CHAPEL — Rev. C. ^^'. Carter, pastor; Rev. C. W. Carter was pastor 
last year; Mrs. M. E. Young, clerk, Lineville, Alabama, R. R. 4. Membership, 
30. Church building valued at $1,000.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $54.75; American Christian Convention, $2.00; Foreign Mis- 
sions, $2.50; Home Missions, $5.00; Education, $1.00; all other purposes, $13.75. 
Sunday-.school — Victor Bailey, superintendent, Lineville, Alabama, R. R. ; 
Miss Bertie Taylor, secretary, Lineville, Alabama, R. R. Enrollment, 37; 
average attendance, 30. Contributed to all other purposes, $10.00. 

FOREST HOME — Rev. C. W. Carter, pastor; Rev. C. W. Carter was pastor last 
year; Lee Smith, clerk, Roanoke, Alabama, R. R. 2. Membership, 35. Re- 
ceived last year, 4. Church building valued at $1,000.00. Monthly preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $52.05; Foreign Missions, $1.80; Home Mis- 
sions, $3.75; all other purposes, $16.00. 

Sunday-.school — R. L. Barfield, superintendent, Roanoke, Alabama, R. R. 2; 
Miss Jessie Smith, secretary, Roanoke, Alabama, R. R, 2. Enrollment, 47; 
average attendance, 30. Contributed to all other purposes, $15.00. 

I^IBERTY GROVE — Rev. J. "VV. Elder, pastor; Rev. "W. C. Carpenter was pastor 
last year; W. Carpenter, clerk, Cullman, Alabama. Membership, 10. Re- 
ceive last year, 1. Church building valued at $1,000.00. Monthly preaching. 
Contributed to Foreign Missions, $3.00. 

Sunday-school — Warner Carpenter, superintendent, Cullman, Alabama, R. R. 
7; Bessie Durham, secretary, Cullman, Alabama, R. R. 7. Enrollment, 35. 

LfOWELL — Rev. J. D. Dollar, pastor; Rev. J. D. Dollar was pastor last year; 
M. D. Prince, clerk, Roanoke, Alabama. Membership, 131. Received last 
year, 65. Monthly preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $151.50; Am- 
erican Christian Convention, $4.95; Foreign Missions, $4.95; Home Missions, 
$8.50; Education, $1.14; all other purposes, $50.00. 

Sunday-school — O. S. Cook, superintendent, Roanoke, Alabama; Stevenson 
Peavey, secretary, Roanoke, Alabama. Enrollment, 225; average attendance, 
175. Contributed to all other purposes. $75.00. Union school. 

MACEDONIA — Rev. S. R. Waldrop, pastor; Rev. S. R. A^^aldrop was pastor last 
year. Membership, 35. Church building valued at $1,500.00. Monthly preach- 
ing. Contributed to pastoral service, $30.00. 
Sunday-school — (No report.) 

McGUIRES CHAPEL, — Rev. G. D. Hunt, pastor; Rev. G. D. Hunt was pastor last 
year; Roy Walker, clerk, Wadley, Alabama, R. R. 2. Membership, 78. Re- 
ceived last year, 3. Church building valued at $1,000.00. Monthly preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $64.25; Home Missions, $4.00; Federal Council, 
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Sundiiy-sohool — C. B. Thomas, superintendent, Wadley, Alabama, R. R. 5 : Rosa 
WalkeV, secretary, Wadley, Alabama, R. R. 2. Enrollment, 60; average at- 
tendance, 40. Contributed to all other purposes, $16.07. 

MT. ZION — Rev. J. D. Dollar, pastor; Rev. J. D. Dollar was pastor last year; 
J. B. Swann, clerk, Roanoke, Alabama, R. R. .5. Membership, IBS. Received 
last year, 41. Church building- valued at $1,800.00. Monthly preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $128.00; American Christian* Convention, $3.00: 
Foreign Missions, $3.65; Home Missions, $13.85; Education, $ .75; all other 
purposes, $36.75. 

Sunday-school — B. E. Stevens, superintendent, Roanoke, Alabama, R. R. 5; 
J. L. Liles, secretary, Roanoke, Alabama, R. R. 5. Enrollment, 82; average 
attendance, 60. Contributed to all other purposes, $40.00. 

NEW HARMONY — Rev. J. H. Hughes, pastor; Rev. C. W. Carter was pastor last 
year; John Martin, clerk, Llneville, Alabama. Membership, 67. Received last 
year, 4. Church building valued at $2,000.00. Monthly preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $54.75; American Christian Convention, $1.50; 
B'oreign Missions. $9.00; Home Missions, $12.00; Education, $1.00; all other 
purposes, $15.00. 

Sunday-school — J. T. Peek, superintendent, Lineville, Alabama, R. R. ; John 
Matrtin, secretai-y. I-^ineville, Alabama, R. R. Enrollment, 40; average at- 
tendance, 30. Contributed to all othei- purposes, $25.00. 

NEW HOME — Rev. S. R. Waldrop, pastor; Rev. S. R. Waldrop was pastor last 
year; S. N. Dennis, clerk. Delta, Alabama. ]Membership, 49. Ileceived last 
year, 1. Church building valued at $1,000.00. Monthly preaching Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $23.00. 

Sunday-school — L,. J. Duke, superiutondcnt. Delta, .A.labama: Mary Hill, i-vcrc- 
tary. Delta, Alabama. Enrollment, 30; average attendance, 25. Contributed 
to all other purposes, $10.00. 

NEW HOPE — Rev. G. D. Hunt, pastor; Rev. G. D. Hunt was pastor last year; 
John Elder, clerk, Roanoke, Alabama, R. R. 1. Membership, 180. Received 
last year, 23. Church building valued at $2,500.00. Monthly preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $200.00; American Christian Convention, $4.00; 
Foreign Missions, $5.00; Home Missions, $20.00; Education, $5.00; all other 
purposes, $60.00. 

Sunday-school — C. W. Stevens, superintendent, Roanoke, Alabama, R. R. 1; 
Geroline Liles, secretary, Roanoke, Alabama, R. R. 1. Enrollment, 45; aver- 
age attendance, 30. Contributed to all other purposes, $36.00. 

NOON DAY — Rev. J. D. Dollar, pastor; Rev. J. D. Dollar was pastor last year; 
S. W. Carpenter, clerk, Wedowee, Alabama, R. R. Membership, 116. Received 
last year, 9. Church building valued at $1,800.00. Monthly preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $85.00; all other purposes, $15.00. 
Sunday-school — Jodie Henderson, superintendent, Wedowee, Alabama, R. R.; 
Luke H. Husy, secretary, Wedowee, Alabama, R. R. Enrollment, 142; average 
attendance, 100. Contributed to all other purposes, $50.00. 

PISGAH — Rev. J. W. Elder, pastor; Rev. J. W. Elder was pastor last year; T. M. 
Hall, clerk, Pisgan, Alabama. Membership, 23. Received last year, 5. Church 
building valued at $2,500.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to American 
Christian Convention, $1.80; Foreign Missions, $1.80; Home Missions, $2.50; 
Education, $ .55; all other purposes, $2,040.00. 

Sunday-school — R. A. Hargess, superintendent, Pisgah, Alabama; Miss Nelie 
Roe, secretary, Pisgah, Alabama. Enrollment, 57; average attendance, 45. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $7.00. 

PLEASANT GROVE — Rev. J. D. Dollar, pastor; Rev. J. D. Dollar was pastor last 
year; W. T. Hill, clerk, Abanda. Alabama. R. R. Membership, 82. Received 
last year, 8. Church building valued at $2,500.00. Monthly preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $121.00; American Christian Convention. $6.00; 
Foreign Missions, $6.00; Home Missions, $11.00; Education, $1.46; all other 
purposes, $46.50. 

Sunday-school — M. T. Hill, superintendent, LaFayette, Alabama, R. R. ; A. D. 
Miles, secretary, Buffalo, Alabama, R. R. Enrollment, 76: a.verage attend- 
ance, 50. Contributed to all other purposes, $21.40. 

ROCK SPRINGS — Rev. H. M. Gray, pastor; Rev. H. M. Gray was pastor last year; 
W. D. Dobson, clerk, Roanoke, Alabama, R. R. Church building valued at 
$1,000.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $98.08; Am- 
erican Chiistian Convention, $1.00; Foreign Missions, $1.00; Home Missions, 
$1.50; Education, $ .50; all other purposes, $4.00. 

Sunday-school — F. A. Broach, superintendent, Roanoke, Alabama, R. R. 5; 
Dillie Mae Walrup, secretary. Roanoke. Alabama, R. R. 5. Enrollment, 55; 
average attendance, 35. Contributed to all other purposes, $20.00. 



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ROCK STAND — Rev. J. H. Hughes, pastor; Rev. J. H. Hug-hes was pastor last 
year; Neomie Kirby, clerk, Roanoke, Alabama, R. R. Membership, 77. Re- 
ceived last year, 8. Church building valued at $1,000.00. ISlonthly preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $100.00; Americain Christian Conv^ention, 
$1.00; Foreign Missions, $4.00; Home Missions, $6.00; Education, $1.00; all 
other purposes, $4.00. 

Sunday-school— r-T. C. Harris, superintendent, Roanoke. Alabama, R. R. ; Miss 
Hassle Gray, secretary, Roanoke, Alabama, R. R. Enrollment, 100; average 
attendance, 70. Contributed to all other purposes, $35.00. 

Christian Endeavoi^Miss Neomie Kirby, president, Roanoke, Alabama, R. R. 
Members — active, 60. 

SAND HILL. — Rev. J. B. Orr, pastor; Rev. J. B. Orr was pastor last year; E. H. 
Orr, clerk, Gilmer, Texas. Membership, 53. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$70.00; all other purposes, $5.00. 

SHADV grove: — Rev. W. B. Knowles, pastor; Rev. W. B. Knowles was pastor 
last year; Gertrude Padgett, clerk, -Lineville, Alabama, R. R. Membership, 
75. Received last year. 2. Church building valued at $1,500.00. Monthly 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $35.00; Home Missions, $7.50. 
Sunday-school — C. L.. Boroughs, superintendent, Lineville, Alabama; M. A. 
Gillard, secretary, Lineville, Alabama. Enrollment, 60; average attendance, 
45. Contributed to all other purposes, $12.00. 

SPRING HILL. — Rev. C. W. Carter, pastor; Rev. C. W. Carter was pastor last year; 
T. C. Smith, clerk, Lineville, Alabama. Membership, 49. Received last year, 
12. Monthly preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $34.63; Home Mis- 
sions, $10.01; all other purposes, $10.00. 

Sunday-school — J. B. Philips, superintendent, Lineville, Alabama; Lucile 
Smith, secretary, Lineville, Alabama. Enrollment, 42; average attendance, 
30. Contributed to all other purposes, $19.00. 

AVADLEY — Rev. E. M. Carter, pastor; Rev. E. M. Carter was pastor last year; 
V. L. Carter, clerk, Wadley. Alabama. Membership, 62. Received last year, 
5. Church building valued at $2,500.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service. $250.25; American Christian Convention. $4.65; Foreign Mis- 
sions. $4.65; Home Missions, $8.00; Education, $1.25; all other purposes. $158.00. 
Sunday-school — T. H. Denney, superintendent, Wadley, Alabama; C. A. 
Weldon, secretary, Wadley, Alabama. Enrollment, 74; average attendance, 
45. Contributed to all other purposes, $141.07. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 14; Licentiates, 7; Churches, 25; JVIembership. 
1,750. Contributions: Pastoral service, $2,297.99; American Christian Conven- 
tion, $41.02; Education. $23.99; Foreign Missions. $65.47; Home Missions, 
$162.91; Federal Council, $1.50; all other purposes, $2,727.15. Sunday-schools, 
23; Enrollment. 1,618. Christian Endeavor Societies, 1; Membership, 60. 
Total contributions reported, $5,320.03. 

EASTERN VIRGINIA 

(Reported by Secretary Johnson) 
Session of 1921 — Dover, Delaware. 
Session of 1922 — Johnsons Grove. 

OfBcer.s — Rev. W. M. Jay, Holland, Va. — President. 

Rev. W. D. Harward. Dendron. Va. — Vice-President. 
Rev. I. W. Johnson. Suffolk, Va.- — Secretary. 
Rev. J. F. Morgan, Norfolk, Va. — Assistant Secretary. 
H. Woodward, Suffolk, Va. — Treasurer. 

Ministers — Johnson, I. W., Suffolk, Va. 

Barrett, J. P., Reidsville, N. C. Lassiter, L. L., Suffolk, Va. 

Barrett, D. P. Li.ijhtbourne, J. H., Holland. Va. 

Black, B. F., Wolfeboro, N. H. Moore, W. C. 306 N. Bradford St., Dover. 

Butler. H. H., Suffolk. Va. Del. 

Butler. M. W.. Muncie. Ind. Morgan, J. F., 18 Hardy Ave., Berkley, Nor- 

Denison, W. H.. 27 C. P. A. Bldg.. Daytor O. folk, Va. 

Dowding. H. W., Robert Lee Apartments, Poythre.ss, O. D., Jackson and Guerriere St., 

Portsmouth. W. Va. South Norfolk. Va. 

Eastes. G. D.. Norfolk, Va. Roberts, J. M., Windsor, Va. 

Felton, C. J., Toronto. Ont. Rountree. H. E.. U. S. Chaplain. Port Au 

Foster. J. L., Waverly, Va. Prince, Haiti. 

Fuller, W. B.. Ivor. Va. Rowland, C. H.. Franklin, Va. 

Garman, W. H., 46th St., near Myers Ave., Smith, L. E.. 4312 Colonial St., Norfolk, Va. 

Norfolk, Va. Staley, W. W., Suffolk, Va. 

Harward, W. D., Dendron, Va. Stephens, R. L., Dover, Del. 

Helfenstein, Roy C, 109 S. Bradford St., Licentiate — 

Dover. Del. Chadwick. James B. Dover. Del. 
Jay, W. M., Holland, Va. 



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Church, Pastor, Clerk, Offering**, Orgranizatlons 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

A.NTIOCH — Rev. H. H. Butler, pastor; Rev. H. H. Butler was pastor last year; J. 
Hadly Godwin, clerk, Isle of Wight, Va. Membership, 376. Received last 
year, 17. Church building- valued at $2,000.00. Contributed to pastoral ser- 
vice, $300.00; all other purposes, $72.00. 

Sanday-.school — R. H. Barrett, superintendent, Zuni, Va.; W. K. Saunders, 
secretary, Zuni, Va. Enrollment, 125. 

BARRETTS — Rev. ^V. B. Fuller, pastor; Rev. W. B. Fuller was pastor last year; 
J. E. Ellsworth, clerk, Sebrell, Va. Membership, 141. Received last year, 2. 
Church building- valued at $1,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $250.00; all other purposes, $76.00. 

Sun<lay-.schooI — W. G. Rollings, superintendent, Sebrell, Va. ; Joe Rollings, 
secretary, Sebrell, Va. Enrollment, 80. 

BEREA, NANSEMOND CO. — Rev. I. W. Johnson, pastor; Rev. I. W. Johnson was 
pastor last year; A. S. Hargroves, clerk. Driver, Va. Membership, 134. Church 
building valued at $10,000.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $600.00; all 
other purposes, $3,651.98. 

Sunday-school — W. H. Brinkley, superintendent. Driver, Va. ; G. Brinkley, 
secretary. Driver, Va. Enrollment, 115; all other purposes, $447.36. 

BEREA, IVGRFOLiK CO. — No pastor; Rev. W. C. Rook was pastor last year; M. W. 
Hollowell, clerk, Portsmouth, Va. Membership, 128. Received last year, 6. 
Church building valued at $3,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $500.00; all other purpot;es, $1,027.00. 

Sunday-school — W. T. Hodges, superintendent, Fentress, Va. ; Miss Nellie 
Whitehurst, secretary. Hickory, Va., R. R. 3. Enrollment, 93. 

BERKLEY, FIRST NORFOLK — Rev. J. F. Morgan, pastor; Rev. J. F. Morgan was 
pastor last year; E. H. Everton, clerk, Berkley Ward, Norfolk, Va. Member- 
ship, 403. Received last year, 44. Church building valued at $25,000.00. Full 
time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $2,000.00; all other purposes, 
$3,504.65. 

Sunday-school — J. O. Wiggs, superintendent, Berkley Ward, Norfolk, Va. ; Will 
H. Jones, secretary, Berkley Ward, Norfolk, Va. Enrollment. 335. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $703.42. 

BETHEL, KITTS HAMMOCK — Rev. R. S. Stephens, pastor; Rev. R. S. Stephens was 
pastor last year; Florence Kenton, clerk, Dover, Del. Membership, 76. Re- 
ceived last year, 1. Church building valued at $2,000.00. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $20.00; all other purposes, $108.65. 

Sunday-school — Van Tozbour, superintendent, Lebanon, Del.; Florence Kenton, 
secretary, Dover, Del. Enrollment, 38. Contributed to all other purposes, 
$8.94. 

BETHLEHEM — No pastor; Rev. E. T. Cotton was pastor last year; J. W^ Folk, 
clerk, Suffolk, Va. Membership, 356. Received last year, 28. Church building 
valued at $3,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral ser- 
vice, $550.00; all other purposes, $399.00. 

Sunday-school — W. B. Byrd, superintendent, Suffolk, Va., R. R. 3; Russell 
Taylor, secretary, Suffolk, Va. Enrollment. 142. Contributed to all other 
purposes, $163.23. 

BURTONS GROVE — No pastor; Rev. W. D. Harward was pastor last year; E. W. 
Carroll, clerk, Waketield, Va. Membership, 76. Church building valued at 
$800.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $175.00; all other purposes, $12!". 00. 
Sunday-school — W. O. Barlow, superintendent, W^akefield, Va. ; C. A. Brittle, 
secretary, Maury, Va. Enrollment, (1921) 41. Contributed to all other pur- 
poses; $125.00. 

CENTERVILLE — Rev. J. L. Foster, pastor; Rev. J. L. Foster was pastor last year; 

J. L. Moss, clerk. Disputanta, Va. Membership. 73. Received last year, 3. 

Church building valued at $1,200.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed 

to pastoral service, $177.00; all other purposes, $123.91. 

Sunday-school — G. W. Bain, superintendent, Disputanta, Va. ; B. F. Morris, 

secretary. Enrollment, 67. Contributed to all other purposes, $ .54. 

• 
CYPRESS CHAPEL — Rev. J. M. Roberts, pastor; Rev. J. M. Roberts was pastor 

last year; A. J. Harrell, clerk. Cypress Chapel, Va. Membership, 201. Received 

last year, 24. Church building valued at $2,000.00. Contributed to pastoral 

service, $400.00; all other purposes, $2.30. 

Sunday-school — Cyrus Brinkley, superintendent, Cyprus Chapel. Va. ; Mrs. Ella 

Rodgers, secretary. Cypress Chapel, Va. Enrollment, 100. 



228 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

DAMASCUS — No pastor; Rev. B. J. Earp was pastor last year; J. E. Corbitt, clerk. 
Sunbury, Va. Membership, 251. Received last year, 15. Church building- 
valued at $2,000.00. One-half time preaching-. Contributed to pastoral ser- 
vice. $400.00; all other purposes, $234.00. 

Sunday-.school — J. E. Corbitt, superintendent, Sunbury, Va. ; Miss Lucy 
Lassitei-, secretary, Sunbury, Va. Enrollment, 78. Contributed to all other 
purposes, $63.29. 

DKIVDRON — Rev. W. D. Harward, pastor; Rev. W. D. Harward was pastor last 
year; AVarren S. Barrett, clerk, Dendron. Va. Membership, 147. Received 
last year, 3. Church building- valued at $5,000.00. One-half time preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $441.00; all other purposes, $598.00. 
Sanday-!«chooI — E. T. Atkinson, superintendent. Dendron, Va. ; B. V. Hargrave, 
secretary, Dendron, Va. Enrollment, 170. 

DOVER — Rev. R. C. Helfenstein, pastor; Rev. R. C. Helfenstein was pastor last 
year; E. E. Benson, clerk, Dover, Del. Membership, 352. Received last year, 
102. Church building valued at $30,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $3,000.00; all other purposes, $10,294.70. 

Sunday-.school — John B. Hutton, superintendent, Dover, Del.; J. D. Satterfield, 
secretary, Dover, Del. Enrollment, 236. Contributed to all other purposes, 
$1,118.19. 

EURE — Rev. J. M. Roberts, pastor; Rev. J. M. Roberts was pastor last year; W. 
M. Parkman, clerk, Eure, Va. Membership, 182. Church building valued at 
$2,000.00. Contributed to pastoral service. $300.00; all other purposes, $126.00. 
Sunday-.sohooil — F. A. Eure, superintendent, Eure, Va. ; W. Linwood Askew, 
secretary, Eure, Va. Enrollment, 52. Contributed to all other purposes, 
$27.00. • 

FRANKLIN — Rev. C. K. Rowland, pastor; Rev. C. H. Rowland was pastor last 
year; W. A. Daug-herty, clerk, Franklin, Va. Membership, 266. Received last 
year, 13. Church building- valued at $30,000.00. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $2,500.00; all other purposes, $1,771.02. 

Sunday-.school — E. L. Beale, superintendent, Franklin, Va. ; Geo. E. Earnest, 
secretary. Franklin. Va. Enrollment, 247. Contributed to all other purposes, 
$662.65. 

HOLLAND — Rev. J. H. Lig-htbourne, pastor; Rev. J. P. Barrett was pastor last 
year; R. H. Reidel, clerk, Holland. Va. Membership, 336. Received last year, 
2. Church building- valued at $40,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $2,000.00; all other purposes, $8,216.58. 

Sunday-.school — I. A. Luke, superintendent, Holland, Va. ; E. J. Norfleet, sec- 
retarv, Holland, Va. Enrollment, 251. Contributed to all other purposes, 
$409.92. 

HOLY NECK — Rev. Wm. M. Jay, pastor; Rev. Wm. M. Jay was pastor last year; 
R. C. Norfleet, clerk, Holland, Va. Membership, 522. Received last year, 14. 
Church building valued at $12,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $2,000.00; all other purposes, $2,885.00. 

Sunday-.school — B. D. Jones, superintendent, Holland, Va., R. R. 1; Harvey L. 
Worrell, secretary, Holland. Va., R. R. 1. Enrollment, 247. Contributed to 
all other purposes, $415.42. 

ISLE OF AVIGHT — Rev. J. M. Roberts, pastor; Rev. J. M. Roberts was pastor last 
year; M. J. Whitley, clerk, Windsor, Va. Membership, 60. Received last year, 
9. Church building valued at $3,500.00. One-half time preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $300.00; all other purposes, $300.00. 
Sunday-school — M. J. Whitley, superintendent, Windsor, Va.; I. H. Turner, 
secretary. Isle of Wight, Va. Enrollment, 114. Contributed to all other 
purposes, $205.13. 

IVOR^ — Rev. W. B. Fuller, pastor; Rev. W. B. Fuller was pastor last year; E. R. 
Bryant, clerk, Ivor, Va. Membership, 51. Church building valued at $2,500.00. 
One-half time preaching-. Contributed t.o pastoral service, $250.00; all other 
purposes, $50.00. 

Sunday-school — E. N. Johnson, superintendent, Ivor, Va. ; E. R. Bryant, secre- 
tary, Ivor, Va. Enrollment, 51. 

JOHNSONS GROVE — Rev. "W. B. Fuller, pastor; Rev. W. B. Fuller was pastor 
last year; W. H. Joyner, clerk, Courtland, Va. Membership, 105. Received 
last year, 8. Church building valued at $1,800.00. One-half time pieaching-. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $250.00; all other purposes, $159.37. 
Sunday-school — Walter Vick, superintendent, Sedley, Va. ; H. P. Hancock, sec- 
retary, Sedley, Va. Enrollment, 74. Contributed to all other purposes, $34.68 



THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 229 



LIBERTY SPRING — Rev. I. W. Johnson, pastor; Rev. I. W. Johnson vv^as pastor 
last year: E B. Rawler, clerk, Suffolk, Va. Membership. 244. Church build- 
ing- valued at $10,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $500.00; all other purposes, $2,249.80. 

Sundnv-school — I. T. Bvrd, superintendent, Holland, Va., R. R. 2: Earnest 
Byrd. 'secretary, Holland, Va., R. R. 2. Enrollment, 141. Contributed to all 
other purposes, $100.00. 

MEMORIAL. CHRISTIAN TEMPLE — No pastor; Rev. J. H. Lightbourne was pastor 
last year; E. M. Albright, clerk, Norfolk, Va. Membership, 313. Full time 
preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,275.00; all other purposes, 
$2,452.33. 

Sunrtar-sohool — John J. Pitt, superintendent, Norfolk, Va. : F. M. Bremen, 
.secretary Norfolk, A'a. Enrollment, 313. Contributed to all other purposes, 
$874.75. 

The Norfolk Memorial Church organized and the building erected some time 
in the early nineties now closes its history as a separate organization: but 
its work still lives and will be continued in fellowship and influence with the 
Third Christian Church, of Norfolk, with which it is merged. 

MT. CAR^IEL — No pastor; Rev. E. T. Cotton was pastor last year; Otis D. Joyner, 
clerk, Walters, Va. Membership, 261. One-half time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $500.00; all other purposes, $287.60. 

Sunday-.scliool — Otis D. Joyner, superintendent, Walters, Va. ; E. W. Beebe, 
secretary, Zuni. Va. Enrollment, 200. Contributed to all other purposes, 
$191.79. 

MT. ZIOiV, ECLIPSE, VA. — No pastor; Rev. E. T. Cotton was pastor last year; Clara 
Queeds, clerk. Eclipse, Va. Membership. 48. Church building valued at 
$1,250.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $200.00; all 
other purposes. $70.00. 

Sunday-school — C. P. Hicks, superintendent. Eclipse, Va. ; Mrs. Cora Post, 
secretarv. Eclipse, Va. Enrollment, 64. Contributed to all other purposes, 
$30.00. 

XE\%' LEBANON — Rev. W. D. Harward, pastor; Rev. W. D. Harward was pastor 
last vear; Ollie V. Cockes, clerk, Elberon, Va. Contributed to pastoral service. 
$296.00; all other purposes. $283.00. 

Sunday-Kchool — Ollie V. Cockes. superintendent. Elberon, Xa..: O. J. Cockes. 
secretarv Elberon, Va. Enrollment. 80. Contributed to all other purposes. 
$65.00. 

NEWPORT NEWS — Rev. B. J. Earp. pastor: Rev. C. J. Felton was pastor *last 
year; W. L. Rilee, clerk, Newport News, Va. Membership, 254. Received 
last year, 22. Church building valued at $7,500.00. Full time preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $2,400.00; all other purposes, $879.37. 
Snnday-isehool — C. D. West, superintendent, Newport News, Va. ; Geo. D. Muin- 
ford. secretary, Newport News, Va. Enrollment, 188. Contributed to all other 
purposes, $651.31. 

NORFOLK, THIRD CHURCH — Rev. L. E. Smtih, pastor: Rev. L. E. Smith was 
pastor last year; W. L. Cooper, clerk. 717 E. 28th, St.. Norfolk. Va. Member- 
ship. 566. Received last year. 94. Church building valued at $9,700.00. Full 
time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $3,000.00; all other purposes, 
$13,045.87. 

Sundny-.school — A. B. Jarvis. superintendent. 110 30th St., Norfolk. Va. ; Logan 
McCloud. secretary. Colley and Sands Ave., Norfolk. Va. Enrollment, 494. 
Contributed to all other purposes. $1,786.44. 

OAK GROVE — No pastor: Rev. J. M. Roberts was pastor last year; W. C. Beaman, 
clerk. Savage. Va. Membership. 82. Monthly preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service. $150.00; all other purposes. $61.00. 

Sunday-school — J. G. Liles. superintendent, Sunbury, N. C. ; Mathias Copland, 
secretarv. Sunburv. N. C. Enrollment, 69. Contributed to all other purposes, 
$29.60. 

OAKLAND — Rev. I. W. Johnson, pastor: Rev. I. "\V. Johnson was pastor last year; 
A. L. Beale, clerk, Suffolk, Va. Membership. 324. Received last year, 30. 
Church building valued at $3,500.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $550.00. 

Sunday-school — W. K. Wagner, superintendent, Suffolk, Va., R. R. 4; AVayland 
Joyner, secretary, Suffolk, Va., R. R. 4. Enrollment, 223. Contributed to all 
other purposes, $321.37. 

OLD ZION — Rev. W. H. Garman, pastor; Rev. W. H. Garman was pastor last year; 
^V. :M. Gunter, clerk, Norfolk, Va. Membership. 213. Received last year, 55. 



230 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

Church building: valued at $10,000.00. Full time preaching-. Contributed to 

pastoral service, $1,820.00; all other purposes, $2,042.93. 

Sunday-.school — W. M. Gunter, superintendent, Norfolk, Va. ; C. C. Etheridg-e, 

secretary, Norfolk, Va. Enrollment, 416. Contributed to all other purposes, 

$500.00. 

PORTSMOUTH — Rev. W. L. Wells, pastor; Revs. H. W. Dowding and H. S. Smith 
were pastors last year; Mrs. C. J. Ellis, clerk, Portsmouth, Va. Membership, 
164. Church building valued at $40,000.00. One-half time preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $1,155.84; all other purposes, $4,593.03. 
SuncIay-!s<>hool — B. T. Collins, superintendent, 339 N. Cook St., Portsmouth, 
Va. ; J. S. Wright, secretary, 709 Washington St., Portsmouth, Va. Enrollment, 
148. Contributed to all other purposes, $702.64. 

RICHMOND — Rev. W. T. Walters, pastor; Rev. W. T. Walters v^^as pastor last 
year; John E. Carr, clerk, Richmond, Va., 1713 Porter St. Membership, 101. 
Received last year, IS. Church building valued at $16,800.00. Full time 
preaching. Contributed to all other purposes, $3,002.64. 

Sanday-school — J. W. Buttle, superintendent, 2003 Parks Ave., Richmond, Va. ; 
J. F. Kernodle, secretarv, 1012 E. Marshall St., Richmond, Va. Enrollment, 
56. 

ROSEMONT — Rev. W. C. Hook, pastor; Rev. G. O. Lankford and W. C. Hook were 
pastors last year; B. M. Herbert, clerk, Buell, Va. Church building valued at 
$12,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,487.77; 
all other purposes, $3,220.90. 

Sunday-school — H. C. Headley, superintendent, Buell, Va. ; R. B. Rowland, 
secretary, Buell, Va. Enrollment, 228. Contributed to all other purposes, 
$1,030.10. 

ST. PAULS, ^VYOMIIVG. DEL,. — Membership, 63. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$7.93; all other purposes, $50.00. 

Sunday-school — Samuel Sapp, superintendent, Wyoming, Del.; A. M. Smith, 
secretary, AVyoming, Del. Enrollment, 39. 

ST. LUKES, DOVER, DEL. — Rev. R. S. Stephens, pastor; Rev. R. S. Stephens was 
pastor last year; Elva C. Poore, clerk, Dover, Del. Membership. 24. Church 
building valued at $700.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $26.90; all other purposes, $332.35. 

Sunday-school — A. H. Bayer, superintendent, Dover, Del.; Elva C. Poore, sec- 
retary, Dover, Del. Enrollment, 75. Contributed to all other purposes, 
$1,346.00. 

SAR^M — Rev. J. M. Roberts, pastor; Rev. J. M. Roberts was pastor last year; 
W. J. Felton, clerk. Gates, Va. Membership, 56. Received last year, 6. 
Church building valued at $1,000.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $100.00; 
all other purposes, $45.00. 

SPRING HILL — Rev. J. L. Foster, pastor; Rev. J. L. Foster was pastor last year; 
C. C. Richardson, clerk, "Waverly. Va. Membership, 77. Received last year, 1. 
Church building valued at $3,000.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $221.00; all other purposes, $293.89. 

Sunday-school — J. T. White, superintendent. Waverly, Va. ; V. H. Hines, secre- 
tary, Waverly, Va. Enrollment. 75. Contributed to all other purposes, $76.51. 

SUFFOLK — Rev. W. W. Staley, pastor; Rev. W. W. Staley was pastor last year; 
J. D. McClenney, clerk, Suffolk, Va. Membership, 1,056. Received last year, 
24. Church building valued at $60,000.00. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$2,400.00; all other purposes, $10,843.58. 

Sunday-school — W. S. Beaman. superintendent, Suffolk, Va. ; O. S. Smith, sec- 
retary, Suffolk, Va. Enrollment, 653. Contributed to all other purposes, 
$1,482.47. 

UNION. SOUTHAMPTON — Rev. M. B. Fuller, pastor; Rev. M. B. Puller was pastor 
last year; B. Drake, clerk, Franklin, Va. Membership, 145. Received last 
year, 6. Church building valued at $2,500.00. One-half time preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $189.05; all other purposes, $151.05. 
Sunday-school — L. W. Vaughn, superintendent, Franklin, Va. ; D. M. Joyner, 
secretary, Franklin, Va. Enrollment, 70. Contributed to all other purposes, 
$48.11. 

UNION, SLTRRY — Rev. W. D. Harward, pastor; Rev. W. D. Harward was pastor 
last year; R. F. Brittle, clerk, Dendron, Va. Membership, 65. Received last 
year. 8. Church building valued at $1,540.00. One-half time preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $180.00; all other purposes, $107.00. 
Sunday-school — R. F. Brittle, superintendent, Dendron, Va. ; T. S. Wren, secre- 
tary, Dendron, Va. Enrollment, 29. Contributed to all other purposes, $84.68. 



THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 231 

■WAKEFIELiP — Rev. W. D. Harward, pastor; Rev. W. D. Harward was pastor last 
year; R. F. Daug-herlv, clerk, Wakefield, Va. Membership, 104. Received 
"last year, 2. Church building- valued at ?6,000.00. One-half time preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $408.00; all other purposes, $502.71. 
Sunday-school — J. H. Harris, superintendent, Wakefield, Va. ; Thomas Have- 
lock, 'secretary, Wakefield, Va. Enrollment, 92. Contributed to all other 
purposes, $200. 8G. 

WAVERLY' — Rev. J. L. Foster, pastor; Rev. J. L. Foster was pastor last year; 
R. T. West, clerk, Waverly, Va. Membership, 286. Church building valued 
at $10,000.00. Full time preaching. Contributed to pastoral service. $1,252.00; 
all other purposes, $93.92. 

Sunda>-.sehool — J. F. West, superintendent, Waverly, Va. ; W. H. Ford, sec- 
retary, Waverly, Va. Enrollment, 240. Contributed to all other purposes, 
$260.00. 

WINDSOR — No pastor; Rev. E. T. Cotton was pastor last year; A. S. Roberts, 
clerk, Windsor, Va. Membership. 100. Received last year, 15. Church build- 
ing valued at $4,000.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $200.00; all other 
purposes, $225.00. 

Sunday-iichool — Lorenzo Bailey (1921), superintendent, Windsor, Va. ; A. S. 
Roberts (1921), secretary, Windsor, Va. Enrollment, 80.. Contributed to all 
other purposes, $50.00. 

SrMMARY — Ordained ministers, 26; Churches, 43; Membership, 8,859. Contribu- 
tions: Pastoral service, $33,061.20; all other purposes, $78,562.13. Sunday- 
schools, 42; Enrollment, 6,629. Total contributions reported, $110,913.43. 

GEORGIA AND ALABAMA 

(Reported by Secretary Hill) 

Session of 1921 — North Highland Church. 
Session of 1922 — East Lagrange Church. 

Oflieer.s — Rev. R. F. Brown, 1020 Park Place, Columbus, Ga. — President. 
Rev. H. M. Gray, Lanett, Ala. — Vice-President. 
Rev. J. F. Hill, Girard, Ala. — Secretary. 
H. B. Floyd, Chipley, Ga. — Treasurer. 

Committees for 1921-1922 — Executive — Revs. R. F." Brown, H. M. Gray, P. L. Duke. 
Education — Revs. R. F. Brown, H. M. Gray, H. W. Elder. 
Home Missions — H. W. Elder, T. J. Holland, D. S. Hogg. 
Foreign Missions — H. M. Gray, P. L. Duke, C. W. Hanson. 
Sunday-school — W. W^ Willingham, F. D. Dixon, A. S. McDowell. 
Christian Endeavor — Mrs. R. F. Brown, L. S. Robbins. 
Moral Reform — C. W. Hanson, T. W. Gray, D. A. Evans. 
Religious Literature — J. F. Hill, C. L. Ruse, Ellis Eastenwood. 
Superannuation — T. J. Holland, J. F. Hill, G. F. Partridge. 

Mliii.sters — McAbee, A. N., Crump Park, Ga. 

Brown, R. F., 1020 Park Place, Columbus, ^1'"^,"^^^ "^ ^V, J^^"'^' '^'''" 

Q Short, C. E., Chipley, Ga. 

Carter, W. E., 544 7th Ave., Phoenix, Ala. Licentiate!* — 

Coulter, Roy D., Shawmut, Ala. Deese, Thomas, Richland, Ga. 

Duke. P. L., Phoenix, Ala., R. R. 1. Eastenwood, EUjs, 703 Forest Ave., La- 

Dixon, F. D., Anderson, S. C. grange, Ga. 

Denham, J. A., Lanett, Ala., Box C. McDonnell, A. S., Dunson Mills, Lagrange, 

Elder, H. W., Richland, Ga. Ga. 

Elder, W. W., India Head, Md. Reese, C. L., 903 S. Park Ave., Lagrange, 

Evans, D. A., Anderson, S. C. Ga. 

Garrison, J. D. Short, J. W. 

Gray, H. M., Lanett, Ala. Toney, H. H., Lagrange, Ga. 

Gray. T. W., Fairfax, Ala. Willingham, W. W., 305 29th St., Columbus, 

Hanson, C. W., 275 Forest Ave., Lagrange, Ga. 

Ala. Wilkinson, W. D., River View, Ala. 

Church, Pastor, Clerk, Offerings, Organizations 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

AMBROSE — Rev. H. W. Elder, pastor; Rev. H. W. Elder was pastor last year; C. 
D. Boggan, Sr., clerk, Ambrose, Ga. Membership, 46. Church building valued 
at $6,000.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $300.00; For- 
eign Missions, $4.00; Home Missions, $6.00; Education, $2.00; all other 
purposes, $390.58. 
Sunday-school — H. B. Vickers, superintendent, Ambrose, Ga. ; C. D. Boggan, 



232 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

secretary, Ambrose, Ga. Enrollment, 50. Contributed to all other purposes, 
$63.58. 

ANDERSON — Rev. D. A. Evans, pastor; No pastor last year; T. G. Gray, clerk, 
Anderson, S. C. Membership, 34. 
This is a new church. 

BEULAH — Rev. P. Li. Duke, pastor; Rev. P. L. Duke was pastor last year; W. M. 
Warren, clerk. Phoenix, Ala. Membership, 63. Church building- valued at 
$2,000.00. Preaching- every Sunday. Contributed to pastoral service, $411.60; 
Foreign Missions, $7.50; Home Missions, $12.15; Education, $5.50; all other 
purposes, $119.64. 

Sunday-school — J. B. Kinsey, superintendent. Phoenix, Ala.; W. L. Chadwick, 
secretary. Phoenix, Ala. Enrollment, 100. Contributed to all other purposes, 
$108.16. 

Christian Endeavor — Not fully organized. Miss Cleo Chadwick, secretary. 
Phoenix, Ala. 

DUXSON — No pastor; Rev. C. W. Hanson was pastor last year; H. L. Woodham, 
clerk. Lag-range, Ga. Membership, 24. Contributed to all other purposes, 
$35.00. 
This is a new church. 

ENIGMA — Rev. H. W. Elder, pastor; Rev. H. W. Elder was pastor last year. 
Membership, 75. Church building valued at $1,600.00. Contributed to Foreign 
Missions, $1.50; Home Missions, $2.50; Education, $1.50. 
Sunday-.school — (No report.) 
Partial report from this church. 

EAST LAGRANGE} — No pastor; No pastor last year; W. M. Crowder, clerk. La- 
g-range, Ga. Membership, 36. Church building- valued at $500.00. Preaching- 
two Sundays per month. Contributed to all other purposes, $45.00. 
SundayN-chool — VVm. Crowder, superintendent, 117 Ware St., Lagrange, Ga. ; 
Fannie Swan, secretary, 124 Gardner St., Lagrange, Ga. Enrollment, 60. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $44.58. 

KITE — Rev. H. W. Elder, pastor; Rev. H. W. Elder was pastor last year; G. M. 
Knight, clerk, Kite. Ga. Membership, 38. Church building valued at $1,500.00. 
Monthly preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $205.00; Foreign Mis- 
sions, $5.76; Home Missions, $8.64; Education, $3.76; all other purposes, $75.00. 
Sunday-.school — J. S. Stephenson, superintendent. Kite, Ga. ; Miss Lois Weeks, 
secretary. Kite, Ga. Enrollment, 82. Contributed to all other purposes, $67.16. 

LAGRANGE — Rev. C. W. Hanson, pastor; Rev. C. W^. Hanson was pastor last year; 
W'. H. Abbett, clerk, Lagrange, Ga. Membership, 249. Church building 
valued at $5,000.00. Preaching two Sundays a month. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $224.00; Foreign Missions, $23.00; Home Missions, $35.22; Education, 
$14.00; all other purposes, $102.00. 

Sunday-school — J. J. House, superintendent, Lagrange, Gai ; Miss Lottie 
Humphrey, secretary, Lagrange, Ga. Enrollment, 190. Contributed to all 
other purposes, $281.56. 

LANGDALE — Rev. H. M. Gray, pastor; Rev. H. M. Gray was pastor last year; 
Rubin Elder, clerk, Langdale, Ala. Membership, 36. Monthly preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $94.60. 
Suniiay-.school — Union. 
This is a new church. 

L.ANETT — Rev. H. M. Gray, pastor; Rev. H. M. Gray was pastor last year; A. L. 
Cox, clerk, Laneti, Ala. Membership, 104. Church building valued at 
$2,500.00. Preaching twice a month. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$1,015.50; Foreign Missions, $15.00; Home Missions, $20.00; Education, $10.00; 
all other purposes, $60.04. 

Sunday-school — J. T. Cox, superintendent, Lanett, Ala.; Lucious Mobley, 
secretary, Lanett, Ala. Enrollment, 231. Contributed to all other purposes, 
$238.54. 

NORTH HIGHLANDS — Rev. A. H. Sheppard, pastor; Rev. A. H. Sheppard was 
pastor- last year; R. F. Wilkinson, clerk, 2949 3d Ave., Columbus, Ga. Mem- 
bership, 53. Church building valued at $4,000.00. Weekly preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $540.00; Foreign Missions, $3.00; Home Missions, 
$4.50; Education, $3.25; all other purposes, $190.50. 

Sunday-school — W. W. Willingham, superintendent, 305 29th St. Columbus, 
Ga. ; Helen Stewart, secretary, 2908 2d Ave., Columbus, Ga. Enrollment, 60 
Contributed to all other purposes, $122.76. 



THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 233 

OAK GROVE3 — No pastor; Rev. E. M. Carter was pastor last year; H. B. Floyd, 
clerk, Chipley. Ga. Membership, 204. Church building- valued at $2,500.00. 
Monthly preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, $139.45; Foreign Mis- 
sions, $3.00; Home Missions, $5.00; Education, $2.00; all other purposes, $40.00. 
Sunday-school — Clarence S-wanson, superintendent, Chipley, Ga. ; Agnes Tuck- 
er, secretary, Chipley, Ga. Enrollment, 90. Contributed to all other purposes, 
$30.00. 

PROVIDENCE CHAPEL — No pastor; Rev. E. M. Carter was pastor last year; 
Roy L. Bishop, clerk, Richland, Ga. Membei'ship, 60. Chuich building valued 
at $500.00. Parsonage valued at $199.60. Monthly preaching. Contributed 
to all other purposes. $20.00. 

RICHLAND — Rev. H. W. Elder, pastor; Rev. H. W. Elder was pastor last year; 
J. R. Godfrey, clerk, Richland, Ga. Membership, 45. Church building valued 
at $2,500.00. Parsonage valued at $3,000.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $150.00. 

Sunday-school — D. S. Hogg, superintendent, Richland, Ga.; J. H. Abell, sec- 
retary, Richland, Ga. Enrollment, 35; ail other purposes, $44.10. 

ROSE HILL — Rev. R. F. Brown, pastor; Rev. R. F. Brown was pastor last year; 
Susie Kate Haughton. clerk, Columbus, Ga. Membership, 60. Church build- 
ing valued at $15,000.00. Parsonage valued at $5,000.00. Weekly preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $500.40; Foreign Missions, $7.68; Home Mis- 
sions, $11.52; Education, $5.04; all other purposes, $1,742.92. 

Sunday-school — Walter Dunson, superintendent, 2520 Hamilton Ave., Colum- 
bus, Ga. ; Miss Alymin Goowin, secretary, 2714 Hamilton Ave., Columbus, Ga. 
Enrollment, 121. Contributed to all other purposes, $205.34. 
Christian Endeavor — (No report.) 

UNION — Rev. H. W^. Elder, pastor; Rev. H. W. Elder was pastor last year; Miss 
Mary Joe Halloman, clerk, Richland, Ga. Membership, 22. Church building 
valued at $1,000.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $55.00. 

VANCEVILLE — Rev. H. W. Elder, pastor; Rev. H. W. Elder was pastor last year; 
W. A. Hand, clerk, Tifton, Ga., R. R. 5. Membership, 30. Church building 
valued at $3,000.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to Foreign Missions, 
$1.50; Home Missions, $2.25; Education, $1.50. 

Sunday-school — W. A. Hand, superintendent, Tifton, Ga., R. R. 5; Miss Lillian 
Hand, secretary, Tifton, Ga., R. R. 5. Enrollment, 81. Contributed to all 
other purposes, $3i00. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 16; Licentiates. 8; Churches, 17; Membership. 
1,179. Contributions: Pastoral service, $3,635.55; Education, $48.55; Foreig-n 
Missions, $71.94; Home Missions, $107.78; all other purposes, $2,820.68. Sun- 
day-schools, 13; Enrollment, 1,100. Christian Endeavor Societies, 2. Total 
contributions reported, $6,684.50. 

NORTH CAROLINA 

(Reported by Rev. C. B. Riddle) 

Session of 1921 — Danville. Va. 
Session of 1922 — Hines Chapel. 

Officers — Rev. R. L. Williamson, Henderson, N. C. — President. 
Rev. G. O. Lankford, Burlington, N. C- — ^Vice-President. 
J. A. Dickey, Elon College, N. C. — Secretary. 
Rev. J. \\'. Patton, Greensboro, N. C. — Assistant Secretary. 
W. J. Ballentine, Puquay Springs, N. C. — Treasurer. 

Committee Chairmen — W. K. Holt, Burlington, N. C. — Apportionments. 
W. A. Harper, Blon College, N. C. — Christian Union. 
Rev. N. G. Newman, Elon College, N. C. — Education. 
Rev. R. L. William.son, Henderson, N. C. — Executive. 
Rev. P. T. Klapp, Elon College, N. C— Foreign Missions. 
Rev. C. E. Newman, Virgilina, Va. — Grievances. 
Rev. R. L. Williamson, Henderson, N. C. — Home Mission Board. 
Rev. G. R. Underwood, Bennett, N. C. — ^Memoirs. 
Rev. J. Lee Johnson, Fuquay Spring's, N. C. — Moral Reform. 
Rev. C. B. Riddle, Burlington, N. C. — Program. 

C. H. Stephenson, Raleigh, N. C. — Sunday-schools and Christian Endeavor. 
Rev. J. F. Apple, Burlington, N. C, R. R. — Tabulation. 
Mrs. W. H. Carroll, Burlington, N. C. — "Woman's Board. 
Rev. C. B. Kiddle, Burlington, N. C. — Rellg^ious Literature. 
Hon. K. B. Johnson, Cardenas, N. C. — Superannuation. 



234 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

Ministers — Newman, N. G., Elon College, N. C. 
Apple, J. F.. Burlington, N. C. ^?"°"' f ,^- Greensboro. N. C. 
Atkinson, J. O., Elon College, N. C. ^"1"'^ ^ • ^\-; Kernersville, N. C. 
Garden, J. S., Durham N. C. Rainey E. H.. Yale Station, New Haven, 
Clem, H. R., Greensboro. N. C. „•,?,""" ^ r, x, .- -vt ^ 
Clements. W. G.. Morrisville, N. C. ?'^'^®' ?■ ?•• ^"^''"^**'":. ^ ^• 
Dawson, T. B., Burlington, N. C. f.'^'^P]'^' Herbert Macon. N. C. 
Edwards. W. J.. Coleridge, N. C. Smitb, 11. S., Box 1183, Yale Station. New 
Fleming, P. H.. Burlington, N. C. ^ haven Conn. ^, , . , „ . 
Fogleman, L. W., Worthville, N. C. Truitt, J. G., Princeton Theological Semi- 
Franks. J. E., Gary, N. C, R. R. 2. ,."t'"^' ^"nceton. N. J. 
Green. G. J.. Morrisville. N. C. Underwood. G R Bennett. N. C. 
Green, T. J.. Ramseur. N. C. ^*' ""^V./'t^'V,^'"" ^°V^^; ^- ^• 
Hardcastle, H. S., Yale Station, New Haven, Wells. W. L., Portsmouth, Va. 
Cqj^jj White, T. E., Sanford, N. C. 

Holt, J. W.. Burlington. N. C, R. R. ^r'-'^Y"''' iv °;,' ^^^"""^A ^- ^- -kt ^ 

Hayes, W. N., Seagrove. N. C, R. R. ^ll?}^''''' ^- S" .^'°?t C°i'®^^' N- O. 

Harrell, Stanley C, Durham, N. C. Williamson, R. L Henderson N C. 

Howard, B. J., Chapel Hill, N. C. Wyrick, L. L.. Elon College, N. C. 

Iseley, A. F., Burlington. N. C. R. R. 8. Licentiates — 

Johnson, J. Lee, Fuquay Springs, N. C. Bradshaw, Elisha, Portsmouth. Va. 

Klapp. P. T., Elon College, N. C, R. R. Coble, R. H., Burlington. N. C. R. R. 5. 

Knight. J. Vincent, Raleigh, N. C. Crutchfield, G. C, Elon College, N. C. 

Knight, J. W., Stokesdale, N. C. Lynam. Sion M., Elon College. N. C. 

Lester, F. C, Box 1184, Yale Station, New Martin, W. C, Capelsie, N. C. 

Haven, Conn. McKinney, D. T., Lillington. N. C. 

Long, D. A., Raleigh, N. C. Scott, W. T., Elon College. N. C. 

Long, W. S., Chapel Hill, N. C. Sorrell, M. T., Elon College, N. C. 

McCauley. J. E., Halifax. Va. Smith. R. O., Elon College. N. C. 

Newman. C. E.. Virgilina. Va. Underwood, I. T., Altamahaw, N. C. 
Newman. J. U., Elon College. N. C. 

ADDOR — (1921) — Rev. G. R. Underwood, pastor; No pastor last year; Miss Elsie 
Addor. clerk, Addor. N. C. Membership. 22. Church building- valued at 
$3,000.00. 

Sanday-school — Miss Elsie Addor, superintendent, Addor. N. C; Miss Clyde 
Keith, secretary. Addor, N. C. EnroUment, 15. 

A]IIE:lia — Rev. G. J. Green, pastor; Rev. J. E. McCauley was pastor last year; 
B. H. Phelps, clerk, Clayton, N. C. Membership, 64. Church building- valued 
at $800.00. Monthly preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, $112.00. 
Snnday-scliool — B. H. Phelps, superintendent, Clayton, N. C; E. H. Adams, 
secretary, Clayton, N. C. Enrollment, 43. 

ANTIOCH — Rev. W. N. Hayes, pastor; Rev. W. N. Hayes was pastor last year; 
Annie Owens, clerk, Seag-rove, N. C. Membership, 64. Received last year. 22. 
Church building valued at $600.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $47.85. 

Sunday-.sehool — J. H. Fox. superintendent, Moffltt. N. C; Ora Brady, secretary, 
Moffltt, N. C. Enrollment, 80. 

ANTIOCH (C) — Rev. Sion M. Lynam, pastor; Rev. Sion M. Lynam was pastor last 
year; Mrs. O. M. Dorsette, clerk, Cumnock. N. C, R. R. 1. Membership, 94. 
Received last year, 2. Church building valued at $2,000.00. Monthly preach- 
ing. Contributed to pastoral service, $100.00. 

Sanday-school — A. G. Glnter, superintendent, Cumnock, N. C, Rt. 1; Mattie 
Eva Dorsett, secretary, Cumnock, N. C. Enrollment, 63. 

AlVTIOCH (\%') — Rev. D. A. Long, pastor; No pastor last year; Mrs. Albert Del- 
bridge, clerk, Littleton, N. C, R. R. Membership, 130. Church building valued 
at $500.00. 

Sunday-school — Sam Taylor, superintendent, Elams, N. C. ; Mrs. Jennie Rainey 
Baird, secretary, Gasburg, N. C. Enrollment, 30. 

APPLES CHAPEL — Rev. C. E. Gerringer, pastor; Rev. J. F. Apple was pastor last 
year; D. E. Michael, clerk, McLeansville, N. C. Membership, 266. Received 
last year, 16. Church building- valued at $10,000.00. Monthly preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $323.00. 

Sunday-school — J. A. Cook, superintendent. Browns Summit. N. C. ; Miss Ollie 
Brown, secretary. Gibsonville, N .C. Enrollment, 60. 

ASHBORO — (1921) — No pastor; No pastor last year; F. M. Wright, clerk, Ash- 
boro, N. C. Membership, 28. 

AUBTTRN — Rev. J. V. Knight, pastor; Rev. J. V. Knight was pastor last year; J. I. 
Branch, clerk. Auburn, N. C. Membership, 87. Received last year, 7. Church 
building valued at $800.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $150.00. 



THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 235 

Sunday-school — J. I. Branch, superintendent. Auburn, N. C: Earlie Jones, 
secretary, Auburn, N. C. Enrollment, 59. 

BKLiK^V CREEK — Rev. Sion M. Lynam. pastor; Rev. Sion M. Lynam was pastor 
last year; V. O. Roberson, clerk, Belew Creek, N. C. Membership. 105. Re- 
ceived last year, 4. Church building- valued at $1,000.00. Monthly preaching-. 
Contributed to pastoral service, .$100.50. 

Sunday-school — J. W. Strader, superintendent, Belew Creek, N. C. ; Mrs. T. J. 
Preston, secretary, Belew Creek, N. C. Enrollment, 60. 

BENNETT — Rev. G. R. Underwood, pastor; Rev. G. R. Underwood was pastor 
last year; W. A. Ward, clerk, Bennett, N. C. Membership, 45. Church build- 
ing valued at $2,500.00. Monthly preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$100.00. 

Sunday-schoiol — C. R. Scotten, superintendent, Bennett, N. C. ; J. W. Beane, 
secretary, Bennett, N. C. Enrollment, 50. 

BEREA — No pastor; Rev. R. O. Smith was pastor last year; B. M. Bennett, clerk. 
Altamahaw, N. C. Membership, 132. Received last year, 10. Church building 
valued at $3,000.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$250.00. 

Sunday-school — J. V. Simpson, superintendent, Altamahaw, N. C; E. D. Taylor, 
secretary, Altamahaw, N. C. Enrollment, 164. 

BETHEL (C> — Rev. J. S. Carden, pastor; Rev. J. S. Carden was pastor last year; 
J. F. O'Ferrell, clerk. Union Ridge, N. C. Membership, 118. Received last 
year, 8. Church building valued at $1,700.00. Monthly preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $225.00. 

BETHEL (W) — Rev. J. E. Franks, pastor; Rev. J. E. Franks was pastor last year; 
L. C. Mann, clerk. New Hill, N. C. Membership, 81. Received last year, 13. 
Church building valued at $2,000.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $125.00. 

Sunday-school — W. S. Johnson, superintendent, New Hill, N. C; R. R. Marks, 
secretary, New Hill, N. C. Enrollment, 73. 

BETHLEHEM (A) — Rev. J. W. Holt, pastor; Rev. J. W. Holt was pastor last year; 
Clyde Iseley, clerk, Burlington, N. C. Membership, 343. Received last year, 
16. Church building valued at $4,000.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $300.00. 

Sunday-school — C. H. Sutton, superintendent, Altamahaw, N. C. ; Miss Annie 
Michael, secretary, Altamahaw, N. C. Enrollment, 132. 

BETHLEHEM (W) — Rev. Bljsha Bradshaw, pastor; Rev. J. D. Wicker was pastor 
last year; Miss Mae Shearon, clerk, Littleton, N. C. Membership, 61. Received 
last year, 12. Church building valued at $500.00. Monthly preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $19.56. 

Sunday-school — II. E. Saddler, superintendent, Macon, N. C. ; Wilton Moseley, 
secretary, Littleton, N. C. Enrollment, 35. 

BEULAH — Rev. J. E. Franks, pastor; Rev. J. D. Wicker was pastor last year; 
J. E. Edwards, clerk, "Wake Forest, N. C. Membership, 108. Received last 
7. Church building valued at $10,000.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $200.00. 

Snuday-school — J. B. Edwards, superintendent. Wake Forest, N. C. ; H. E. 
Perry, secretary, Youngsville, N. C. Enrollment, 67. 

BIG OAK — No pastor; Rev. T. J. Green was pastor last year; W. P. Copeland, 
clerk. Eagle Springs, N. C. Membership, 138. Received last year, 7. Church 
building valued at $600.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
pastoral service, $200.00. 

Sunday-school — W. P. Copeland, superintendent. Eagle Springs, N. C. En- 
rollment, 50. 

BROWNS CHAPEL — No pastor; Rev. W. N. Hayes was pastor last year; Tola 
Sanders, clerk. Spies, N. C. Membership, 165. Received last year, 5. Church 
building valued at $500.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $72.80. 

Sunday-school — E. E. McNeil, superintendent. Spies, N. C. : Jannette Allen, 
secretary. Spies, N. C. Enrollment, 30. 

BURLINGTON — Rev. G. O. Lankford, pastor; Rev. G. O. Lankford was pastor last 
year; Jas. P. Montgomery, clerk, Burlington, N. C. IMembership. 394. Re- 
ceived last year, 14. Church building valued at $100,000.00. Weekly preach- 
ing. Contributed to pastoral service, $2,011.40. 

Sunday-school — John R. Foster, superintendent, Burlington, N. C; C. V. 
Sellars, secretary, Burlington, N. C. Enrollment, 355. 



236 THECHRISTIANANNUAL 

CATAWBA SPRINGS — Rev. J. Lee Johnson, pastor; Rev. J. Lee Johnson was 
pastor last year; B. F. Branch, clerk, Raleig-h, N. C, R. R. 3. Membership, 
175. Received last year, 17. Church building- valued at $1,800.00. Preaching 
twice a month. Costributed to pastoral service, $300.00. 

Snntlay-sehool — N. "VV. Mann, superintendent. Apex, N. C, Rt. 2; B. F. Branch, 
secretary, Raleigh, N. C. Enrollment, 94. 

CEIVTER GROVE — Rev. B. J. Howard, pastor; Rev. B. J. Howard was pastor 
last year; R. L. "White, clerk, Moncure, N. C. Memb€rship, 42. Received last 
year, 2. Church building valued at $600.00. Monthly preaching-. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $133.00. 

CHAPEL. HILL. — Rev. B. J. Howard, pastor; Rev. B. J. Howard was pastor last 
year; E. W. Neville, clerk. Chapel Hill, N. C. Membership, 86. Received last 
year, 9. Church building- valued at $40,000.00. Preaching first, second, and 
fouith Sundays. Contributed to pastoral service, $,510.00. 

Sunday-school — Herbert Neville, superintendent. Chapel Hill, N. C. ; N. A. 
Catlette, secretary, Chapel Hill, N. C. Enrollment, 82. 

CHRISTIAN CHAPEL, — Rev. J. E. Franks, pastor; Rev. J. E. Pranks was pastor 
last year; Marcellus G. Woodell, clerk. Merry Oaks, N. C. Membership, 155. 
Received last year, 6. Church building- valued at $2,000.00. Monthly preach- 
ing-. Contributed to pastoral service, $200.00. 

Snnday-.school — E. R. Cotten, superintendent. New Hill, N. C. ; B. V. Dickens, 
secretary, Corinth, N. C. Enrollment, 53. 

CHRISTIAN LIGHT — Rev. J. Lee Johnson, pastor; Rev. J. Lee Johnson was pastor 
last year; E. M. Blanchard, clerk, Kipling, N. C. Membership, 77. Received 
last year, 7. Church building valued at $1,500.00. Monthly preaching-. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $80.00. 

Sunday-school — J. R. Brown, superintendent, Kipling, N. C; E. C. Blanchard, 
secretary, Kipling, N. C. Enrollment, 50. 

CHRISTIAN ITiviON — (1921) — No pastor; No pastor last year; Miss Lela Craven, 
clerk. Steeds, N. C. Membership, 58. Church building- valued at $1,000.00. 

CONCORD — Rev. L. L. Wyrick, pastor; Rev. L. L. Wyrick was pastor last year; 
G. G. Anderson, clerk, Altamahaw, N. C. Membership, 67. Received last year, 
5. Church building- valued at $700.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $124.45. 

DAMASCl^S — Rev. P. T. Klapp, pastor; Rev. P. T. Klapp was pastor last year; 
J. ^V. Poythress, clerk. Chapel Hill, N. C. Membership, 105. Received last 
year, 5. Church building- valued at $2,500.00. Monthly preaching-. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $300.00. 

Sunday-.school — T. C. Lindsay, superintendent. Chapel Hill. N. C; Brady Mc- 
Leanon, secretary. Chapel Hill, N. C. Enrollment, 125. 

DANVILLE, VA. — Rev. P. T. Klapp, pastor; Rev. B. J. Earp was pastor last year; 
N. D. Jarrett, clerk. Danville, Va. Membership, 120. Received last year, 22. 
Church building- valued at $5,000.00. Preaching- twice monthly. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $430.00. 

Sunday-school — J. S. Sivetes, superintendent, Danville, Va. ; N. D. Jarrett, 
secretai-y, Danville, Va. Enrollment, 198. 

DURHAM — Rev. Stanley C. Harrell, pastor; Rev. Stanley C. Harrell was pastor 
last year; R. J. Kernodle, clerk, Durham, N. C. Membership, 324. Received 
last year, 35. Church building- valued at $15,000.00. Weekly preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $2,000.00. 

Sunday-school — D. L. Boone, superintendent, Durham, N. C. ; J. L. Harward, 
secretary, Durham, N. C. Enrollment, 262. 

EBENEZER — Rev. D. A. Long, pastor; Rev. S. M. Lynam was pastor last year; 
M. J. Carlton, clerk, Raleig-h, N. C, R. R. 6. Membership, 158. Received last 
year, 3. Church building valued at $500.00. Monthly preaching-. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $119.25. 

Sunday-school' — M. J. Carlton, superintendent, Raleig-h, N. C, Rt. 6; R. L. 
Carlton, secretary, Raleig-h, N. C, Rt. 6. Enrollment, 98. 

ELON COLLEGE — Revs. N. G. Newman and J. "W. Wellons, pastors; Revs. N. G. 
Newman and J. W. Wellons were pastors last year; Mrs. W. P. Lawrence, 
clerk, Elon College, N. C. Membership, 208. Received last year, 21. Weekly 
preaching-. Contributed to pastoral service, $1,950.00. 

Sunday-school — C. M. Cannon, superintendent, Elon Colleg-e, N. C; Miss Eunice 
Rich, secretary, Elon College, N. C. Enrollment, 490. 



THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 237 

KTHBR — Rev. L. I>. Wyrick, pastor; Rev. L. L. Wyrick was pastor last year; 
Eula Freeman, clerk, Ether, N. C. Membership, 62. Church building- valued 
at $2,000.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, |157.55. 
Sunday-school — W. H. Freeman, superintendent, Ether, N. C; Ethel Freeman, 
secretary. Ether, N. C. Enrollment, 66. 

FRANKLINTON — Rev. D. A. Long:, pastor; No pastor last year; Mrs. T. P. 
Barrett, clerk, Franklinton, N. C. Membership, 18. Church building valued 
at $8,000.00. 

FULLERS CHAPEL — Rev. R. L. Williamson, pastor; Rev. R. L. Williamson vkras 
pastor last year; Jessie Woodlief, clerk, Henderson, N. C. Membership, 98. 
Received last year, 9. Church building valued at $1,500.00. Monthly preach- 
ing. Contributed to pastoral service, $150.00. 

Sunday-school — J. F. Coghill, superintendent, Henderson, N. C. ; Jessie Wood- 
lief, secretary, Henderson, N. C. Enrollment, 100. 

GOOD HOPE — Rev. J. S. Carden, pastor; Rev. H. W. May was pastor last year; 
Nola Woodlief, clerk, Youngsville, N. C. Membership, 95. Received last year, 
21. Church building valued at $500.00. Monthly preaching. 
Sunday-school — B. S. Mitchell, superintendent, Youngsville, N. C. ; Marton 
Sherron, secretary, Youngsville, N. C. Enrollment, 83. 

GOSHEN CHAPEL — (1921) — No pastor; No pastor last year; S. L. Slaug-hter, 
clerk, Berea, N. C Membership, 16. Church building valued at $1,000.00. 
Sunday-school — S. L. Slaughter, superintendent, Berea, N. C; Mrs. S. L. 
Slaug-hter, secretary, Berea, N. C. Enrollment, 30. 

GRACES CHAPEL — Rev. T. E. White, pastor; Rev. T. E. White was pastor last 
year; R. B. Coggin, clerk, Sanford, N. C, R. R. 1. Membership, 102. Received 
last year, 2. Church building- valued at $1,000.00. Monthly preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $66.58. 

Sunday-school — S. H. McDuffle, superintendent, Sanford, N. C, Rt. 1; Ralph 
Foushee, secretary, Sanford, N. C, Rt. 1. Enrollment, 225. 

GRAHAm — Rev. S. L. Beougher, pastor; Rev. F. C. Lester was pastor last year; 
J. D. Kernodle, clerk, Graham, N. C. Membership, 62. Church building valued 
at $4,200.00. Preaching second and fourth Sundays. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $500.00. 

Sunday-school — Walter R. Harden, superintendent, Graham, N. C. ; John 
Harden, secretary, Graham, N. C. Enrollment, 72. 

GREENSBORO (FIRST CHURCH)— Rev. H. Russell Clem, pastor; Rev. W. C. 
^\^icker was pastor last year; J. E. Murray, clerk. Greensboro. N. C. Member- 
ship, 237. Church building valued at $30,000.00. Weekly preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $1,375.00. 

Sunday-school — W. B. Truitt, superintendent, Greensboro, N. C; Bascom York, 
secretary, Greensboro. N. C. Enrollment, 190. 

GREENSBORO (PALM STREET*— Rev. G. C. Crutchfield, pastor; Rev. G. C. 
Crutchfield was pastor last year; A. H. Hinshaw, clerk, Greensboro, N. C. 
Revolution. Membership, 92. Received last year, 15. Church building valued 
at $6,000.00. Weekly preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $800.00. 
Sunday-school — E. L. Hobbs, superintendent, Greensboro, N. C. Revolution; 
Robert Fme, secretary, Greensboro, N. C, Rt. 5. Enrollment, 154. 

HANKS CHAPEL — Rev. J. S. Carden, pastor; Rev. J. S. Carden was pastor last 
year; W. F. Bland, clerk, Pittsborc, N. C. Membership, 167. Received last 
year, 11. Church buildnit? v;.iued at $1,000.00. Monthly preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $225.00. 

Sunday-school — H. C. Farrell. superintendent, Pittsboro, N. C, Rt. 1; V.'allacef' 
secretary, Pittsboro, N. C. Enrollment. 50. 

HAPPY HOME — (1921) — Rev. W. L. Wells, pastor; No pastor last year; Mrs. Ed. 
Hill, clerk, Ruffln, N. C, R. R. Membership, 118. Church building- valued at 

$1,500.00. 

Sunday-school — J. H. Richmond, superintendent, Ruffin, N. C; Hurley Rich- 
mond, secretary, Ruffln, N. C. 

HAW RIVER — Rev. P. H. Fleming", pastor; Rev. P. H. Fleming was pastor last 
year; Henry F. Sharpe, clerk, Mebane. N. C, R. R. 1. Membership. 120. Re- 
ceived last year. 9. Church building valued at $3,500.00. Monthly preaching. 
Contributed to pa.'itoral service, $250.00. 

Sunday-school — W. \V. Sharpe, superintendent, Mebane, N. C, R. R. 1; Robert 
Russell, secretary, Haw River, N. C. Enrollment, 145. 



238 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

HAYES CHAPEL, — No pastor; Rev. J. E. Franks was pastor last year; Stella John- 
son, clerk, Garner, N. C. Membership, 68. Received last year, 1. Church 
building- valued at $2,000.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $125.00. 

HEBROIV — Rev. C. E. Newman, pastor; Rev. C. E. Newman was pastor last year; 
T. C. Moore, clerk, Averett, Va. Membership, 128. Received last year, 3. 
Church building- valued at $2,500.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $200.00. 

Sunday-school — W. P. "Williamson, superintendent. Nelson, Va., Rt. 2; J. H. 
Williamson, secretary, Nelson, Va., Rt. 2. Enrollment, 50. 

HENDERSON — Rev. R. L. Williamson, pastor; Rev. R. L.. Williamson was pastor 
last year; C. D. Newman, clerk, Henderson, N. C. Membership, 71. Received 
last year, 1. Church building valued at $10,000.00. Weekly preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $1,000.00. 

Sunday-school — F. M. Harward, superintendent, Henderson, N. C. ; R. W. New- 
man, secretary, Henderson, N. C. Enrollment, 123. 

HIGH POINT — Rev. J. W. Knight, pastor; Rev. J. W. Knight was pastor last 
year; B. P. Moffltt, clerk. High Point, N. C. Membership, 80. Received last 
year, 14. Church building valued at $3,000.00. Preaching first and third 
Sundays. Contributed to pastoral service, $430.00. 

Sunday-school — J. A. Lee, superintendent. High Point, N. C; J. E. Bost, secre- 
tary. High Point, N. C. Enrollment, 105. 

HINES CHAPEL — Rev. C. E. Gerringer, pastor; Rev. C. E. Gerringer was pastor 
last year; L. W. Smith, clerk, McLeansville, N. C. Membership, 190. Re- 
ceived last year, 20. Church building valued at $3,500.00. Preaching twice 
monthly. Contributed to pastoral service, $272.25. 

Sunday-school — A. E. Anderson, superintendent, McLeansville, N. C. ; D. B. 
Clapp, secretary, McLeansville, N. C. Enrollment, 40. 

HOPEDALE — Rev. J. F. Apple, pastor; Rev. J. F. Apple was pastor last year; 
R. H. Coble, clerk, Burlington. N. C. Membership, 33. Received last year, 11. 
Church building valued at $2,500.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $28.07. 

Sunday-school — B. F. Blanchaid, superintendent, Burlington, N. C, Rt. 3; 
J. B. Warren, secretary, Burlington, N. C, Rt. 5. Enrollment, 122. 

HOWARDS CHAPEL — No pastor; Rev. L. L. Wyrick was pastor last year; W. B. 
Madison, clerk, Wentworth, N. C. Membership, 45. Received last year, 2. 
Church building valued at $1,500.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $100.00. 

Sunday-school — W. B. Madison, superintendent, Wentworth, N. C, Rt. 1; Ed- 
mond Billingsly, secretary, Wentworth, N. C, Rt. 1. Enrollment, 24. 

INGRAM — Rev. J. E. McCauley, pastor; Rev. J. E. McCauley was pastor last year; 
Pattie Adams, clerk. Ingram, N. C. Membership, 109. Received last year, 1. 
Church building valued at $1,500.00. Preaching three times monthly. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $400.00. 

Sunday-school — W. G. Dunn, superintendent. Pace, Va. ; Charlie Ingram, secre- 
tary, Ingram, Va. Enrollment, 72. 

KALiLAM GROVE — No pastor; Rev. C. E. Gerringer was pastor last year; D. F. 
Wilson, clerk, Madison, N. C. Monthly preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $33.35. 

LEBANON — Rev. C E. Newman, pastor; Rev. C. E. Newman was pastor last year; 
T. J. Earp, clerk, Milton, N. C. Membership, 133. Received last year, 16. 
Church building valued at $2,000.00. Monthly time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $300.00. 

Sunday-school — W. L. Taylor, superintendent, Semora, N. C. ; Ellis M. Wells, 
secretary, Semora, N. C. Enrollment, 50. 

LEES CHAPEL — Rev. J. E. Franks, pastor; Rev. J. E. Franks was pastor last 
year; M. M. Buchanan, clerk, Moncure, N. C. Membership, 73. Received last 
year, 12. Church building valued at $500.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $75.00. 

Sunday-school — G. E. Gunter, superintendent, Moncure, Rt. 1; J. A. Cashlon. 
secretary, Moncure, N. C. Enrollment, 55. 

LIBERTY (VANCE) — Rev. J. B. Franks, pastor; Rev. B. F. Black was pastor last 
year; J. Lee Lassiter, clerk, Henderson, N. C, Rt. 6. Membership, 342. Re- 
ceived last year, 29. Church building valued at $3,000.00. Monthly preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $525.00. 



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Sunday-school — E. M. Newman, superintendent, Henderson, N. C, Rt. 6; C. O. 
Renn, secretary, Henderson, N. C, Rt. Enrollment, 272. 

LIBERTY (VIRGINIA) — Rev. C. B. Newman, pastor; Rev. C. E. Newman was 
pastor last year; Elsie Bray, clerk, Nathlie, Va. Church building- valued at 
$1,200.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $200.00. 
Sun(lay-.schooI — J. F. Tuck, superintendent, Nathalie, Va. ; Charlie Tuck, secre- 
tary, Nathalie, Va. Enrollment, 70. 

liONGS CHAPEL — Rev. J. F. Apple, pastor; Rev. J. F. Apple was pastor last year; 
J. Walter Johnston, clerk, Burlington, N. C. Membership, 151. Received last 
year, 5. Church building valued at $1,000.00. Preaching twice monthly. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $244.00. 

Sunday-.school — R. E. Rogers, superintendent, Burlington, N. C, Rt. 5; Mae 
Baynes, secretary, Mebane, N. C, Rt. 1. Enrollment, 53. 

MARTHAS CHAPEL — Rev. B. J. Howard, pastor; Rev. B. J. Howard was pastor 
last year; W. J. Morgan, clerk. Apex, N. C. Membership, 74. Received last 
year, 13. Church building valued at $1,000.00. Monthly preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $124.50. 

Sunday-school — A. J. Morgan, superintendent. Apex, N. C; Miss Addie Lynamj 
secretary. Apex, N. C. Enrollment, 52. 

MEBANE — Rev. P. T. Klapp, pastor; Rev. P. T. Klapp was pastor last year; Mrs. 
J. O. Fowler, clerk, Mebane, N. C. Membership, 35. Received last year, 18. 
Church building valued at $1,500.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $150.00. 

Sunday-school — J. O. Fowler, superintendent, Mebane, N. C; Frank Lynch, 
secretary, Mebane. N. C. Enrollment, 20. 

MONTICELLO — Rev. C. E. Gerringer, pastor; Rev. R. O. Smith was pastor last 
year; Russell McKinney, clerk. Browns Summit, N. C. Membership, 46. Re- 
ceived last year, 7. Church building valued at $4,000.00. Monthly preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $200.00. 

Susday-s«hool — W. F. Burton, superintendent, Browns Summit, N. C. ; Holt 
Gerringer, secretary. Browns Summit, N. C. Enrollment, 83. 

MOORES UNION — Rev. J. W. Knight, pastor; Rev. J. W. Knight was pastor last 
year; G. E. Moore, clerk, Jonesboro, N. C. Membership, 90. Church building 
valued at $2,000.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to pastoral service. 
$225.00. 

Sunday-school — G. E. Moore, superintendent, Jonesboro, N. C, Rt. 2. En- 
rollment, 35. 

MORRISVILLE — No pastor; Rev. W. G. Clements was pastor last year; Lessie 
Pugh, clerk, Morrisville, N. C. Membership, 50. Church building valued at 
$1,500.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $120.00. 
Sunday-school — B. W. Clements, superintendent, Morrisville, N. C. ; Miss 
Rebecca Clements, secretary, Morrisville, N. C. Enrollment, 20. 

MT. AUBURN — Rev. D. A. Long, pastor; Rev. D. A. Long was pastor last year- 
J. Byrd Ellington, clerk, Ridgeway, N. C. Membership, 159. Received last 
year, 4. Church building valued at $5,000.00. Monthly preaching. Contribut- 
ed to pastoral service, $400.00. 

Sunday-school — J. A. Kimball, superintendent, Manson, N. C; Calom Elling- 
ton, secretary, Ridgeway, N. C. Enrollment, 102. 

MT, BETHEL — No pastor; Rev. W. L. Wells was pastor last year; Ethel Friddle 
clerk, Stokesdale, N. C. Membership, 103. Received last year, 5. Church 
building valued at $1,500.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $200.00. 

Sunday-school — D. I. Cummings, superintendent, Summerfield, N. C. ; lone 
Smith, secretary, Summerfield, N. C. Enrollment, 32. 

MT. CARMEL — No pastor; Rev. B. F. Black was pastor last year; Mrs. Lottie 
Morton, clerk-, Franklinton. N. C. Membership, 119. Received last year, 6. 
Church building valued bt $500.00 Monthly preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $51.40. 

Sunday-school — 'W. A. Mitchell, superintendent, Youngsville, N. C, Rt. 2; 
Miss Venie Tippett, secretary, Franklinton, N. C, Rt. 1. Enrollment, 95. 

MT. GILEAD — (1921) — Rev. B. F. Black, pastor; No pastor last year; W. C. Wild- 
er, clerk, Louisburg, N. C. Membership, 103. Church building valued at 
$500.00. 

Sanday-school — ^I. M. Inscoe, superintendent, Louisburg, N. C, R. R. 4; Green- 
wood Wilder, secretary, Louisburg, N. C, R. R. Enrollment, 57. 



240 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

IVIT. HERMOIV — Rev. G. J. Green, pastor; Rev. J. S. Garden was pastor last year; 
G. Frank Penny, clerk. Garner, N. C. Membership, 65. Received last year, 
4. Church building- valued at $750.00. Monthly preaching-. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $150.00. 

Sunday-school — Boyd Britt, superintendent. Garner, N. C; C. Roy Johnson, 
secretary. Gainer, N. C. Enrollment, 55. 

MT. PLEASANT — Rev. L. L. Wyrick, pastor; Rev. L. L. Wyrick was pastor last 
year; E. L. Autrey, clerk, Cameron, N. C. Membership, 66. Received last 
year, 17. Church building- valued at $750.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $250.00. 

Sundny-scliool — E. M. Marks, superintendent. Over Hill, N. C. ; C. H. Marks, 
secretary, Vass, N. C. Enrollment, 57. 

MT. ZION — Rev. J. F. Apple, pastor; Rev. J. F. Apple was pastor last year; G. F. 
Garden, clerk, Watson, N. C. Membership, 73. Received last year, 1. Church 
building valued at $1,000.00. Monthly preaching-. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $195.60. 

TVEEDHAMS GROVE — Rev. W. J. Edwards, pastor; Rev. W. J. Edwards was 
pastor last year; A. L. Scott, clerk. Steeds, N. C. Membership, 35. Received 
last year, 9. Church building valued at $1,000.00. Monthly preaching-. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $60.00. 

Sundny-.school — Arteinas Ward, .superintendent. Steeds, N. C. ; Maude Lambeth, 
secretary. Steeds, N. C. Enrollment, 20. 

NEW CENTER — Rev. W. J. Edwards, pastor; Rev. W. J. Edwards was pastor last 
year; O. D. Lawrence, clerk, Seag-rove, N. C. Membership, 134. Received last 
year, 10. Church building valued at $800.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $125.00. 

Sunday-school — O. D. Lawrence, superintendent, Seagrove, N. C. ; Miss Bessie 
Craven, secretary, Seag-rove, N. C, Rt. 1. Enrollment, 61. 

NEW EL.AM — Rev. B. J. Howard, pastor; Rev. B. J. Howard was pastor last year; 
Blanch Holt, clerk. New Hill, N. C. Membership, 272. Received last year, 8. 
Church building- valued at $1,600.00. Monthly preaching-. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $300.00. 

Sunday-school — W. A. Drake, superintendent. New Hill, N. C, Rt. 2.; Blanche 
Holt, secretary, New Hill, N. C, Rt. _ Enrollment, 122. 

NEW HILL — Rev. J. S. Garden, pastor; Rev. J. S. Garden was pastor last year; 
C. Welch, clerk. New Hill, N. C. Membership, 47. Received last year, 1. 
Church building valued at $800.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $100.00. 

NE"W HOPE (F^) — Rev. J. E. Franks, pastor; Rev. J. E. Franks was pastor last 
year; John Chamblee, clerk, Louisburg-, N. G. Membership, 179. Received 
last year, 25. Church building- valued at $1,500.00. Monthly preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $200.00. 

Sunday-school — J. B. King-, superintendent, Youngsville, N. C. ; W. R. Rodgers, 
secretary, Youngsville, N. C. Enrollment, 154. 

NEW^ HOPE (R) — No pastor; Rev. C. E. Gerringer was pastor last year; Maude 

Middleton, clerk, Stokesdale, N. C. Membership, 37. Church building valued 
at $1,800.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $30.00. 
Sunday-school — M. A. Collins, superintendent, Stokesdale, N. C, R. R. 1; Lucy 
Vaughn, secretary, Stokesdale, N. C. Enrollment, 45. 

NEW^ LEBANON — No pastor; Rev. W. L. W^ells was pastor last year; W. G. Sharpe, 
clerk. Wentworth, N. C. Membership, 111. Received last year, 1. Church 
building valued at $2,000.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $250.00. 

Sunday-school — E. R. Moore, superintendent, Summerfield, N. C. ; W. M. Suitts, 
secretary, Wentworth, N. C. Enrollment, 77. 

NEW PRO\^DENCE — Rev. S. L. Beougher, pastor; Rev. F. C. Lester was pastor 
last year; Beatrice Foushee, clerk, Burlington, N. C, R. R. 9. Membership, 59. 
Received last year, 3. Church building valued at $3,^00.00. Preaching twice 
monthly. Contributed to pastoral service, $500.00. 

Sunday-school — P. K. Kinney, superintendent, Graham, N. C. ; Lou Heritage, 
secretary, Graham, N. C. Enrollment, 81. 

NORTH CLAYTON — Rev. J. E. Franks, pastor; Rev. J. E. Franks was pastor last 
year; W. H. Matthews, clerk, Clayton, N. C. Membership, 82. Received last 
year, 16. Church building valued at $650.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $175.00. 



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Sunday-Mchool — J. B. Harrison, superintendent, Clayton, N. C; Andrew Henry, 
secretary, Clayton, N. C. Enrollment, 57. 

OAK LEVEL, — (1921) — Rev. B. F. Black, pastor; No pastor last year; J. L. Pearce, 
clerk, Young-sville, N. C. Membership, 121. Church building- valued at $800.00. 
Snnday-sohool — Jesse White, superintendent, Young-sville, N. C. ; G. R. Bridges, 
secretary, Youngsville, N. C. Enrollment, 80. 

O'KELLYS CHAPEL — (1921) — Rev. B. J. Howard, pastor; No pastor last year; 
Miss Sadie Parrish, clerk, Dunham, N. C, R. R. 3. Membership, ,50. Church 
building valued at $1,200.00. 

SuncliiyK-ohooI — J. M. Parrish, superintendent, Durham, N. C, R. R. 3; Miss 
Eva Hendon, secretary, Durham, N. C, R. R. 3. Enrollment, 60. 

PARKS CROSS ROADS^ — Rev. T. J. Green, pastor; Rev. A. T. Banks was pastor 
last year; R. W. York, clerk, Ramseur, N. C. Membership, 209. Received 
last year, 6. Church building valued at $2,000.00. Semi-monthly preaching-. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $393.45. 

Sunday-.sohool — 'W. M. Dorsett, superintendent, Ramseur, N. C. ; Walter Right- 
sell, secretary, Ramseur, N. C. Enrollment, 107. 

PATTERSONS GROVE — No pastor; Rev. D. W. Fogleman was pastor last year; 
J. A. Ellison, clerlv, Franklinville, N. C. Membership, 26. Church building 
valued at $500.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $45.65. 
Sunday-.school — J. A. Ellison, superintendent, Franklinville, N. C. ; Miss Ila 
West, secretary, Franklinville, N. C. Enrollment, 66. 

PINEY PLAINS — Rev. J. Lee Johnson, pastor; Rev. J. Lee Johnson was pastor 
last year; W. R. Patrick, clerk, Raleigh, N. C. Membership, 83. Received 
last year, 12. Church building valued at $1,800.00. Monthly preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $150.00. 

Sunday-school — J. B. Stephens, superintendent, Cary, N. C, Rt. 2; Lucy 
Stephens, secretary, Raleigh, N. C, R. R. 4. Enrollment, 51. 

PLEASANT CROSS — Rev. T. J. Green, pastor; Rev. T. J. Green was pastor last 
year; Sarah Ellison, clerk, Ashboro, N. C., R. R. 1. Membership, 78. Re- 
ceived last year, 7. Church building valued at $1200.00. Monthly preaching-. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $158.76. 

Sunday-school — J. A. Cheek, superintendent, Ashboro, N. C, Rt. 1; J. H. 
Pugh, secretary, Ashboro, N. C. Enrollment, 69. 

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PLEASANT GROVE (N. C.) — Rev. G. R. Underwood, pastor; Rev. G. R. Under- 
wood was pastor last year; J. A. Hicks, clerk, Bennett, N. C. Membership, 
192. Received last year, 15. Church building valued at $1,700.00. Monthly 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $200.00. 

Sunday-school — E. Hicks, superintendent, Bennett, N. C. ; Blanche Cheek, 
secretary, Bennett, N. C. Enrollment, 100. 

PLEASANT GROVE (VA.) — Rev. J. E. McCauley pastor; Rev. J. E. McCauley was 
pastor last year; Mrs. D. J. Sipe, clerk, News Ferry, Va. Membership, 346. 
Received last year, 10. Church building valued at $4,000.00. Preaching three 
times monthly. Contributed to pastoral service, $675.00. 

Sunday-school — R. D. Thompson, Sr., superintendent, Halifax, Va., R. R. ; 
Jessie H. Jones, secretary. News Ferry, Va., Rt. 2. Enrollment, 40. 

PLEASANT HILL (A) — Rev. P. H. Fleming, pastor; Rev. P. H. Fleming- was 
pastor last year; Paul E. Coble, clerk. Liberty, N. C. Membership, 170. Church 
building valued at $2,000.00. Monthly preaching-. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $207.50. 

Sunday-.school — W. D. Hinshaw, superintendent. Liberty, N. C; Donnie Owens, 
secretary. Liberty, N. C. Enrollment, 110. 

PLEASANT HILL (J) — Rev. G. J. Green, pastor; Rev. P. T. Klapp was pastor last 
year; J. J. Lee, clerk, Angler, N. C. Membership, 81. Received last year, 3. 
Church building valued at $1,250.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $231.95. 

Sunday-school — E. H. Dixon, superintendent, Benson, N. C. ; J. W. Neighbors, 
secretary, Benson, N. C. Enrollment, 40. 

PLEASANT RIDGE (G) — Rev. P. T. Klapp, pastor; Rev. P. T. Klapp was pastor 
last year; W. J. Stafford, clerk, Oak Ridg-e, N. C. Membership, 64. Church 
building valued at $800.00. Monthly preaching-. 

Sunday-school — J. M. Crutchfield, superintendent, Kernersville, N. C, R. R. 2, 
D. F. Hufflnes, secretary, Guilford, Colleg-e, N. C. Enrollment, 70. 



242 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

PLEASANT RIDGE (R) — Rev. T. J. Green, pastor; Rev. C. B. Gerringer was 
pastor last year; Carl B. Cox, clerk, Ashboro, N. C, R. R. 1. Membership, 
86. Received last year, 3. Church building- valued at $2,000.00. Monthly 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $225.00. 

Sunday-school — .J. M. Cag-le, superintendent, Franklinville, N. C, Rt. 1; 
Florence Allred, secretary, Ramseur, N. C, Rt. 1. Enrollment, 75. 

PLEASAXT UNION (H) — Rev. J. Lee Johnson, pastor; Rev. J. Lee Johnson was 
pastor last year; W. S. Long-, clerk, Lillington, N. C. Membership, 127. Re- 
ceived last year, 16. Church building valued at $2,000.00. Monthly preachingr. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $290.00. 

Sonday-school — ^M. E. Wilder, superintendent, Lillington, N. C. ; Hug-h Green, 
secretary, Lillington, N. C. Enrollment, 56. 

PLEASANT UNION (R) — Rev. W. N. Hayes, pastor; Rev. W. N. Hayes was pastor 
last year; A. V. McDowell, clerk. Mechanic, N. C. Membership, 18. Received 
last year. 5. Church building- valued at $300.00. Monthly preaching-. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $25.50. 

Sunday-school — Walter Johnson, superintendent, Mechanic, N. C; E. W. Mc- 
Dowell, secretary. Mechanic, N. C. Enrollment, 40. 

PLYMOUTH — Rev. J. Lee Johnson, pastor; Rev. J. Lee Johnson was pastor last 
year; B. G. Partin, clerk, McCullers, N. C. Membership, 57. Received last 
year, 4. Church building- valued at $400.00. Monthly preaching-. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $115.50. 

Sunday-school — N. F. Turner, superintendent, McCullers, N. C; Miss Minda 
Partins, secretary, McCullers, N. C. Enrollment. 67. 

POPES CHAPEL — (1921) — Rev. B. F. Black, pastor; No pastor last year; H. G. 
Holmes, clerk, Young-sville, N. C. Membership, 136. Church building valued 
at $2,000.00. 

Sunday-school — C. C. Holqnes, superintendent, Youngsville, N. C, R. R. 2; 
AlphaHouse, secretary, Franklinton, N. C, R. R. 1. Enrollment, 67. 

POPLAR BRANCH — (1921) — Rev. T. E. White, pastor; No pastor last year; Miss 
Florence Cox, clerk, Jonesboro, N. C, R. R. 4. Membership, 25. Church 
building- valued at $1,000.00. 

Sunday-school — D. M. Dew, superintendent, Jonesboro, N. C, R. R. 4; Miss 
Mary Cox, secretary, Jonesboro, N. C, R. R. 4. Enrollment, 28. 

RALEIGH — Rev. J. V. Knig-ht, pastor; Rev. J. V. Knig-ht was pastor last year; 
R. F. Harward, clerk, Raleigh, N. C. Membership, 235. Received last year, 
56. Church building valued at $20,000.00. Weekly preaching-. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $2,000.00. 

Sunday-school — L. L. Vaug-hn, superintendent, Raleigh, N. C; L. C. Brinkley, 
secretary, Raleig-h, N. C. Enrollment, 279. 

RAMSEUR — No pastor; Rev. A. T. Banks was pastor last year; T. A. MofRtt, clerk, 
Ramseur, N. C. Membership, 102. Received last year, 4. Church building- 
valued at $3,000.00.- Semi-monthly preaching-. Contributed to pastoral ser- 
vice, $500.00. 

Sunday-school — C. L. Bray, superintendent, Ramseur, N. C. ; J. L. Spencer, 
secretary, Ramseur, N. C. Enrollment, 114. 

RANDLEMAN — Rev. W. J. Edwards, pastor; Rev. W. J. Edwards was pastor last 
year; J. G. Lamb, clerk, Randleman, N. C. Membership, 41. Received last 
year, 1. Church building valued at $800.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, §100.00. 

Sunday-school — C. L. Heath, superintendent, Randleman, N. C; J. V. Laughlin^ 
secretary, Randleman, N. C. Enrollment, 90. 

REIDSVILLE — Rev. J. P. Barrett, pastor; Rev. W. L. Wells was pastor last year; 
Mrs. C. W. Geringer, clerk. Reidsville, N. C. Membership, 105. Received 
last year, 17. Church building- valued at $20,000.00. Weekly preaching-. 
Sunday-.school — J. W. Michael, superintendent, Reidsville, N. C; D. E. 
Mitchell, secretary, Reidsville, N. C. Enrollment, 160. 

SALEM CHAPEL — Rev. S. M. Lynam, pastor; Rev. S. M. Lynam was pastor last 
year; Selma Marshall, clerk, Winston Salem, N. C. Membership, 120. Re- 
ceived last year, 4. Church building- valued at $800.00. Monthly preaching-. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $213.80. 

SANFORD Rev. T. E. "White, pastor; Rev. T. E. White was pastor last year; 

J W. Stout, clerk, Sanford, N. C. Membership, 154. Received last year, 9. 
Church building- valued at $5,000.00. Three services monthly. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $525.00. 



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Suniiay-Mchool — J. U. Gunter, superintendent, Sanford, N. C. ; Geo. Brannon, 
secretary, Sanford, N. C. Enrollment, 160. 

SEAGROVE — Rev. T. J. Green, pastor; Rev. A. T. Banks was pastor last year; 
Mrs. D. A. Cornelison, clerk, Seagrove, N. C. Membership, 31. Received last 
year, 4. Church building- valued at $1,651.00. Semi-monthly preaching. 
Contributed ta pastoral service, $200.00. 

Sunday-school — A. B. Cox, superintendent, Seagrove, N. C. ; Mary Leach, 
secretary, Seagrove, N. C. Enrollment, 67. 

SHADY GROVE — Rev. L. L. Wyrick, pastor; Rev. L. L. Wyrick was pastor last 
year; Mrs. D. F. Hulin, clerk, Martins Mill. N. C. Membership, 68. Received 
last year, 2. Church building valued at $900.00. Monthly preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $81.00. 

Sunday-school — W. C. Martin, superintendent. Ether, N. C; J. B. Floyd, secre- 
tary. Ether, N. C. Enrollment, 6.5. 

SHALLOW FORD — Rev. J. W. Patton, pastor; Rev. J. W. Patton was pastor last 
year; W. D. Walker, clerk, Burlington, N. C. Membership. 127. Received 
last year, 14. Church building valued at $1,600.00. Monthly preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $225.00. 

Sunday-school — C. A. Hughes, superintendent, Elon College, N. C. ; J. R. Loy, 
secretary, Burlington, N. C, Rt. 6. Enrollment, 120. 

SHALLOW WELL — Rev. T. E. White, pastor; Rev. T. E. White was pastor last 
year; J. Walker Kelly, clerk, Jonesboro, N. C. Membership, 227. Received 
last year, 29. Church building valued at $2,500.00. Semi-monthly preaching. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $500.00. 

Sunday-school — Frank Watson, superintendent, Sanford, N. C. ; Graydon 
Foushee, secretary. Jonesboro. N. C. Enrollment, 152. 

SHILOH — Rev. G. R. Underwood, pastor; Rev. A. T. Banks was pastor last year; 
B. S. Moffltt, clerk, Ramseur, N. C. Membership, 103. Received last year, 12. 
Church building valued at $1,000.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $177.40. 

Sunday-school — Chas. Tedder, superintendent, Kemps Mills, N. C. ; Fred 
Tedder, secretary, Kemps Mills, N. C. Enrollment, 60. 

SIX FORKS — Rev. D. A. Long, pastor; Rev. J. E. McCauley was pastor last year; 
Alma J. Penney, clerk. Raleigh, N. C. Rt. 1. Membership, 120. Received last 
year, 3. Church building valued at $2,000.00. Monthly preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $175.00. 

Sunday-school — E. T. Piper, superintendent, Raleigh, N. C, Rt. 1. Enroll- 
ment, 50. 

SMITHWOOD — No pastor; Rev. J. W. Knight was pastor last year; "W. D. 
Humble, clerk. Liberty. N. C. Membership. 50. Church building valued at 
$800.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $122.20. 
Sunday-school — T. V. Coble, superintendent. Liberty, N. C. ; Hattie Smith, 
secretary. Liberty. N. C. Enrollment, 74. 

SPOONS CHAPEL — Rev. John Allred, pastor; Rev. John Allred was pastor last 
year; J. L. Hethcock, clerk, Ashboro. N. C. Membership, 21. Received last 
year, 2. Church building valued at $300.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $12.00. 

TURNERS CHAPEL — Rev. T. E. White, pastor; Rev. T. E. White was pastor 
last vear; A. W. AVicker. clerk, Sanford, N. C. Membership, 71. Received 
last year. 3. Church building valued at $1,000.00. Monthly preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral ser\'ice, $187.50. 

Sunday-school — A. W. Wicker, superintendent, Sanford, N. C, Rt. 5; Zelma 
Wicker, secretary, Sanford, N. C, Rt. 5. Enrollment, 71. 

UNION (N. C.) — Rev. P. H. Fleming, pastor; Rev. P. H. Fleming was pastor last 
year; G. R. Graham, clerk, Burlington, N. C., R. R. Membership. 260. Re- 
ceived last year, 23. Church building valued at $5,000.00. Semi-monthly 
preaching. Contributed to pastoral service, $500.00. 

Sunday-school — J. D. Wilkins. superintendent, Burlington, N. C, Rt. 2; Miss 
Alma Turner, secretary, Bu^in&ton, N. C, Rt. 3. Enrollment, 107. 

UNION (VA.) — Rev. C. E. Newman, pastor; Rev. C. E. Newman was pastor last 
year; Alfred Hayes, clerk, Virgilina, Va. Membership, 295. Received last 
year, 28. Church building valued at $1,000.00. Monthly preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service. $300.00. 

Sunday-school — Alfred Hayes, superintendent. Virgilina, Va. ; Miss Lucy 
Gregory, secretary, Virgilina, Va. Enrollment. 46. 



244 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

UNION GROVE — Rev. T. J. Green, pastor; Rev. T. J. Green was pastor last year; 
W. R. Brown, clerk, Ashboro, N. C. Membership, 70. Received last year, 3. 
Church building- valued at $1,000.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $200.00. 

Suinlaj-.school — C. A. Bird, superintendent, Ashboro, N. C, Rt. 1; Myrtle 
Smith, secretary, Kemps Mills, N. C. Enrollment, 80. 

WAKE CHAPEL — Rev J. Lee Johnson, pastor; Rev. J. Lee Johnson was pastor 
last year; Mrs. A. F. Smith, clerk, Fuquay Spring-s, N. C. Membership, 158. 
Received last year, 5. Church building valued at $2,500.00. Monthly preach- 
ing-. Contributed to pastoral service, $300.00. 

Sunday-.s<?liool — A. F. Smith, superintendent, Fuquay Spring-s, N. C. ; J. A. 
Stephenson, secretary. Holly Springs, N. C. Enrollment, 79. 

WENTWORTH — Rev. J. Lee Johnson, pastor; Rev. J. Lee Johnson was pastor 
last year; L. D. Stephenson, clerk, McCullers, N. C. Membership, 72. Re- 
ceived last year, 4. Church building valued at $1,000.00. Monthly preaching-. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $150.00. 

Sunilay-Kchool — J. Milton Banks, superintendent, Raleigh, N. C, R. R. 3; L. 
D. Stephenson, secretary, McCullers, N. C, Enrollment, 58. 

YOUNGSVILLE — Rev. J. E. Franks, pastor; Rev. J. E. Franks was pastor last 
year; L. E. Winston, clerk. Youngrsville, N. C. Membership, 49. Received 
last year, 7. Church building valued at $1,500.00. Monthly preaching. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $125.00. 

Sunday-school — R. E. Underwood, superintendent, Youngsville, N. C. ; L. E. 
Winston, secretary, Youngsville, N. C. Enrollment, 45. 

ZION — Rev. J. E. Franks, pastor; Rev. J. E. Franks was pastor last year; T. E. 
Farrell, clerk, Moncure, N. C. Membership, 154. Received last year, 17. 
Church building valued at $1,000.00. Monthly preaching. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $200.00. 

Sunday-school — T. E. Farrell, superintendent, Moncure, N. C. ; Flora Johnson, 
secretary, Moncure, N. C. Enrollment, 83. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 44; Licentiates, 10; Churches, 117; Membership, 
13,074. Contributions: Pastoral service, $31,259.32. Sunday-schools, 105; En- 
rollment, 9,280. Total contributions reported, $31,259.32. 

VIRGINIA VALLEY CENTRAL 

(Reported by Secretary Andes) 

Session of 1921 — 'Mayland. 

Session of 1922 — Joppa, beginning Thursday before the third Sunday in 
August, and continuing over Sunday. 

Officers — Rev. W. T. Walters, D. D., 1615 Garland Ave.. Richmond, Va. — President. 
Rev. A. B. Kendall. D. D., 1023 Garfield Ave., Springfield, Ohio — Vice-President. 
Rev. A. W. Andes, Harrisonburg, Va. — Secretary. 
Rev. R. P. Citimpler, Luray, Va.. — Assistant Secretary. 
Samuel Earman, Harrisonburg, Va. — Treasurer. 

Chairmen of Committees — Rev. W. T. Walters, 1615 Garland Ave., Richmond, Va. 
— Executive. 
Rev. R. P. Crumpler, Luray, Va. — Foreign Missions. 
Samuel Earman, Harrisonburg, Va.' — Home Missions. 
Roy A. Larrick, Winchester, Va. — Sunday-schools. 
Mrs. J. F. Louderback, Stanley, Va. — Christian Endeavor. 
Rev. W. C. Hook, Berkley Station, Norfolk, Va— Moral Reform. 
Mrs. R. P. Crumpler, Luray, Va. — Religious Literature. 
Rev. A. B. Kendall, 1023 Garfield, Ave., Springfield, Ohio — Education. 
Rev. A. W. Andes, Harrisonburg, Va. — Apportionments. 

Ministers— Kendall, A. B., Springfield, Ohio. 

Andes, A. W., Harrisonburg, Va. Roach, Killis, Dyke, Va. 

Crumpler, R. P., Luray, Va. Walters, W. T., 1615 Garland Ave., Ricih- 

Earp, B. J., Milton, N. C. mend, Va. 

Hook, W. C, Berkley Station. Norfolk, Va. 

Church, Pastor, Clerk, Offerings, Organizations 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

ANTIOCH — No pastor; Rev. J. C. Barrett was pastor last year; Ben C. Deavers, 
clerk, Harrisonburg, Va. Membership, 89. Church building valued at 
$2,000.00. Two sermons a month. Contributed to pastoral service, $225.00; 



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Foreig-n Missions, $47.61; Home Missions, $112.39; Education, $22.61; all other 
purposes, $122.73. 

Sunday-school — W. C. Wampler, superintendent, Harrisonburg-, Va. ; Ben C. 
Deavers, secretary, Harrisonburg-, Va. Enrollment, 60. Contributed to all 
other purposes, $98.41. 

BETHEL, — Rev. R. P. Grumpier, pastor; Rev. R. P. Grumpier was pastor last year; 
Mrs. Linnie Dafflemyre, clerk, Elkton, Va. Membership, 84. Received last 
year, 1. Ghuroh building valued at $800.00. One sermon a month. Gon- 
tributed to pastoral service, $45.46; Foreign Missions, $ .72; Home Missions, 
$2.41; Education, $ .73; all other purposes, $2.00. 

Sunday-.schooI — M. A. Dafflemyre, superintendent, Elkton, Va. ; Mrs. Rosalia 
Dafflemyre, secretary, Elkton, Va. Enrollment, 42. Contributed to all other 
purposes, $15.00. 

METHLEHEM — Rev. A. W. Andes, pastor; Rev. A. W. Andes -was pastor last year; 
A. M. Shitzer, clerk, Broadway, Va. Membership, 98. Received last year, 10. 
Church building- valued at $2,000.00. Two sermons a month. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $222.45; Foreig-n Missions, $33.85; Home Missions, $103.21; 
Education, $25.65; all other purposes, $110.72. 

Sunday-isohool — D. H. Welch, superintendent, Broadway, Va. ; Ralph Lohr, 
secretary, Broadway, Va. Enrollment, 112. Contributed to all other purposes, 
$157.48. 

BEULiAH — No pastor; Rev. J. C. Barrett was pastor last year; John P. Armen- 
trout, clerk, Keezletown, Va. Membership, 28. Church building- valued at 
$1,000.00. One sermon a month. Contributed to pastoral service, $13.15; For- 
eign Missions, $ .51; Home Missions, $1.70; Education, $ .51; all other pur- 
poses, $ .28. 

CHRISTIAN CHAPEL, — Rev. Killis Roach, pastor; Rev. Killis Roach was pastor 
last year; J. K. Shiflett, clerk, Boonesville, Va. Membership, 71. Church 
building valued at $800.00. One sermon a month. 

CONCORD — Rev. A. W. Andes, pastor; Rev. A. W. Andes was pastor last year; 
J. C. Huffman, clerk, Timberville, Va. Membership, 63. Received last year, 
6. Church building^ valued at $800.00. Two sermons a month. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $148.33; Foreign Missions, $8.05; Home Missions, $26.65; Edu- 
cation, $8.05; all other purposes, $42.59. 

Sunday-.school — J. C. Huffman, superintendent, Timberville, Va.; S. J. Knupp, 
secretary, Timberville, Va. Enrollment, 87. Contributed to all other pur- 
poses, $49.07. 

l^RY RUN — Rev. A. W. Andes, pastor; Rev. A. W. Andes was pastor last year; 
Charley L,. Cullers, clerk. Seven Fountains, Va. Membership, 80. Church 
building- valued at $5,000.00. One sermon a month. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $149.75; Foreig-n Missions, $9.40; Home Missions, $36.20; Education, 
$9.40; all other purposes, $5,150.34. 

Sunday-ischotol — Wesley Ritenour, superintendent. Seven Fountains, Va. ; 
Quentin S. Burke, secretary. Seven Fountains, Va. Enrollment, 67. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $120.00. 

EAST LIBERTY — Rev. R. P. Grumpier, pastor; Rev. R. P. Grumpier was pastor 
last year; R. D. Dovel, clerk, Stanley, A'a. Membership, 36. Received last 
year, 3. Church building- valued at $400.00. One sermon a month. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $50.66; Foreign Missions, $1.35; Home Missions, 
$4.54; Education, $1.35; all other purposes, $ .71. 

HIGH POINT — Rev. Killis Roach, pastor; Rev. Killis Roach was pastor last year; 
John W. Shiflett, clerk. Swift Run, Va. Membership, 134. Received last year, 
5. Church building- valued at $300.00. One sermon a month. Contributed to 
Foreig-n Missions, $4.33; Home Missions, $6.87; Education, $2.03; all other 
purposes, $6.37. 

Sunday-school^ — Thomas Crawford, superintendent, Nimrod, Va. ; A. J. Roach, 
secretary, Geer, Va. Enrollment, 41. Contributed to all other purposes, $9.41. 

ISLAND P^RD — No pastor; No pastor last year; Mrs. Ada McDonaldson, clerk, 
Elkton, Va. Membership, 122. Church building- valued at $850.00. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $5.00. 

Sunday-.school — Mrs. Miller, superintendent. Island Ford, Va.; Lottie Gooden, 
secretary, Island Ford, Va. Enrollment, 75. Contributed to all other pur- 
poses, $5.52. 

JOPPA — Rev. A. W. Andes, pastor; Rev. A. W. Andes was pastor last year; M. E. 
Mclnturff, clerk, Edinburg, Va. Membership, 44. Received last year, 3. 
Church building valued at $500.00. One sermon a month. Contributed to 



246 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

pastoral service, $55.00; Foreig-n Missions, $3.95; Home Missions, $13.05; Edu- 
cation, $3.95; all other purposes, $72.34. 

Sunday-school — Miss Susie Duncan, secretary, Edith, Va. Enrollment, 39. 
Contributed to all other purposes, $22.00. 

LEAKS VILiLE — Rev. R. P. Crumpler, pastor; Rev. R. P. Grumpier was pastor 
last year; W. .M. Strickler, clerk, Luray, Va. Membership, 145. Received la.st 
year. 19. Church building- valued at $2,000.00. Two sermons a month. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $264.14; Foreign Missions, $25.15; Home Missions, 
$83.28; Education, $25.15; all other purposes, $241.96. 

Sunday-schools — Vernon Eppard, superintendent, Luray, Va. ; Rachael Huff- 
man, secretary, Luray, Va. Enrollment, 91. Contributed to all other pur- 
poses, $150.53. 

Christian Endeavor — R. O. Rothgeb, president, Luray, Va. ; Katherine Jenkins, 
corresponding secretary, Luray, Va. Members — active, 40; associate, 7; hon- 
orary, 3; total, 50. 

LiINVILiliE} — No pastor; Rev. J. C. Barrett wos pastor last year; Miss Mary E. 
Kratzer, clerk, Linville, Va. Membership, 108. Received last year, 18. Church 
building valued at $1,500.00. Two sermons a month. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $225.00; Foreign Missions, $15.97; Home Missions, $57.82; Education, 
$15.98; all other purposes, $8.50. 

Sunday-school — Roy Hosaflook, superintendent, Linville Depot, Va.; Miss 
Mary E. Kratzer, secretary, Linville, Va. Enrollment, 135. Contributed to 
all other purposes, $345.25. 

MAYL.AND — Rev. A. W. Andes, pastor; Rev. A. W. Andes was pastor last year; 
Walter A. Spitzer, clerk, Broadway, Va. Membership, 73. Church building 
valued at $1,200.00. Two sermons a month. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$238.90; Foreign Missions, $8.11; Home Missions, $26.81; Education, $8.11; 
all other purposes, $224.99. 

Sunday-school — E. A. Killyard, superintendent, Broadway, Va.; Miss Nina 
KillyaVd, secretary, Broadway, Va. Enrollment, 35. Contributed to all 
other purposes, $86.24. 

MT. L.EBA1V01V — Rev. R. P. Crumpler, pastor; Rev. R. P. Crumpler was pastor 
last year; Isaac W. Comer, clerk, Shenandoah, Va. Membership, 80. Church 
building valued at $1,000.00. One sermon a month. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $99.64; Foreign Missions, $4.30; Home Missions, $15.76; Education, 
$4.30; all other purposes, $2.35. 

Sunday-school — Hiram Comer, superintendent, Shenandoah, Va. ; Miss Ora 
Comer, secretary, Shenandoah, Va. Enrollment, 70. Contributed to all other 
purposes, $25.20. 

MT. OLIVET (G) — No pastor; Rev. B. J. Earp was pastor last year; E. S. Morris, 
clerk, March, Va. Membership, 84. Received last year, 6. Church building 
valued at $2,500.00. One sermon a month. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$165.00; Foreign Missions, $16.10; Home Missions, $53.25; Education, $16.10; 
all other purposes, $8.55. 

Sunday-school — J. H. Morris, superintendent, Dyke, Va. ; Elsie Morris, secre- 
tary. Dyke, Va. Enrollment, 125. Contributed to all other purposes, $26.45. 
Christian Endeavor — Miss Evelyn Morris, president. Dyke, Va. ; Miss Velmar 
Snow, corresponding- secretary. Dyke, Va. Members — active, 15; a-ssociate, 
10; honorary, 5; total, 30. 

MT. OLiIA'ET (R> — No pastor; Rev. J. C. Barrett was pastor last year; Miss Ethel 
Lam, clerk, Elkton, Va. Membership, 70. Church building valued at $800.00. 
Two sermons a month. Contributed to pastoral service, $51.85; Foreign Mis- 
sions, $2.23; Home Missions, $7.41; Education, $2.23; all other purposes, $101.18. 
Sunday-school — E. R. Lam, superintendent, McGaheysville, Va. ; Miss Edna 
Life, secretary, Elkton, Va. Enrollment, 56. Contributed to all other pur- 
poses, $24.77. 

Christian Endeavor — E. R. Lam, president, McGaheysville, Va. ; Miss Edna 
Life, corresponding secretary, Elkton, Va. 

KEW HOPE — No pastor; Rev. J. C. Barrett was pastor last year; A. P. Liskey, 
clerk, Elkton, Va. Membership, 91. Received last year, 8. Church building 
valued at $2,500.00. Two sermons a month. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$225.00; Foreign Missions, $14.43; Home Missions, $62.78; Education, $14.43; 
all other purposes, $116.26. 

Sunday-school — J. E. Bryant, superintendent, Harrisonburg-, Va. ; Miss Wilda 
Liskey, secretary, Harrisonburg, Va. Enrollment, 95. Contributed to all 
other purposes, $146.90. 

NEWPORT — Rev. R. P. Crumpler, pa.stor; Rev. R. P. Crumpler was pastor last 
year; E. L. Lauderback, clerk, Stanley, Va. Membership, 128. Received last 



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year, 4. Church building valued at $1,500. Two sermons a month. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $200.00; Foreign Missions, $18.20; Home Missions, 
$60.21; Education, $18.19; all other purposes. $226.17. 

Sun*lay-.«icIiool — F. Rhinehart, superintendent, Stanley, Va. ; Lester Rinehart, 
secretary, Stanley, Va. Enrollment, 100. Contributed to all other pur- 
poses, $48.06. 

PALMYRA — Rev. A. W. Andes, pastor; Rev. A. W. Andes was pastor last year; 
Elmer W. Cook, clerk, Edinburg-, Va. Membership, 110. Received last year, 
2. Church building valued at $1,200.00. One sermon a month. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $116.19; Foreign Missions, $11.28; Home Missions, $25.44; 
Education, $6.28; all other purposes, $147.65. 

Sunday-.school — J. L. Carper, superintendent, Edinburg, Va. ; Mrs. Lula New- 
land, secretary, Edinburg, Va. Enrollment, 51. Contributed to all other 
purposes, $68.74. 

ST. PETERS — Rev. R. P. Grumpier, pastor; Rev. R. P. Crumpler was pastor last 
year; Mrs. C. W. McCoy, clerk, Elkton, Va. Membership, 30. One sei-mon a 
month. Contributed to pastoral service, $35.00; all other purposes, $130.33. 
Sunday-.schooI — J. W. Coffman, superintendent, Elkton, Va. ; Miss Beatrice 
McCoy, secretary, Elkton, Va. 

TIMBER MOUNTAIN — No pastor; No pastor last year; J. H. Park, clerk. Capon 
Bridge, W. Va. Membership, 69. Contributed tO' Foreign Missions, $2.22; 
Home Missions, $7.34; Education, $2.22; all other purposes, $1.50. 

TIMBER RIDGE — Rev. A. W. Andes, pastor; Rev. A. W. Andes was pastor last 
year; J. E. Eaton, clerk, Trone, Va. Membership, 232. Received last year, 11. 
Church building valued at $4,000. Two sermons a month. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $500.81; Foreign Missions, $48.19; Home Missions, $75.09- 
Education, $11.61; all other purposes, $590.13. 

Snnday-school — J. M. Anderson, superintendent, Trone, Va. ; Miss Elsie Sir- 
baugh, secretary, Trone, Va. Enrollment, 131. Contributed to all other 
purposes, $132.72. 

Christian Endeavor — Walton E. Brill, president. Hooks Mill, W. Va. ; Miss 
Elsie Sirbaugh, corresponding secretary, Trone, Va. Members — active, 40; 
associate, 12; total, 52. 

WASHINGTON — No pastor; Rev. A. B. Kendall was pastor last year; I. W. Hitch- 
cock, clerk, 801 Allison St., Washington, D. C. Membership, 40. Received 
last year, 2. Two sermons a Sunday. Contributed to Foreign Missions, $8 55- 
Home Miss"ions, $28.35; Education, $8.55; all other purposes, $1,131.94. 
Sunday-scliool — I. W. Hitchcock, superintendent, 801 Allison St., N. W., Wash- 
ington, D. C. ; Lois Scott, secretar>, Greensboro, N. C. Enrollment, 25. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $74.95. 

Christian Endeavor — Mrs. A. B. Kendall, president, 102 3 Garfield Ave Snrine-- 
field, Ohio. Members, 10. • ^ & 

WHISTLERS CHAPEL— Rev. A. W. Andes, pastor; Rev. A. W. Andes was pastor 
last year; Robert L. Ettel, clerk, Quicksburg, Va. Membership, 34. Received 
last year, 1. One sermon a month. Contributed to pastoral service, $44.26; 
Foreign Missions, $4.35; Home Missions, $14.45; Education, $4.35; all other 
purposes, $2.35. 

Sunday-school — Robert L. Ettel, superintendent, Quicksburg, Va.; John 
Silvius, secretary, Quicksburg, Va. Enrollment, 46. Contributed to all other 
purposes, $10.16. 

Christian Endeavor — A. M. Green, president, Quicksburg, Va. ; Edgar F. Wil- 
liams, corresponding secretary, Quicksburg, Va. Members — active, 30. 

WINCHESTER — Rev. C. A. McDaniel, pastor; Rev. C. A. McDaniel was pastor 
last year; Roy A. Larrick, clerk, Winchester, Va. Membership, 141. Re- 
ceived last year, 7. Church building valued at $18,000.00. Two sermons every 
Sunday. Contributed to pastoral service, $815.01; Foreign Missions, $99.61- 
Home Missions, $138.04; Education, $16.56; all other purposes, $1,026.09. 
Sunday-school — Roy A. Larrick, superintendent, Winchester, Va.; Morris E. 
Gather, secretary, Winchester, Va. Enrollment, 134. Contributed to all 
other purposes, $339.41. 

Christian Endeavor — Irvin Gather, president, Winchester, Va. ; Miss Gwenda- 
lin McDaniel, corresponding secretary, "Winchester, Va. Members — active, 
38; honorary, 16; total, 54. 

WOODS CHAPEL — Rev. A. W. Andes, pastor; Rev. A. W. Andes was pastor last 
year; Mrs. Jennie Kingree, clerk, New Market, Va. Membership 89 Re- 
ceived last year, 11. Church building valued at $500.00. One sermon a month. 
Contributed to pa&toral service, $74.53; Foreign Missions, $7.55; Home Mis- 
sions, $24.95; Education, $7.50; all other purposes, $45.28 



248 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

Sunday-school — Charles Shaffer, superintendent, New Market, Va. ; Elmer 
Shaffer, secretary. New Market, Va. Enrollment, 59. Contributed to all other 
purposes, $18.93. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 7; Churches. 27; Membership, 2,373. Contribu- 
tions: Pastoral service, $3,970.13; Education, $235.84; Foreig-n Missions, 
$396.01; Home Missions, $988.00; all other purposes, $9,513.21. Sunday-schaols, 
23; Enrollment, 1,676. Christia.n Endeavor Societies, 7; Membership, 226. 
Total contributions reported, $15,103.19. 



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NEW YORK, NEW .JERSEY, AND PENNSYLVANIA CONFERENCE 

(COLORED) 

(Reported by Secretary Hooper) 

Officers — Rev. J. L.. Collins, 62 Wright St., Newark, N. J. — President. 

Rev. W. J. Prichard, 1505 Bainbridge St., Philadelphia, Pa. — Vice-President. 
Rev. Wesley Rooks, 1622 Fitzwater St., Philadelphia, Pa. — Financial Secretary. 
Mrs. Cora D. Hooper. Box 77, Vaux Hall, N. J. — Recording Secretary. 
James M. Johnson, Burnette Ave., Vaux Hall, N. J. — Treasurer. 
Rev. J. A. Brodie, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. — Field Missionary. 

Ministers — Pasley. R. 

Brodie, J. A. Prichard, W. J. 

Collins, J. L. Rooks, Wesley 

Another year, I hope to be able to give you what information you desire 
in some form. This is my first year to take hold of the work, and the reports 
were mostly verbal and not in full, fo that we are not able to give any intelligent 
report. 

All the churches have given financial help to Foreign Missions and to Educa- 
tion, but it is given through the Christian Convention, through the medium of 
Conference Taxes. A collection of fifty dollars was raised for Education during 
the Conference. 

Church, Pastor, Clerk, Offerings, Organizations 

(Offerings October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

BETHESDA — Rev. R. B. Budie, pastor. 

FLAT ROCK — Rev. R. Pasley, pastor. Membership, 57. Received last year, 12. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $200.00. 

JERUSALEM — Rev. J. A. Brodie, pastor. Membership, 31. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $150.00. 

MACEDONIA — Rev. J. L. Collins, pastor; Rev. J. L. Collins was pastor last year; 
^Villiam T. Hooper, clerk. Box 77, Vaux Hall, N. J. Membership, 45. Re- 
ceived last year, 8. Church building valued at $4,000.00. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $500.00. 

Sunday-school — ^Vm. E. Gourdine, superintendent, Berkley Place, Vaux Hall, N. J. 
Enrollment, 60; average attendance, 35. 

Christian Endeavor — Mrs. Laura C. Gourdine, president, Berkley Place, Vaux 
Hall. N. J.; Mrs. Leona A. Moseley, corresponding secretary, Oswald Place, 
Vaux Hall, N. J. Members — active, 30. 

ZION — Rev. W. J. Prichard, pastor. Membership, 22. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers. 5; Churches, 5; Membership, 155. Contributions: 
Pastoral service, $850.00. Sunday-schools, 1; Enrollment, 60. Christian En- 
deavor Societies, 1; Membership, 30. 

EASTERN ATLANTIC (COLORED) 

(Reported by President H'argett) 

Session of 1921— 
Session of 1922 — 

Offlcer.s — Rev. F. A. Hargett, 1110 Avery St., Morehead City, N. C. — President. 
Rev. %. H. Milteer, 90 Burn St., Newburn, N. C. — Secretary. 
Mr. J. F. Squires, Maribel, N. C. — Treasurer. 



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Church, Paxtor, Clerk, OireringH, Or^aniEiitionN 

(Offering-s October 1, 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

This list is taken from The Christian Annual of some years back. We have 
no means of knowing whether or not it is correct. 

Ministers — Smith, A., 511 Shine St., Kinston, N. C. 

Avan, W. G.. 187 George St., Newbern, N. C. Smith, J. A., 511 Shine St., Kinston, N. C. 

Baxter, C. S. Smith, J. H., Marysvllle, N. C. 

Mann, Joseph, 32 R. R. St., Raleigh, N. C. Taylor, F. L. 

Matthews, A. D., Pamlico, N. C. Thompson, W. W. 

Milteer, J. H., 66 Main St., Newbern, N. G. Licentiates — 

Moore, H. E., Pamlico, N. C. Beasley, Howard, Maribel, N. C. 

Parsons, J. M., 511 Shine St., Kinston, N. C. Miller, W. C., North Harlow, N. C. 

Randall, P. R., Arapahoe, N. C. Pollom, A. F., Town Creek, N. C. 

BROAD CREEK CHAPEL, — Rev. C. T. Uttly, pastor; Rev. J. H. Milteer was pastor 
last year; G. T. Moore, clerk. Oriental, N. C. Membership, 45. Received last 
year, 10. Church building- valued at $800.00. Preaching- once a month. Con- 
tributed to Foreig-n Missions, $20.00; Home Missions, $10.00; Education, $5.00; 
Relief, $15.00; all other purposes. $25.00. 

Sunday-Nchool — G. T. Moore, superintendent, Pamlico, N. C; Sallie Green, 
secretary, Pamlico, N. C. Enrollment, 35; average attendance, 25. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $15.00. 

CENTRAL STAR^ — Rev. S. B. Banter, pastor; Rev. D. Cooper was pastor last year; 
E. J. Hicks, clerk, 304 E. Brig-ht St., Kinston. N. C. Membership, 7. Church 
building- valued at $800.00. Preaching once a month. Contributed to pastoral 
service. $100.00; Relief, $5.00; all other purposes, $10.00. 

CHRISTIAN CHAPEL — Rev. A. D. Matthews, pastor; Rev. A. D. Matthews was 
pastor last year; William Ambras, clerk, Stella, N. C. Membership, 33. Re- 
ceived last year, 5. Church building- valued at $600.00. Preaching- once a 
month. Contributed to pastoral service, $125.00; Foreign Missions, $15.00; 
Home Missions, $10.00; Education, $5.00; Relief, $25.00; all other purposes, 
$35.00. 

Sun»lay-.scliool — W^illiam Ambras, superintendent, Stella, N. C. ; Lenar Hill, 
secretary, Stella, N. C. Enrollment, 35; averag-e attendance, 20. Contributed 
to all other purposes, $10.00. 

CHRISTIAN HOPE — Rev. J. H. Milteer, pastor; Rev. J. H. Milteer was pastor last 
year; Alexander Pellum, clerk. Membership, 34. Received last year, 10. 
Church building valued at $500.00. Preaching- once a month. Contributed to 
Foreig-n Missions, $15.00; Home Missions, $10.00; Education, $5.00; Relief, 
$5.00; all other purposes, $15.00. 

Sunday-school — Alexander Pellum, superintendent; Ellsie Pellum, secretary. 
Enrollment, 25; average attendance, 15. Contributed to all other purposes, 
$10.00. 

CHRISTIAN STAR — Rev. F. A. Hargett, pastor; Rev. F. A. Harg-ett was pastor 
last year; Mrs. Zilphia Sawyer, clerk, Morehead City, N. C. Membership, 19. 
Received last year, 3. Church building valued at $800.00. Preaching- once a 
month. Contributed to pastoral service, $100.00; Foreign Missions, $10.00; 
Home Missions, $5.00; Education, $5.00; Relief, $5.00; all other purposes, $15.00. 
Sunday-school — Zilphia Sawyer, superintendent, Morehead City, N. C; Mrs. 
Nora Sawyer, secretary, Morehead City, N. C. Enrollment, 20; average at- 
tendance, 12. Contributed to all other purposes, $15.00. 

HAVELOCK MISSION — Rev. D. Cooper, pastor; Rev. D. Cooper was pastor last 
year; D. Cooper, clerk, Havelock, N. C. Mei-nbership, 11. Preaching every 
Sunday. Contributed to pastoral service, $50.00; Home Missions, $5.00; all 
other purposes, $10.00. 

Sunday-school — Lyda Bengaham, superintendent, Havelock, N. C. ; Leo Cully, 
secretary, Havelock, N. C. Enrollment, 11; average attendance, 8. Contribut- 
ed to all other purposes, $5.00. 

MARTIN CHAPEL — Rev. M. S. White, pastor; Rev. M. S. White was pastor last 
year; D. J. Wright, clerk, Creedmore, N. C. Membership, 52. Received last 
year, 5. Church building- valued at $400.00. Preaching once a month. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service. $150.00; Foreign Missions, $15.00; Home Missions, 
$10.00; Education, $5.00; Relief, $15.00; all other purposes, $35.00. 
Sunday-school — D. J. Wright, superintendent, Creedmore. N. C. ; Mary Wright, 
secretary, Creedmore, N. C. Enrollment, 40; average attendance, 25. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $15.00. 

MT. OLIVES — Rev. A. D. Matthews, pastor; Rev. H. W. "Walker was pastor last 
year; G. R. Smith, clerk. Maysville, N. C. Membership, 8. Church building 



250 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

valued at $250.00. Preaching- once a month. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$100.00; Foreign Missions, $5.00; Home Missions. $5.00; Education, $5.00; Re- 
lief, $5.00; all other purposes, $50.00. 

Sunday-school — G. R. Smith, superintendent, Maysville, N. C. Enrollment, 15; 
average attendance, 12. Contributed to all other purposes, $5.00. 

IHT. ZION — Rev. C. T. Uttly, pastor; Rev. J. H. Milteer was pastor last year; 
Daniel Green, clerk. Fort Barnsville, N. C. Membership, 40. Received last 
year, 5. Church building valued at $800.00. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$140.00; Foreign Missions, $15.00; Home Missions, $5.00; Education, $3.00; Re- 
lief, $10.00; all other purposes, $15.00. 

Sunday-school — Daniel Green, superintendent. Fort Barnsville, N. C. ; Mag-gie 
Winget, secretary. Fort Barnsville, N. C. Enrollment, 25; average attendance, 
15. Contributed to all other purposes, $10.00. 

MYRTLE GROVE — Rev. C. T. Uttly, pastor; Rev. H. \V. Walker was pastor last 
year; M. T. Rinsy, clerk, Maysville, N. C. Membership. C>9. Received last 
year, 12. Church building- valued at $1,200.00. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$225.00; Foreign Missions, $20.00; Home Missions, $15.00; Education, $5.00; 
Relief, $15.00; all other purposes, $35.00. 

Sunday-school — M. T. Rinsy, superintendent, Maysville, N. C. ; Allie Ward, 
secretary, Maysville, N. C. Enrollment, 50; average attendance, 40. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $15.00. 

PILGRIM REST — Rev. F. A. Harg-ett, pastor; Rev. F. A. Harg-ett was pastor last 
year; C. E. McCabe, clerk. North Harlowe, N. C. Membership, 49. Received 
last year, 12. Church building- valued at $800.00. Preaching once a month. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $170.00; Foreign Missions, $15.00; Home Mis- 
sions, $10.00; Education,. $5.00; Relief, $25.00; all other purposes, $10.00. 
Sunday-school — A. N. Gooden, superintendent. North Harlowe, N. C; Sudie 
Stamps, secretary, North Harlowe. N. C. Enrollment, 20; average attendance. 
10. Contributed to all other purposes, $12.00. 

ST. ANTIOCH — Rev. F. A. Hargett, pastor; Rev. F. A. Hargett was pastor last 
year; J. F. Squires, clerk, Maribel, N. C. Membership, 135. Received last 
year, 20. Church building valued at $15,000.00. Preaching once a month. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $253.00; Foreig-n Missions, $25.00; Home Mis- 
sions, $15.00; Education, $35.00; Relief, $40.00; all other purposes, $632.00. 
Sunday-school — J. F. Squires, superintendent, Maribel, N. C; Florence Riggs, 
secretary, Maribel, N. C. Enrollment, 100; averag-e attendance, 75. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $50.00. 

Christian Endeavor — W. P. Squires, president. Maribel, N. C; Beatrice Miller, 
corresponding- secietary. Contributed to Christian Endeavor Department, 
$10.00; all other purposes, $25.00. 

ST. GALILEE — Rev. S. B. Baxter, pastor; Rev. S. B. Baxter was pastor last year; 
Darius Mann, clerk. Pamlico. N. C. Membership, 35. Received last year, 6. 
Church building valued at $1,000.00. Preaching once a month. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $125.00; Foreign Missions, $10.00; Home Missions. $5.00; 
Education. $5.00; Relief, $10.00; all other purposes, $50.00. 

Suiiday-seliool — Moses Haiveey, superintendent, Pamlico, N. C. ; Martha Green, 
secretary. Pamlico, N. C. Enrollment. 30; average attendance, 15. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $10.00. 

ST. MATHEWS CHAPEL — Rev. F. A. Hargett, pastor; Rev. F. A. Hargett was 
pastor last year; Fannie Kinsey, clerk. Pollocksville, N. C. Membership, 40. 
Received last year, 5. Church building- valued at $1,000.00. Preaching once a 
month. Contributed to pastoral service, $150.00; Foreign Missions, $10.00; 
Home Missions. $5.00; Education, $3.50; Relief, $10.00; all other purposes, 
$50.00. 

Sunday-school — J. G. Coleman, superintendent, Pollocksville, N. C. ; A. Smith, 
secretary, Pollocksville, N. C. Enrollment, 25; averag-e attendance, 15. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $6.00. 

SMALL CHAPEL — Rev. C. T. Uttly, pastor; Rev. S. B. Baxter was pastor last 
year; F. S. Rimei-, clerk, Arapahoe. N. C. Membership, 51. Received last year. 
15. Church building valued at $2,000.00. Preaching twice monthly. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $400.00; Foreign Missions, $20.00; Home Missions, 
$5.00; Education, $5.00; Relief, $25.00; all other purposes, $430.00. 
Sunday-school — E. L,. Taylor, superintendent. Arapahoe. N. C. ; Arole Lee. 
secretary. Arapahoe, N. C. Eniollment. 50; average attendance. 30. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes. $25.00. 

UIVIOIV CHAPEL — Rev. J. H. 'Milteer, pastor; Rev. J. H. Milteer was pastor last 
year; Wade Taylor, clerk, Kinston. N. C. Membership, 25. Received last year, 
5. Church building valued at $650.00. Preaching- once a month. Contributed 
to Foreign Missions, $10.00; Home Missions, $5.00; Relief, $5.00; all other 
purposes, $25.00. 



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Sunday-Hchool — Wade Taylor, superintendent, Kinston, N. C. ; May Loye, sec- 
retary, Kinston, N. C. Enrollment, 25; average attendance, 15. Contributed 
to all other purposes, $15.00. 

UXION GROVE — Rev. J. H. Milteer, pastor; Rev. J. H. Milteer was pastor last year ; 
Millie McMiller, clerk. Membership, 15. Received last year, 5. Church build- 
ing- valued at $400.00. Preaching once a month. Contributed to pastoral 
service. $125.00; Foreign Missions, $10.00; Home Missions, $5.00; Relief, $5.00; 
all other purposes, $10.00. 

Sanday-school — iW. S. Wright, superintendent. Enrollment, 28; average at- 
tendance, 15. Contributed to all other purposes, $15.00. 

WEST STREET — Rev. W. Geo. Avant, pastor; Rev. W;. Geo. Avant was pastor 
last year; B. F. Cloud, clerk, 14 Ash St., Newbern, N. C. Membership, 75. 
Received last year, 12. Church building valued at $15,000.00. Preaching 
twice monthly. Contributed to pastoral service, $350.00; Foreign Missions, 
$2,500.00; Home Missions, $10.00; Education. $10.00; Relief, $25.00; all other 
purposes, $75.00. 

Sunday-»icho<ol — B. F. Cloud, superintendent, 14 Ash Street, Newbern, N. C; 
Everlina Redick, secretary, 35 William St., Newbern, N. C. Enrollment, 
50; average attendance, 35. Contributed to all other purposes, $25.00. 

ZION HILL — Rev. J. H.Milteer, pastor; Rev. H. W. Walker was pastor last year; 
Alden Green, clerk. Florence, N. C. Membership, 65. Received last year, 10. 
Church building valued at $800.00. Preaching once a month. Contributed to 
pastoral service, $240.00; Foreign Missions, $1,500.00; Home Missions. $8.00; 
Education, $5.00; all other pui-poses, $45.00. 

Sunday-school — Alden Cooper, superintendent. Florence, N. C. ; Mary Green, 
secretary, Florence, N. C. Enrollment, 40; average attendance, 25. Con- 
tributed to all other purposes, $25.00. 

SUM-MARY — Ordained ministers, 13; Licentiates, 3; Churches. 19; Membership, 808. 
Contributions: Pastoral service, $2,803.00; Education. $106.50; Foreign Mis- 
sions, $255.00; Home Missions. $143.00; Relief, $245.00; all other purposes, 
$1,572.00. Sunday-schools, 18; Enrollment, 624. Christian Endeavor Societies, 
1. Contributed to Christian Endeavor Department, $10.00. Total contribu- 
tions reported, $5,134.50. 

NORTH CAROLINA (SOUTHERN DIVISION) (COLORED) 

(Reported by Secretary Dowd) 
Session of 1921 — 
Session of 1922 — 

Ofiioers — Rev. W. S. Matthews, 303 Pugh St.. Raleigh, N. C. — President. 

Rev. I. D. C. Goodson, Clayton, N. C. — ^AT'ice-President. 

Rev. S. Dowd, 202 Battle St., Raleigh, N. C. — Secretary. 

Rev. J. D. Hill, 810 E. Martin St., Raleigh. N. C. — Assistant Secretary. 

William Whitker, Garner, N. C. — Treasurer. 

Rev. C. A. Stroud, 1410 Hawkins St., Raleigh, N. C. — Treasurer Sinking Fund. 

This list is taken from The Christian Annual of a few years back. We have 
no means of knowing whether or not it is correct. 

Ministers — Matthews, W. S., 8 Worth St., Raleigh, N. C. 

Alexander, P. R., Goodes Ferry, Va. McClean, W. M. 

Allen. W. M., Gary, N. C. Page, N. H., Holly Springs, N. C. 

Baldwin, H. B., Apex, N. C. Pearson, J. E., Townsville, N. C. 

Baskerville, H. S., Henderson, N. C. Phillips. W. H. 

Blue. E. J., Aberdeen, N. C. Richardson, C. W., Zehulon, N. C. R. R. 2. 

Boyd, G. S., Townsville, N. C. Russell, H., Norlina, N. C. 

Bright, A. A., Raleigh, N. C. Samuels, J. E., Franklinton, N. C. 

Brown, J. H. Stroud. C. A.. Raleigh, N. C. 

Bullock, R. D., Manson, N. C. Upchurch. W. J., Method, N. C. 

Dowd, S., Raleigh, N. C. Watkins, A. W., Norlina, N. C. 

Drake, G. W., Ridgeway, N. C, R. R. 1. Watson, M. L., Raleigh, N. C. 

Dugger, W. H., Durham, N. C. Willam.s, B. J., McCullers, N. C. 

Eaton, J. R., Louisburg, N. G. Lioentiate.s — 

Enoch, I. B. Bullock, B. W., Manson, N. C. 

Goodson, I. D. C., Clayton, N. C. Clifton, John, Youngsville, N. C. 

Hall, G. T., Newport News, Va. Cross, L., Durham, N. G. 

Harris, C. A.. Cor. Goflf and Bolton Sts., Nor- McClendin, L. A.. Durham, N. C. 

folk, Va. McCoy, A. W., Raleigh, N. C. 

Hawkins, Thomas, Gary, N. C. Shaw, A. 

Henderson, J. A., Townsville, N. C. Smith, A. J., Garner. N. C. 

Higgs, N. E., Durham, N. G. Sneed, Wm.. Rockingham, N. C. 

Hill, Edmond, Raleigh, N. C. Taylor, J. J., Raleigh, N. C. 

Holloway, A. J., Hendei-son, N. G. Thomas, Wm. 

Jones, M. A., Raleigh, N. C. Walker, H. W. 

Jones, T. L. H., Ridgeway. N. G. ""vVTiitley, Randall. Wilson Mills, N. C. 

Long, H. E., Franklinton, N. G. Williams. G. L.. Clayton, N. G. 

Mabry, J. H., Durham, N. G. Wilder, Josiah, Wi'son. N. G. 



252 THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 

Church, Pastor, Clerk, Offerings, Org^anizatlons 

(Offerings October 1. 1920, to October 1, 1921) 

BETHliEHE>I — Rev. J. E. Pearson, pastor; Rev. J. E. Pearson was pastor last 
year; Mrs. Maggie Hargne, clerlv Membership, 52. Received last year, 5. 
Church building valued at $300.00. One-half time preaching. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $70.00; all other purposes, $200.00. 

BISHOP TEMPLE — Rev. J. H. Mabry, pastor; Rev. J. H. Mabry was pastor last 
year. .Membership, 26. Church building valued at $500.00. Preaching once 
a month. Contributed to pastoral service, $50.00; all other purposes, $60.00. 

BLOSSOM GROVE — Rev. D. A. Hargrave, pastor; Rev. D. A. Hargrave was pastor 
last year. Membership, 13. Received last year, 3. Church building valued 
at $500.00. Preaching every third Sunday. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$71.13; all other purposes, $100.00. 

CEDAR GROVE — Rev. S. R. Bradshaw, pastor; Rev. S. R. Bradshaw was pastor 

last year. Percy Place, clerk. Membership, 37. Received last year, 10. 

Church building valued at $300.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $212.83; 
Education, $300.00. 

CHILERIIV CHAPEL — Rev. J. E. Pearson, pastor; Rev. J. E. Pearson was pastor 
last year. Membership, 10. Received last year, 2. Church building valued at 
$200.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $10.00. 

CHRISTIAN ANTIOCH — Rev. J. A. Henderson, pastor; Rev. J. A. Henderson was 
pastor last year; A. Davis, Jr., clerk. Membership, 200. Received last year, 
13. Church building valued at $4,000.00. Preaching third Sundays. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $200.00; all other purposes, $600.00. 

CHRISTIAN CHAPELL — Rev. J. A. Henderson, pastor; Rev. J. A. Henderson was 
pastor last year; J. E. Wilson, clerk. Membership, 194. Received last year, 
19. Church building valued at $2,000.00. Preaching second Sundays. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $250.00; all other purposes, $614.71. 

CHRISTIAN HOME — Rev. A. J. Holloway, pastor. Membership, 10. Church build- 
ing valued at $100.00. Contributed to all other purposes, $80.00. 

DEANS GROVE — Rev. W. M. Holloway, pastor. Membership, 6. Contiibuted to 
pastoral service, $5.00; all other puiposes, $26.00. 

DIRHA3I (SECOND CHI RCH> — Rev. W. H. Duggor, pastor; Rev. W. H. Duggor 
was pastor last year; L.ina Setlow, clerk. Membership, 17. Received last 
year. 2. Preaching once a month. Contributed to pastoral service, $34.00; 
all other purposes, $50.00. 

EANES GROAE — Rev. C. H. Harper, pastor; Rev. C. H. Harper was pastor last 
year; Eliza Roggers, clerk. Membership, 13. Received last year, 1. Church 
building valued at $400.00. Preaching once a month. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $38.25; all other purposes, $50.00. 

FRANKLINTON — Rev. W. G. Avant. pastor; Rev. W. G. Avant was pastor last 
year; J. R. Cook, clerk, Franlvlinton, N. C. Membership, 95. Received last 
year, 16. Church building valued at $4,000.00. Preaching once a month. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $300.00. 

FRIENDSHIP — Rev. A. J. Holloway, pastor. Membership, 70. Received last year, 
8. Church building valued at $800.00. Preaching once a month. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $300.00; all other purposes, $500.00. 

HICKORV GROVE — Rev. W. M. Allen, pastor; Rev. W. M. Allen was pastor last 
year. J. E Holloway, clerk. Membership, 46. Received last year, 7. Con- 
tributed to pastoral service, $50.00; all other purposes, $81.00. 

HIRNANT CHAPEL — Rev. L. C. Cross, pastor; Rev. L. C. Cross was pastor last 
year. Membership. 60. Received last year, 8. Church building valued at 
$900.00. Preacliing once a month. Contributed to pastoral service, $200.00; 
Education, $400.00. 

HAND HILL — Rev. J. E. Pearson, pastor; Rev. J. E. Pearson was pastor last year; 
Mrs. B. A. Vanerbell, clerk. Membership, 58. Received last yeai-, 3. Church 
building valued at $800.00. Preaching first Sunday each month. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $46.81; all othei- purposes, $115.20. 

JERUSALEM — Rev. P. R. Alexander, pastor; Rev. P. R. Alexander was pastor 
last year; C. S. Alexander, clerk. Membership, 224. Received last year, 16. 
Church building valued at $3,000.00. Preaching first Sunday each month. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $143.56; all other purposes, $300.00. 



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Sunday-Nchool — J. S. Wright, superintendent. Palmer Spring's, Va. ; Mrs. Lora 
Chapel, secretary. Gold Leaf, Va. Enrollment, 125; averag-e attendance, 60. 
Contributed to Sunday-school Department, $5.00; all other purposes, $20.00. 

KINCHES CHAPEL — Rev. W. J. Upchurch, pastor; Rev. W. J. Upchurch was 
pastor last year. Membership, 60. Received last year, 8. Church building 
valued at $600.00. Preaching once a month. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$81.00. 

I<OUIS CHAPELi^ — Rev. J. H. Mabry, pastor; Rev. J. H. Mabry was pastor la'st 
year. Membership, 30. Received last year, 1. Church building valued at 
$100.00. Preaching once a month. Contributed to all other purposes, $200.00. 

MAPLE TEMPLE — Rev. W. M. Allen, pastor; Rev. W. M. Allen was pastor last 
year; Annie B. Temple, clerk. Membership, 45. Received last year, 17. 
Church building valued at $3,000.00. Preaching once a month. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $329.69; all other purposes, $806.46. 

MT. VERXON — Rev. N. E. Higgs, pastor; Rev. 2^' E. Higgs was pastor last year; 
E. Li. Mitchell, clerk. Church building valued at $1,000.00. Preaching once a 
month. Contributed to pastoral service, $221.38; all other purposes, $450.20. 

MT. ZIOIV, RICHMOND CO. — Rev. J. W. Meadows, pastor; Rev. J. H. Mabry was 
pastor last year. Membei .^hip, 46. Receivd last year, 40. Church building 
valued at $300.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $151.49; all other purposes, 
$102.20. 

MT. ZION, VANCE CO Rev. P. R. Alexander, pastor; Rev. P. R. Alexander was 

pastor last year; "W. H. Henderson, clerk. Membership, 120. Received last 
year, 14. Church building valued at $2,000.00. Preaching fourth Sunday each 
month. Contributed to pastoral service, $100.00; all other pui'poses, $240.22. 
Sunday-school — C. Holloway, superintendent, Henderson, N. C; Sallie Hollo- 
way, secretary, Henderson, N. C. 

NEW BETHEL — Rev. L. C. Cross, pastor; Rev. L. C. Cross was pastor last year; 
J. W. Woodard, clerk. Membership, 31. Received last year. 8. Church build- 
ing valued at $1,000.00. Preaching once a month. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $100.00; all other purposes, $170.20. 

NEW LIGHT — Rev. W. M. Bullock, pastor; Rev. W. M. Bullock was pastor last 
year; Mrs. Ella Phillip, clerk. Membership, 83. Church building valued at 
$500.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $99.75; all other purposes, $200.00: 

NEW ROCK SPRINGS — Rev. A. J. Holoway, pastor; Rev. A. J. Holoway was 
pastor last year; Thomas Tanner, clerk. Membership, 72. Received last year, 
2. Church building valued at $300.00. Preaching fourth Sunday each month. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $95.82; Education, $144.52. 

OAK LEVEL — Rev. J. A. Henderson, pastor; Rev. J. A. Henderson was pastor 
last year; A. D. Bullock, clerk. Membership, 250. Received last year, 40. 
Church building valued at $3,000.00. Preaching once a month. Contributed 
to pastoral service, $200.00; all other purposes, $400.00. 

PLEASANT GROVE — Rev. 1. D. C. Goodson, pastor: Rev. I. D. C. Goodson was 
pastor last year; W. H. Babee, clerk. Membership, 147. Received last year, 
6. Church building valued at $1,000.00. Contributed to pastoral service, 
$200.00; all other purposes, $316.10. 

RONOKE CHAPEL — Rev. G. W. Drake, pastor; Rev. G. W. Drake was pastor last 
year; James Meacham, clerk. Membership, 175. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $151.48; all other purposes, $272.30. 

ROWLAND CHAPEL — Rev. L. C. Cross, pastor; Rev. T. H. Jones was pastor last 

year; John Alston, clerk. Membership, 41. Received last year. 13. Church 

building valued at $400.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $56.65; all other 
purposes, $200.00. 

ST, ANDREWS — Rev. G. W. Drake, pastor; Rev. G. W. Drake was pastor last 
year; Gladie Jackson, clerk. Membership, 27. Church building valued at 
$1,000.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $96.00; all other purposes, $200.00. 

ST. JOHN — Rev. L. C. Cross, pastor; A. S. Jackson, clerk. Membership, 26. Re- 
ceived last year, 5. Church building valued at $600.00. Preaching once a 
month. Contributed to pastoral service, $400.00. 

ST. LUKE — Rev. A. J. Holloway, pastor. Membership. 6. Received last year, 1. 
Church building valued at $300.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $75.00; 
all other purposes, $80.00. 



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ST. PAUL. — Rev. J. H. Mabry, pastor; Rev. J. H. Mabry was pastor last year; 
Willar I. Brown, clerk. Membership, 101. Received last year, 7. Church 
building- valued at $1,000.00. Contributed to pastoral service, $200.00; all 
other purposes, $500.00. 

WAKE FOREST — Rev. L. C. Cross, pastor; Rev. L. C. Cross was pastor last year; 
Florence White, clerk. Membership, 60. Received last year, 20. Church 
building- valued at $800.00. Preaching- once a month. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $200.00. 

WHITES GROVE — Rev. P. R. Alexander, pastor; Rev. P. R. Alexander was pastor 
last year. Membership, 100. Received last year, 9. Church building valued 
at $1,000.00. Preaching- second Sunday each month. Contributed to pastoral 
service, $129.00; al! other purposes, $300.00. 

Snnday-school^ — iW. B. Hunter, superintendent, Norlina, N. C. Enrollment, 
75; average attendance, 40. 

WHITE ROCK — Rev. N. E. Higg-s, pastor; Rev. N. E. Higgs was pastor last year; 
John L. Curtis, clerk. Membership, 117. Received last year, 28. Preaching 
twice a month. Contributed to pastoral service, $800.00; all other purposes, 
$10,918.20. 

ZIOIV HILLi — Rev. I. Boyd, pastor; Rev. I. Boyd was pastor last year; Allie B. 
Cole, clerk. Church building valued at $2,000.00. Preaching once a month. 
Contributed to pastoral service, $65.00; all other purposes, $71.48. 

ZION TEMPLE — Rev. C. Harper, pastor; Rev. C. Harper was pastor last year. 
Membership, 14. Received last year, 1. Church building valued at $200.00. 
Preaching once a month. Contributed to pastoral service, $10.00; alV other 
purposes, $20.00. 

SUMMARY — Ordained ministers, 39; Licentiates, 14; Churches, 39; Membership, 
2,722. Contributions: Pastoral service, $5,743.84; Education. $844.52; all other 
purposes, $18,368.79. Sunday-schools, 3; Enrollment, 200; Contributed to 
Sunday-school Department, $5.00. Total contributions reported, $24,962.15. 



REPORT OF CHURCHES— EASTERN INDIANA CONFERENCE 
By Secretary Kessler 



Churches reported, 64. 

Members reported this year, 5,536. 

Members reported last year, 4,735. 

Gain, 801. 

Devotional 

Baptisms, 206. 

Communion services, 151. 

Churches having prayer meeting once a 
week, 49. 

Churches not having prayer meeting, 
15. 

Churches having full time preaching, 8. 

Churches having half-time preaching, 
51. 

Churches having quarter time preach- 
ing, 4. 

Expenses 

Amount paid on pastors' salaries, 

$26,545.00. 
Amount paid for building and repairs, 

$24,220.34. 
Amount paid for local church expense, 

$11,367.34. 

Benevolen«e 
American Christian Convention, $404.91. 
Foreign Missions, $1,225.24. 
Home Missions. $799.05. 
Education, $223.44. 
Conference Fund, $1,240.14. 



Other Benevolences, $2,007.87. 

Church Expenses, $47.86. 

Total, $57,828.46. 

Total for all purposes, $81,425.30. 

Members contributing to the support of 
churches, 2,904. 

Members not contributing, 1,906. 

Property- 
Estimated value of church property, 
$155,400.00. 

Insurance carried, $140,270.00. 

Endowment, $2,700.00. 

Value of parsonages, $11,600.00. 
Organization 

Churches having Sunday-schools, 64. 

Churches having Christian Endeavor 
Societies, 15. 

Churches having Junior Christian En- 
deavor Societies, 3. 

Churches having Missionary Societies, 
10. 

Churches having Ladies' Aid Societies, 
43. 

Churches having other societies, 4. 

Liiterature 

Number of Heralds of Gospel Liberty 

taken, 189. 
Number of Christian Missionaries 

taken, 82. 



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Location of Churches 

The following table contains the names of Christian Churches located in 
cities and villages. The ones not named are in the open country. 



Alabama 

Whole number of churches 25 

Whole number in country 21 

Whole number in villages of 5,000 or more. 1 

Lowell. 
Whole number in villages of 500 or more. . 1 

WadJey. 
Whole number in villages of 300 or less. . . 2 

Pisgah, Cragford. 

Central Illinois 

Whole number of churches 25 

Whole number in cities of 25,000 or more. . 1 

Danville. 
Whole number in cities of 10,000 or more.. 1 

Urbana. 
Whole number in villages of 2,000 or more. 2 

Tuscola, Artbur. 
Whole number in villages of 1,000 or more. 1 

Atwood. 
Whole number in villages of 500 or more. . 4 

Bismarck, Pierson, Milmine, Muncie. 
Whole number in villages of 300 or less. ... 7 

Lane (or Salt Creek), Garrett, Forest Hill, 

Hedrick, Royal, Tilton, Christian Chapel. 

Central Indiana 

Whole number of churches 9 

Whole number in country 8 

Whole number in villages of 800' or less... 1 

Clifford. 

Central lo^va 

Whole number of churches 5 

Whole number in country 1 

Whole number in villages of 300 or less. ... 4 

Ferguson, Barnes City, demons, Legrand. 

Eastern Indiana 

Whole number of churches 72 

Whole number in country 41 

Whole number in cities of 25,000 or more. . 2 

Muncie (First), Muncie (Second). 
Whole number in villages of 5,000 or more. 2 

Winchester, Portland. 
Whole number in villages of 1,000 or more. 2 

Albany, Fort Recovery. 
Whole number in villages of 500 or more. . 7 
Farmland, Fall Creek, Hagerstown, Hol- 
landsburg, Mooreland, Straughn, Sulphur 
Springs. 
Whole number in villages of 300 or less. . . 18 
Antioch. Blountsville, Boston, Brock, Carlos 
City, Chesterfield, Coletown, Dawn, Gaston, 
Harrisville, Millville, North Star, Wabash, 
Windsor, Buena Vista, Beamsville, Macedon, 
Stelvideo. 

Eastern Kansas 

Whole number of churches 4 

Whole number in country 3 

Whole number in villages of 300 or less... 1 
Maple City. 

Eastern Virginia 

Whole number of churches 45 

Whole number in country 23 

WTiole number in cities of 25,000 or more. 6 

Christian Temple, Old Zion, Norfolk 

(First), Norfolk (South), Portsmouth 

(First), Portsmouth, Elm Ave. 
Whole number in cities of 10,000 or more. 1 

Suffolk. 



Whole number in villages of 5,000 or more. 2 

Dover (Peoples), Ocean View. 
Whole number in villages of 2,000 or more. 1 

Franklin. 
Whole number in villages of 1,000 or more. 1 

Waverly. 
Whole number in villages of 500 or more. . 7 

Holland, Wakefield, Dendron, Mt. Zion, 

Wyoming, Windsor, Ivor. 
Whole number in villages of 300 or less. . . 4 

Hobson, Berea (Nansemond), Berea (Nor- 
folk ) , Damascas. 

Eel River 

Whole number of churches 33 

Whole number in country 15 

Whole number in cities of 10,000 or more. . 2 

Hunting-ton, Elkhart. 
Whole number in villages Qf 5,000 or more. 1 

Goshen. 
Whole number in villages of 2,000 or more. 1 

Nortb Manchester. 
Whole number in villages of 1,000 or more. 1 

Warren. 
Whole number in villages of 500 or more. . 1 

Wakarusa. 
Whole number in villages of 300 or less. . . 12 

Servia, Sidney, Leesburg, Collamer, Ma- 

jenica, Merriam, Murray, North Webster, 

Plum Tree, Waterford, Sparta, Linn Grove. 

Erie 

Whole number of churches 12 

Whole number in cities of 25,000 or more.. 1 

Erie. 
Whole number in cities of 10,000 or more. . 1 

Conneaut. 
Whole number in villages of 500 or naore. . 2 

East Springfield, Springboro. 
Whole number in villages of 300 or less. . . 3 

Beaver Center, Bear Lake, DeWittville. 

Georgia and Alabama 

Whole number of churches 18 

Whole number in counti-y 5 

Whole number in cities of 25,000 or more. . 2 

Rose Hill, North Highlands. 
Whole number in cities of 10,000 or more. . 3 

Lagrange, East Lagrange, Dunson (La/- 

g range) . 
Whole number in villages of 5,000 or more. 1 

Beulah. 
Whole number in villages of 2,000 or more. 3 

Lanett, Richland, Anderson. 
While number in villages of 300 or less. ... 4 

Enigma, Ambrc'se, Kite, Langdale. 

Illinois 

Whole number of churches 13 

Whole number in country 11 

Whole number in villages of 300 or less. ... 2 
Sims, Louisville. 

Indiana >Iiami Reserve 

Whole number of churches 28 

Whole number in country 16 

Whole number in cities of 25,000 or more. . 4 
Indianapolis (Community), Muncie (South 
Avondale), Anderson (Madison Ave. and 
23d St.). Marion (South Adams St.) 
Whole number in villages of 5,000 or more. 1 
Alexandria. 



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THE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL 



Whole number in villages of 300 or less. . . 7 
Markleville, Reed Station, Teetersburg, Lin- 
wood, Landessville, Dundee, Center. 



Whole number in villages of 300 or less... 5 
Appleton, East Middleton, Highwater, 
Westville, CooperdaJe. 



Kentucky Christian 

Whole number of churches 24 

Whole number in country 24 

Kentucky State 

Wbole number of churches 29 

Whole number in country 29 

Maine 

Whole number of churches 14 

Whole number in country 5 

Whole number in "cities of 25,000 or more.. 1 

Bangor, Maine. 
Whole number in villages of 5,000 or more. 2 

Eastport, Maine ; Lubec, Maine. 
Wrote number in villages of 2,000 or more. 1 

Newport, Maine. 
Whole number in villages of 300 or less. . . 5 

Albion, Blaine, Cherryfield, Corinna, Mars 

Hill. 

3Ierriniack 

Whole number of churches 10 

Wbole number in country 6 

Whole number in cities of 10,000 or more. 1 

Laconia. 
Whole number in villages of 5,000 or more. 1 

Franklin. 
Whole number in villages of 1,000 or more. 1 

Woodstock. 
Whole number in villages of 300 or less. . . 1 

Hill. 

Miami Oliio 

Whole number of churches 51 

Whole number in counti-y 21 

Whole number in cities of 25,000 or more. . 4 

Dayton (First), Dayton (Walnut Hills), 

Springfield (High Street), Springfield (Mel- 
rose ) . 
Whole number in cities of 10,000 or more. . 1 

Piqua. 
Whole number in villages of 5,000 or more. 2 

Greenville, Troy. 
Whole number in villages of 2,000 or more. 3 

Eaton, Franklin, Versailles. 
Whole number in villages of 1,000 or more. 3 

Covington, West Liberty, West Milton. 
Whole number in villages of 500 or more. . 4 

Ansonia, Christiansburg, Pleasant Hill, 

West Manchester. 
Whole number in villages of 300 or less. ... 13 

Campbellstown, Dayton (Crown Point), 

Enon, Houston, Laura, Ludlow Falls, Murlin 

Heights, New Palestine, Oran, PTiillips- 

burg, Plattsburg, Trotwood, Woodington. 

Michigan 

Whole number of churches 11 

Whole number in country 4 

Whole number in villages of 1,000 or more. 1 

Romeo. 
Whole number in villages of 500 or more. . 2 

Lexington, Maple Rapids. 
Whole number in villages of 300 or less. . . 4 

Middleton, Eureka, Vergennes, Worth. 

Mt. "Vernon 

Wbole number of churches 18 

Whole number in country 7 

Whole number in cities of 10,000 or more. . 1 

Coshocton. 
Whole number in villages of 2,000 or more. 2 

Utica, Centerburg. 
Whole number in villages of 500 or more. . 3 

Roseville, Danville, Sparta. 



Kcw Jersey 

Whole number of churches 22 

Whole number in cities of 25,000 or more. . 4 
Brooklyn (Church of the Evangel), Brook- 
lyn (Vanderveer Park), New York (Spring- 
field Docks), Ii-vington. 

Whole number in cities of 10,000 or more. . 1 
Lewisburg. 

Whole number in villages of 2,000 or more. 1 
Hilton. 

Whole number in villages of 1,000 or more. 3 
Gulph Mils, Milford, Madisonville. 

Whole number in villages of 500 or more. . 11 
Baleville, Carversville, Finesville, Hope, 
Johnsonburg, Locktown, Monroe, Sweet 
Valley, Tullytown, Vienna, Hopewell. 

Whole number in villages of 300 or less. . . 2 
Bridgeboro, Chapmantown. 

Bfew York Central 

Whole number of churches 10 

Whole number in country 7 

Whole number in villages of 300 or less. . . 3 
Lakemont. Lakeville, Plainville. 

Ne«' York Kastem 

Whole number of churches 40 

Whole number in country 12 

Whole number in cities of 25,000 or more. . 1 

Albany. 
Whole number in villages of 2,000 or more. 1 

St. Johnsville. 
Whole number in villages of 1,000 or more. 1 

Ravena. 
Whole number in villages of 500 or more. . 1 

Hartwick. 
Whole number in villages ocf less than 500. 24 
Alcove, Austerlitz, Barkersville, Bates, 
Charleston Four Corners, Cranberry Creek, 
Clove, East Cobleskill, Freehold, Laurens, 
Maryland, Medusa, Medway, Milan, Port- 
landville, Quak